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|HYPOCHONDRIAC HYPOCRISY A hypochondriac is a sick woman whose |
affliction is a healthy imagination. A hypochondriac always ... us thank heaven for
hypocrisy. -Aldous Huxley Never to talk about yourself is a refined form of
|And then, only by considering the truth, not lies, you learn to reason, you learn |
more about yourself. Well, are you the ... It is a subconscious form of hypocrisy.
Did you just drive your car ... out there, yet, you never talk about them, being
worried not to lose your place among your friends and colleagues? Do you see
now how ...
|B. Hypocrisy as Inconsistency Those who deny that deception is essential to |
hypocrisy generally offer an account of ... inconsistency to be the essence of
hypocrisy, saying, "Hypocrites don't walk their talk: they profess one thing and do
another. ... of hypocrisy that allows Hurka to claim of hypocrisy that "its common
forms aren't that terrible, and it's never that morally ... They define this as "the
uttering of some overriding moral requirement that does apply to oneself and
then failing to live ...
|Once she said, 'I am supposed to be able to talk to my mother since my father |
moved out. ... During our work together Nora wrote a letter to her mother which
unfortunately she never sent: You won't believe me, but I don't really care that
much whether you live with Dad or the other ... What makes me so ill is your
|Please watch, go into this yourself with me a little bit. There is ... The ideal is |
nonreal, it has no meaning, it only leads to various forms of hypocrisy. Being
violent ... For he'll take many years or perhaps never be without violence.
Therefore he ...
|knowing that any projection by thought, any form of illusion, is still within the field |
of time, hence of knowledge. ... First, you have to be watchful never to deceive
yourself under any circumstances, never to ... mind which brings about this
deception and hypocrisy, this double-talk, the various illusions and neurotic
|Tell me of anyone you know, saved or not, who is incapable of hypocrisy—|
besides yourself, that is. ... Now, let's not allow religious-talk to eat away the lunch
break—pun intended. ... Never had he met anyone before who mocked salvation.
|If anyone acts like this, then this person is a hypocrite; favors done to me by |
others are considered genuine as something ... talked about in that if one thing is
true to one, then it is also true to others, and if one wants fair treatment of oneself
by others, then one should treat others fairly. ... Without knowing what the
problem is, one wouldn't even know there is a problem; therefore, one will never
correct the ...
|It's not fair, I never had to go to school before. H'lane didn't make me. Just pull |
yourself together, your self-pity is disgusting. It's not self-pity, I say, it's not. It's not
fair, none of you are fair, H'lane and she cuts me off saying we're not talking