Re: virus: Axioms

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Fri, 21 Mar 1997 20:13:57 -0800

Robin wrote:
>Tadeusz Niwinski wrote:
>>Robin Faichney wrote:
>>>Of course, the insistence that people see "it" for themselves
>>>contradicts the Objectivist characterisation, but I'm sure that
>>>Objectivism's immune system is effective against memes
>>>such as that.
>>How can people see "it" for themselves if they start with axiom 4
>>(the Buddhism is how to do it) ?
>Perhaps no 4 is not an axiom.
>What it is, is a set of guidelines which, if followed, enable you to
>see the truth for yourself. Come to think of it, it is definitely not an
>axiom, but rather the means by which the validity of the 3 previous
>"Noble Truths", which are axioms, can be demonstrated. (That
>life generally is full of dissatisfaction, why that is so, and that
>something can be done about it.) Sorry for my thoughtless
>presentation of all 4 as axioms.

The axiom "life generally is full of dissatisfaction" invites some
guru/religion/expert/consultant to offer you a solution.

You know, of course, that TeTa is the best solution. It's not an axiom.
TeTa enables you to see the truth for yourself. Come.

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159