Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Empathy and Compassion: Sentiments of Heart

"Until in anger he
And his cheeks are flushed with shame,
Unholy every note of his song."
- Friedrich Holderlin

Each of us in our own way is shut off from Sympathy, by virtue of our having been estranged from that which is closest to our core senses, one is torn in the alienation of having become.  And yet, the bound meaning of world and morals renders void an indominable sense of kinship.

The clown of the corporeal etherealizations, "heaven on earth" ethic and posture, remain even until tomorrow the unbecoming anti-natural inclinations inherent in love as an interlude between lust, happiness, and the mortal coil.  One would observse such inclinations in the animal kingdom.

We always understand in a direct, basic sense what the apprehension of subjective selfhood entombs as our objective worldliness.  If you have no television, the idea of subjective selfhood seems agape in it's obtrusive ideological candor.  The esotericism entrenched in neo-pragmatism makes it's own limits explicit in lasting absolute obscenity.

This obscene alienation is the heart of Sympathy, Empathy and Compassion.

Post-Deconstructionism posits that for-the-sake-of this is meant that of God's mercy, and should one posit anything whatsoever regarding this Enlightenment-Era constitution, need nothing remain posture nor recompense.  The need of being-alongside-others is made concrete in the formulations of the classical-as-such.  The necessity to be-for-others makes concrete the drive for classical "Rights".

For the only regress of an intolerable hatred for tolerance-as-such is in a kind of trace.  The trace of worldhood, as an entity, making explicit the worldliness of a totality-of-tools.  The ready-to-hand makes itself known to us in light of ontical-ontological priority.  What is a service, lest it be in the name of priority?

Let's go to another point of recompense.

That of the delimiting of dasein in the world.
The limits of dasein.

The limit of knowledge is merely that which makes itself known in the immediate.

Everyday dasein is that which is true.  Alienation, the fixture of servitude and malice.  Thinking beyond self...

The limits remain.

The easy way out remains beyond, in fact, the limitations of delimiting.

From "Variations on the Devil"

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