[Milton-L] Milton's grave Ps and a note back to deleuze and
jrovira at drew.edu
Mon Apr 26 00:37:19 EDT 2004
That's possibly one of the most facile stereotypes I've ever
heard...wonderfully common, though, so people routinely get away with
Wonderful how history is suddenly so lacking in...nuance. Detail.
Where I was coming from, though, was that the idea of "justification" is
so laden with religious background that by appealing to it in a critique
of religion simply reinforces religion. Religion has provided the moral
basis for our critique of religion.
Carrol Cox wrote:
>James Rovira wrote:
>>Ha...if you acknowledge the language of justification you introduce the
>>concept of Deity.
>Not really. The _concept_ of deity, grounded in and enforced by ruling
>powers, has resulted in millions of deaths and untold human misery.
>Justifications of those deaths and that misery take the form of
>justifications of an alleged deity.
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