After the Illness the Remedy

 

 

A man who had spent much too much time examining fthe ultimate nature of realityt comes to the conclusion that if a statement is not, in principle, verifiable it was to be classified as meaningless. Shortly thereafter he encounters the Enclitic Copula which causes him to understand that no statement can truly be objective and so abandons his previous premise. Thereafter, he spends the remaining years of his now infamous life tracking down the cloven hooves of the Anti-God in order to prove his now famous proposition that the demon is^the cause of all earthly ills. The populace, finding this to their disliking, rises up and smites him down with pitchforks and bludgeons. His dying words: “I have pronounced heresy and I am a heretic.

 

 

5.11 (III) (25:28) #452

 

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