The ruin of thought?

Dec 25, 2011, 6:09 PM |

Joseph Priestly a philosopher from northern England in the year 1763 AD demonstrated the confusion in European philosophy by, in one of his teachings, saying that physical material contained a bit of organic spark.

This description fixed itself by saying that the soul was a lump of matterĀ and that the brain could usually repair itself, ideas that were in reference to the degenerate philosophy that it had reached during that year, and extended itself to today, in the year 2011. The latter assertion is confirmed by the absurd idea held by many today that reality depends on the chemical balance in the brain.

Certain people behave by taking drugs, acting as if this alone will improve reality. So Maya is permitted formally by drug because that behavior is understood to the exclusion of valid medical information about central nervous system damage.