Tuesday, March 31, 2015
What's the Best Way for a Brutal Dictatorship to Have US Lift Restrictions on Military Aid? Join a Coalition Headed by Monarchy to Bomb a Poor Nation
Thursday, March 26, 2015
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Friday, March 06, 2015
" As in the System der Sittlichkeit and in the Phenomenology of Spirit, Hegel shows that, on the one hand, the standpoint of subjective morality arises out of bourgeois property relations, and on the other hand, that the standpoint can equally justify immoral as well as moral acts. It is utterly self-contradictory. The natural will defines itself in a number of ways, as 'good intention' or in relation to the 'welfare' of others. These definitions separate the motive from the deed, and, as a result, responsibility for the consequences of any deed can be avoided on the grounds that it was intended to serve the welfare of others, and hence had a good intention. In this way acting in one's own interests and any crime can be morally justified."
--- Gillian Rose, Hegel Contra Sociology, Ch. 2, Politics in the Severe Style.
(Exposes bomb cratered roads of "good intention" created by "Welfare States" and their "Humanitarian Interventions".)