Modern Romanticism

The aspect of romance, divided between the heartening and the thoughtful.

Words of Wisdom – “The Detail that Science Misinterprets” – Philosophy on Psychology – 10/9/2019

October 9, 2019

“Everyone finds themselves to be an observer as a scientist, or as a philosopher. In this singular state, we stare at those around us. Each ‘scientific discovery’ only flows our attentions to the next one, upon the next, because we fail to throw our attentions upon the possibility of an eternity. An eternal attention, that is. It is also because each previous discovery has merely proven to be ‘obsolete’. To make a friendship, to make a romance, however, is to create the eternity that science continually rejects has any meaning. Scientists are bold enough to reach for the impossible, though are moronic enough to never see that the possible is what humans cling upon, because it doesn’t require ambition to create companionship. It requires mere submission.”


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