Should a biography ever be written about my largely insignificant and unaccomplished life, a possible title could be:
"Tom Romer, the Well-Fair Philosopher."
"Those freaks were right when they said you was dead."I am not saying literalism as opposed to more metaphorical understanding is necessarily wrong or at fault but it is reflective of a conscious or subconscious interpretative choice in evaluating information and data.
"In every job that must be done, there is an element of fun. You find the fun and hop, the job's a game!"However it might be that my definition of work is too wide if one should be of the more puritannical opinion that work always denotes an activity that has to be done, whether for monetary reasons, keeping on top of chores of even because of creative fever, regardless of whether you want to or not.
"Hi I'm Evil and I'm going to make you suffer for my own benefit."It is therefore logical that power should in fact operate in secrecy and concealment, or even through mass mind control and deception, as American conspiracy researcher Jim Marrs understood in writing a book entitled Rule by Secrecy.
"Being at all costs."It remains to be seen whether a categorical return to amoral evaluations is a sensible idea and whether this might not simply lead to rampant social darwinism and political neo-feudalism with human misery on a mass scale as their direct consequence.
"Such as we are made of, such we be." - ShakespeareA basic tenet of Aristotelian philosophy is that all beings act in accordance with their nature.
"a system of economics in which production is based on profit for those who control the capital." (Carroll Quigley)In other words, the common good or the welfare of customers is not, despite what corporations claim, their priority but rather the profit to be made from them buying their service or product, even and especially when there is a lack of practicable alternatives due to the formation of private cartels and monopolies.