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Movie Quote - Yvonne - Munich

Marcuse says Hegel's "Philosophy of Right" does not assign a moral category to "wrong".

Free will inevitably causes wrong. That's written by Marx. The blind anarchy of capitalism.

You have to be prepared to reconsider right and wrong.

Because basically those are just terms that express a horrible struggle, parts of an equation of pure dialectic.
yanene yanene 36-40, F 3 Responses May 21, 2012

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All the philosophers and a their truths are not worth one strand of a woman's hair.

Ahh the romantic, how I love thee :)

This one always gets me into trouble... My philosophy is "if you aren't doing something that hurts another, then I don't have a problem with it". The reason it gets me into trouble is people add far more caveats than I do - such as promiscuity being wrong, or being gay, etc. <br />
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I have the luxury of never having had to fight in a war. I imagine it's a problem of choosing the lesser evil.. assuming one has enough information to make that choice. It is a tremendous burden and I am so thankful it is not mine to bear. I can't even imagine it...

I struggled with that type of thing a lot in my military experience. Things a rarely black and white, especially in a conflict of mortality/morality and duty.

Yes exactly!