"I have made only one mistake in my life, I should have burned Berlin!"
What did he mean by this?
He foresaw the future he had caused and how it would all lead up to the death of ten million Jews in the holocaust. He realized too late that if he razed Berlin when he had the chance, the shoah might have been prevented.
>claims only one regret
Fuck off you Corsican shit.
>mfw both J*sus and M*hammad were killed by based Jews
Mess with the best, die like the rest
>hear stories about rivers turning red with humans' blood
>read about the sacking of baghdad in 1258
>tigris turns blackish blue from the ink of books being thrown in
>libraries burned to the ground
>i feel my spine clench up
>mfw all those books lost forever
"Better for a hundred men to hold a hundred different incorrect opinions than for them all to hold the same correct opinion"
What is so bad about tabula rasa?
Let's settle this once and for all.
Is it just me or is the ad hominem fallacy deeply rooted in tabula rasa belief?
We describe historical figures in unflattering terms
>sperg obsessed with the crusades finally got his wish
>autistic who wanted to save Germany and his Aryan race but ended up an heroing like a pussy as every pretty white girl was gang raped by the Soviets.
>unemployed NEET who lived off his rich friend and did nothing but write about how people more successful then him are evil
>Pencil dicked slav with little man syndrome (5'3!), tries to scare western Chads, continuously fucks up and instead turns to crops
What the fuck was their problem?
Would it have been better if the central powers had won WW1?
Pretty sure there would be a second world war either way. You'd just have France all pissed off instead of Germany, and the Balkans would be no more stable than they were before, just even angrier, if anything.
What developments in politics would surprise, or hell disturb, disturb Plato/Aristotle?
if plato and aristotle were alive today, they would be surprised at the fact that the modern world has become secular and religious fundamentalism does not dictate the laws anymore. The execution of Socrates seems now but a farcry for democracy in the modern world has allowed for freedom of speech on religious matters. growing further apart?
What is the official Christian position on psychedelic drugs? Are there any taboos against it in the Bible?
As you treat the least of these, you treat the Lord. Sometimes you see self as lesser or least and don't consider to preserve your own health in a venture toward self-destruction. In this manner you are causing harm to self, harm to God's creation and harm to God. You really shouldn't do it, but we mess up in all manners of ways, so you probably will do it anyway. Once given the opportunity of forethought , however , a smart person who cares for self wouldn't do it, anyway. So it just becomes an...
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I don't think there's any specific verse in the bible that says don't do drugs, it mentions that drunkards won't go to heaven so it's fair to assume drug addicts would fall under that category.
I have some unusual world views. I would like to be able to call myself a member of some school of thought but I don't know where I fit. I would like to read some philosophy but I just don't know what I would enjoy, or what/who would tell me something I haven't already thought about.
If I have 0% belief in religion, am skeptical of everything, and despise the way my own generation acts, (y, 1993) what might I enjoy reading?
Could some kind patrician translate the following statements into Latin. Just tell me to fuck off back to >>>/wsr/ if this is unwanted content.
>Pain is pleasure.
>Conflict is pleasure.
>Epicureans are dirty, lazy, and inferior people.
Why are Mormons still defending this guy? Why are Mormons so ridiculous?