Excerpt – Chapter 38 – “Taboo Words – A Ban on Individualism” – 10/26/2021

“If words, ever being remembered, are banned, such are truthful. It is not what is factual that is ever considered taboo, though what inspires human curiosity or further thought upon the subject. To this, the idea to believe that words, on their own, are violent, is the mere promotion that individualism should be suppressed. It is to mean that truth should be suppressed, so that human will or the need for one to think without being told what to think is never a consideration among the normative collective. A collective requires itself to be used, though never for the sake of truth.”

– Modern Romanticism

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