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Western Civilization II

by: Marco Waelchi DVM

Western Civilization II HWC 205

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Marco Waelchi DVM
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Michael Jeter-Boldt

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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Marco Waelchi DVM on Monday September 7, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HWC 205 at Kansas taught by Michael Jeter-Boldt in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see /class/182439/hwc-205-kansas in Humanities & Western Civ at Kansas.


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Date Created: 09/07/15
HWC 205 10202010 Quotes Winter Notes on Summer Impressions 1863 And after all though he is beaten when he is free though he has no work though he dies of hunger and has no freedom at all the queer fellow still prefers his freedom Of course all the socialist can do is throw up his hands and tell him that hes a fool ant hill Huxley A Brave New World Our Ford himself did a great deal to shift the emphasis from truth and beauty to comfort and happiness Mass production demanded the shift Unversal happiness keeps the wheels steadily turning truth and beauty can39t and ofr course wheneever the masses seized political power then it was happiness rather than truth and beatuy that mattered Still in spite of everything unrestricted scientific research was still permitted People still went on talking about truth and beauty The Critique of Enlightened SelfInterest Oh tell me who first announced who was the first to proclaim he would start doing good 20 What is to be done with the millions of facts testifying So then this stubbornness and willfulness were really more agreeable than any profit 2021 Profit What is pro t what is bad for himself and not what is profitable 21 One39s own free and voluntary wanting Man needs only independent wanting whatever this independence may cost and wherever it may lea 2526 Who wants to want according to a little table If not a spring in an organ barrel 26 You see reason gentlemen is a fine thing that is unquestionable Still it is life and not just the extraction of a square root 28 Reason knows only what it has managed to learn consciously and unconsciously and though it lies it still lives 28 But wanting is very often and even for the most part is useful and sometimes even praiseworthy 29 I believe in this I will answer for this because the whole human enterprise seems indeed to consist in man s proving to himself every moment that he is a man and not a spring 31 The Critique of Civilization and Utopias all these beautiful systems all these theories that explain to mankind its true becomes less bloodthirsty and less capable of war 2223 Why look around you blood is owing in rivers and in such a jolly way besides What is it that civilization softens in us 23 Civilization cultivates only a versatility of sensations in man and to whom the various Attilas and Stenka Razins sometimes could not hold a candle 23 You believe in a crystal edifice forever indestructible and it will be impossible to put out one s tongue at it even on the sly 35 Destroy my desires wipe out my ideals my entire arrangement is a hoax Can that be the purpose I don39t believe it 3637


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