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Newtonian Ethics

I find it amusing when a person tells me he bases his ethics on Darwin's theories. I think I will start going around pushing these people off cliffs to more thoroughly affirm Newton's. Darwin's theories are no more germane to the question of life than Newton's, and I even believe the latter would be the lesser of the two logical unscruples, as some people would certainly be improved by rapid negative acceleration, but none have ever been improved by emulating a machine.

1 comment:

Dwielz Camauf Descartes said...

Very well written and funny. You should write longer things like that though. I'm going to post something related to this pretty soon; about the fallacious jump from what is (a statement about reality which includes scientific theories) to what ought to be.