Friday, January 20, 2017

"...creative morality..."

"The camps are meant not only to exterminate people and degrade human beings, but also serve as the ghastly experiment of eliminating, under scientifically controlled conditions, spontaneity itself as an expression of human behavior and of transforming the human personality into a mere thing, into something that even animals are not; for Pavlov’s dog, which, as we know, was trained to eat not when it was hungry but when a bell ring, was a perverted animal."
Hannah Arendt's ,Totalitarianism, part three of the origins of totalitarianism, p 136
"...experiments which involve the production of disease by the doctor
 so that the disease can then be studied...."
 Human Guinea pigs, Sir Maurice Pappworth, 1967
"...the induction and experience of fear ...Damasio AR....We define fear induction as the exposure to stimuli capable of triggering a state of fear.....To further investigate SM’s emotional experiences in everyday life, ...captures emotional experiences in real-time as they unfold in the subject’s natural environment... 
in another woman who underwent right amygdalohippocampectomy to control severe epilepsy.

"DAMASIO...reactivou o papel de investigação do serviço de neurologia do hospital de santa maria.."
"Damasio AR...adults with previously normal personalities develop abnormal social conduct....linked to punishment and reward...An investigation of this theory in patients with...elementary unconditioned stimuli (e.g. a loud noise) produce...responses..."

"Morality is independent of all sanctions, is superior to REWARD and PUNISHMENTS...
 Morality is foresight, but it is only among the elect that the latter is developed to such a pitch that it
is possible to form images of the consequences of action and abstention sufficiently clear and definite
to exercise a restraining or encouraging influence.

The average man can act morally without first working out a clear picture of the future. It is enough
that he has been trained to the habit of respecting current precepts, and of accepting the views obtaining in his circle as to what is good or bad, what is admissible or inadmissible. This morality, of course, is merely a matter of drill or training; it is unthinking automatism ; it is inferior, and not to be compared with the living, creative morality of higher natures, which, as a sovereign law-giver, comes to an independent decision in every case and, like the guardian...

But for everyday use mechanical morality may suffice. In the uneventful existence of the
average man, which passes in a stereotyped way, this mechanical morality is an acceptable guide and
counsellor, but it remains an outside influence foreign to his inner consciousness; he is glad to deceive and outwit it, as a slave does his master's bailiff if he can do so without running the risk of a thrashing; but if his destiny unexpectedly rises above its accustomed dead level, then this dogmatic morality, which he has never really assimilated, leaves him in the lurch, and mournfully, in piteous tones, he utters the well- known cry, " It is easy to do one's duty; it is difficult to know where one's duty lies.
...Respect for the personality of others, which is the feeling from which the concept of Right and Duty emanates, seems to be a late and noble product of Morality and a particularly praiseworthy victory of prescient intelligence over selfishness. "
Morals and the evolution of man, Max Nordau

Monday, January 16, 2017

"...all we have, and all we are..."


"Psychiatrists nevertheless exploited shock to destroy individual personality...In 1942, Lucini Bini, a colleague of Cerletti’s, suggested repetitive use of electric shock daily for certain patients, calling his procedure annihilation therapy” ...

"Freedom of the freedom of an individual to hold or consider a fact, viewpoint, or thought, independent of others' viewpoints...a vital part of international human rights law...."

 Dad's Army S1 E1 "The Man and The Hour"

Friday, January 13, 2017

"Man alone with himself"

"...thus, the capacity to be alone is one aspect of an inner security which has been built over the early years...I am trying to justify the paradox that the capacity to be alone is based on the experience of
being alone in the presence of someone..."  
 Anthony Storr, Solitude
"Some people are so used to solitude with themselves that they never compare themselves to others but spin forth their monologue of a life in a calm, joyous mood, holding good conversations with themselves, even laughing....How seldom do we now meet a person who can keep living so peacefully and cheerfully with himself even amidst the turmoil, saying to himself like Goethe: "The best is the deep quiet in which I live and grow ... and harvest what they cannot take from me by fire or sword...."'                                                             
                                                                   Friedrich Nietzsche - Man alone with himself

Thursday, January 12, 2017

"Lever duad as Slav "

"Damasio AR..
adults with previously normal personalities develop abnormal social conduct....
The physiopathology of this disorder is an enigma. We propose...punishment and reward...An investigation of this theory in patients ..stimuli (loud noise) ..."

"...experiments which involve the production of disease by the doctor
 so that the disease can then be studied...."
 Human Guinea pigs, Sir Maurice Pappworth, 1967 

" the people...Who will not be slaves again!...
Will you join in our crusade?
Who will be strong and stand with me?"
Les Miserables - Do You Hear The People Sing? 
" My wrong will be avenged, if not by me, then by another,
 if not on you, then on your children.
Remember! The greed in your breasts has harrowed the people with iron claws. You have sowed malice; don't expect mercy!”..."
Mother, by Maxim Gorky
"Whoever sheds the blood of man, by man shall his blood be shed..." G. 9.6.

Saturday, January 7, 2017

World Wide Web...

"The "World Teacher"...
The mission of these reputedly regularly appearing emissaries is to practically translate, in a way and language understood by contemporary humanity, the knowledge required to propel it to a higher evolutionary stage..."
"The World Wide Web ...
is an information space where documents and other web resources ... can be accessed via the Internet..."
"A dwarf standing on the shoulders of a giant
may see farther than a giant himself."

Slavery, the multinational corporation

"She could not understand...had they never met any virtuous women...
Had they really passed their lives entirely among
 immoral women."
  The Book of the City of Ladies, c. Pisan
"Slaves in the Imperial Harem....females who were sold as sex slaves in the Ottoman Empire."

"...the endocrine classification of the human race applied to children, will here yield a harvest to the educator we can influence sex susceptibility and the reaction to sex stimulation...."The Glands Regulating Personality by Louis Berman, 1921

"...A plea was launched....a programme could be rolled out for the whole population, the chance of this, however, barahona fernandes admitted was it was in barahona´s interpretation on endocrinological understandings of human behaviour"

"...Turkey, from whose shores hundreds of thousands of refugees set off last year on their journey to Europe..."

"... one of the largest brothels in Germany...a four-story building complete with a pool, three saunas, two cinemas, and with room for up to 70 prostitutes and 600 customers ...Artemis was created by the Turkish businessman Haki Simsek..."

    "Top 10 e-Learning Tips to Transfer Knowledge From Theory to Practice...
    courses that allow learners to transition knowledge from theory to practice."

    "Turkey: Telepathy could have been used to compel" slaves???
"...a technique that could record evoked potentials in the spinal cord and the brain, in response to rectal stimulation.  "

 "Scientists have developed a crude form of telepathy in animals by enabling a pair of rats to pass instructions using only their mind....The team from Duke University in North Carolina said: 'As far as we can tell, these findings demonstrate for the first time that a direct channel for behavioural information exchange can be established between two animals' brains without the use of the animal's regular forms of communication.

"We...are faced with a capital question:
What shall we do with these uninvited guests who suddenly installed themselves in this country,
or rather, with these evil parasites who are both thieves and assassins?
Can we exterminate them just as, for instance, bedbugs are killed?
This would be the simplest and handliest way of getting rid of them..."
Philosophic Physiology: The Hospital, the Koran, the Talmud, the Kahal and Freemasonry, Nicolae Constantin Paulescu
 "He urges Vlad to return from the grave and to
annihilate the enemies of the...nation... as a hero fighting against ...strigoi (vampires) "