We as subjects are bound up in the world, inseparable from its contents, and the world could never separate itself, nor could it ever be outside of us. In order that we stay within ourselves, that we tie ourselves down through reflection, we transpose our surroundings into that which we seem, and which we seem to ourselves, and through this transition into the natural attitude, we become like all others: crippled by destiny and damaged by causation. We allow our subjective selves to become internalized; to fall into the crevice of institutional edifices created through the desperate ranting’s of minds fomented by faith, religion, and hypocrisy.
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