Re: virus: Project #1: Virus Maxims

davis (
Tue, 29 Aug 1995 20:18:13 -0400 (EDT)

On Tue, 29 Aug 1995, David McFadzean wrote:

> At 09:37 AM 8/29/95 -0400, davis wrote:
> >"Do what you wilt shall be the whole of the Law"
> This seems like a tautology to me. Unless you are being physically
> forced, you always to what you want, given the circumstances,
> your assumptions, values and predictions. When someone says that
> they are not doing what they want, it is because they are making
> a difficult tradeoff between two courses of action, choosing the
> lesser of two evils. But they still choose to do what they do.

Exactly the point, action implies a respocibility for the
action and it's meaning. Here i use the NLP assignment for the word
meaning - e.g. The meaning of an action is the responce it generates.

The tougher part of the "Law of Thelema" is the second line-

"Love is the Law; Love under will."

Crowley wrote reams on the relation of Love Law and Will, and did indepth
phenomenologic analysis on their "meanings". Not being a Thelemite
myself the analyses of the phrase are eligant and intriguing, but what
they "mean" in the universe is all thought and little action.

Your thoughts?


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