Monday, 22 September 2014

The Beast Within and the Philosophical Perception of Consciousness within the Kitchen Environment

I've got your back Jams.

"What does man actually know about himself? Is he, indeed, ever able to perceive himself completely, as if laid out in a lighted display case? Does nature not conceal most things from him — even concerning his own body — in order to confine and lock him within a proud, deceptive consciousness, aloof from the coils of the bowels, the rapid flow of the blood stream, and the intricate quivering of the fibers! She threw away the key."
― Friedrich Nietzsche.

"How do you know but every bird that cuts the airy way, is an immense world of delight, closed by your senses five?"
"Seest thou the little winged fly, smaller than a grain of sand?
It has a heart like thee, a brain open to heaven and hell,
Withinside wondrous and expansive; its gates are not closed;
I hope thine are not."
- William Blake

You're damn right I've got your back Jams - yes, my milkshake brings all the boys to the yard and I'm watching your back for you, son.

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