The Politics of Reincarnation – or why the theme’s so seldom seen in PC lit. fiction


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1 Response to The Politics of Reincarnation – or why the theme’s so seldom seen in PC lit. fiction

  1. michaeljalan says:

    Well put as usual. I agree that life is ungraspably complex — both at the planetary web and lying alone in bed levels. The arrogant leap we make from understanding how a stick might move a rock to assuming we can squeeze the secrets of the cosmos into our tiny little brains never fails to amaze me. If we don’t immolate ourselves first I suspect we’ll some day come to recognize that one of the most powerful religions in mankind’s evolution was started by the likes of Newton and Galileo with mathematics as their holy catechism. What I believe science fails to understand is that if human satisfaction is the universe we care about measurements must be made in smiles and tears rather than meters and grams. — Michael J. Alan

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