They say that freedom isn't free, but I say it's irrelevant. What does it matter how little or much a thing costs if it ain't even real? $20 for a flistineograph? Outrageous! I'll never pay.
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As a wise philosopher once said, "the only true act of will is suicide." Now, most people are not committed enough to freedom (autonomy; the assertion of the "mind" over itself, etc.) to go through with the one pure act of will possible. And I tend to think, at this moment, at least, that the people who do commit this act are not really expressing will, so much as yielding to the untidiness inside.
Freedom does not exist externally. You know this if you have lived in America or other countries (although I hear some of Europe is tryin' awfully hard). You are no doubt stifled and impeded in ways you no longer (or worse, never did) recognize on a daily basis.
I also don't believe in internal intellectual freedom. There are only so many places that have been touched in what could be a limitless expanse. But there ya are, putting food in your head and checking your phone, you poor Meat Sack.
Wake me up when we have evolved into unlimited consciousness clouds.
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