Human Perfection ( The Perfect Human)

Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by Aleem Tariq, Jun 15, 2012.

  1. Karakoran Well-Known Member

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    I think you have no concept of what it's like to work at a job. It's not like you'll kneel over and die as soon as you don a supermarket vest.
  2. Mobmaster Is Ozan

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    I'm saying if that was my life's prospect i'd be depressed, simply because i know i can do more
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    Doing menial tasks like sweeping and cleaning gives you alot of time to think, and that is why the janitors in the movies are so wise.[IMG]
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    I do agree, but the problem is the frustration and boredom of not being able to apply your thougts, wich leads to insanity in these same janitors
  5. Kali The World's Best Communist

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    Holy shit, Mobmaster, how can you say shit like this:
    and then go and spout something like this:
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  6. Mobmaster Is Ozan

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    I do not see it :/

    But its very simple consistently not sleeping makes you slip up... Wich is probably why i still dont notice it...
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    Isn't that Don Quichot, and not Gulliver's Travels?
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    Can we get back on topic berfore the thread derails. Human perfection is liveing life in hormony with the universe and your fellow human.
  9. UtterlyImpeccable Well-Known Member

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    I don't know what else to say, other than I would point blank refuse if someone tried to make me work in a factory, or as a cleaner, all my life.
    I also think I would be rather bad at it.
    I can't help thinking many people must share my views.
  10. Melanthropist Well-Known Member

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    I'm sure if your life depended on it you would.
  11. UtterlyImpeccable Well-Known Member

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    Who said my life depended on it?
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    Getting a menial job is not the worst thing that could happen compared to whag most the people of the world go through every day.
  13. UtterlyImpeccable Well-Known Member

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    I know, I'm very grateful for the privelage I enjoy. I'm simply disagreeing with Kara that all menial jobs are easy and intelligent people could do them just fine, without feeling their talents were being wasted.
  14. Melanthropist Well-Known Member

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    I said "if".
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    Well, yes, I probably would. But I wouldn't be happy about it.
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    Back to a different toppic. People of religion(aka christians and muslims) want to stop human progress and bring us back to the stone age. The ancient Greeks,middle eastren people and Romens were talking about stuff that was not talked about till the renaissance. Guess who messed it all up, that's right Christians and Muslims. Look how they act now. They are holding us back. They are ruining the world all for there magic sky wizard. They have done nothing but cause suffering.
  17. Melanthropist Well-Known Member

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    That's retarded.
  18. BattalionOfRed Mr. Fred Battaliono

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    Thank you for posting.
  19. Melanthropist Well-Known Member

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    I'm tired, but I said that with the understanding that he'd likely ask me to explain myself.
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    How so good sir...

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