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'you're together; but in an establishment way, society's way. you're a product of your environment, not really educated'.
'what is together, what does that mean'?
'the same as normal, like Gandhi, or Jesus, or Marx. It doesn't really matter, religious or not, but you've got to be a Materialist. Like, everything is made of matter. Nature, so desire, need, instinct, reflex are normal, the good.
I'm an Anarchist. There is no morality. Everything is matter, desire, instinct; that is the Substance. You can do whatever you want to do, you just can't leave the Substance.
if you become abstract and disciplined, then you're not relying on desire, but have left the Substance. you've departed from Nature, and become inauthentic or dishonest.
you've become a moralist. You're judging. It's like Jesus, you're supposed to stay in touch with your human nature, your desires, your body , and real feelings; and not depart from them. You're not to judge or condemn.
this is Materialism, desire; the same as scientific socialism. Marx.'