Published on 16 Oct 2011
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The myth of progress
The myth of perfection
A soul is connected to transcendental certitude
Google-ing equivalent to praying in the 20th century
Requires no faith
Advertising replaces sacred scripture
Always targeting “you”
Reality shows mimic transcendental certitude
Must always have a winner, and have others voted off
All about judging; there is no transcendental judging now
GPA also mimics transcendental certitude
When we were born, we are tested right away with the APGAR test
We need faith whether we have a religion or not
Nietzsche – behind morality is a need for privileges
Freud – behind consciousness is the unconsciousness
Darwin – theory of evolution
Marx – relationships
We are worthwhile because other people think we are
Relation b/w self and other has become “vampiric”
Scientific discourse
More concerned with what we can do with machines than faith
The arc first before us (2 triangles connected by an arc)
Go from worth to price
What you pay is not what something is worth
Dorian Grey
Dorian Grey is really charming
Mistakes
Due to him being very young
Lord Henry is a father figure to him, and misguide/fail him
Basil looks backward in life, Henry looks forward in life
Dorian chooses to show Basil the portrait first before Henry
Basil loves to paint Dorian Grey because he looks good
Dorian’s mom
Aristocratic class
Fell in love with a soldier
Grandfather murdered his father (son in law) in a duel
Hired an expert dueler
Died soon after due to grief
Grandfather
Dislikes Dorian, reminds him of his daughter
Wanted only to kill his son in law
Dorian spent most of his time upstairs in the play room
This is the room where he puts the painting
People associate themselves with Dorian due to his looks
Dorian becomes “a vampire”
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The myth of perfection: a soul is connected to transcendental certitude. Google-ing equivalent to praying in the 20th century. Requires no faith: advertising replaces sacred scripture. Always targeting you : reality shows mimic transcendental certitude. Must always have a winner, and have others voted off. Relation b/w self and other has become vampiric : scientific discourse. More concerned with what we can do with machines than faith: the arc first before us (2 triangles connected by an arc, go from worth to price. What you pay is not what something is worth. Dorian grey: dorian grey is really charming, mistakes. Lord henry is a father figure to him, and misguide/fail him. Basil looks backward in life, henry looks forward in life: dorian chooses to show basil the portrait first before henry, basil loves to paint dorian grey because he looks good, dorian"s mom. Grandfather murdered his father (son in law) in a duel. Died soon after due to grief: grandfather.

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