Philip K. Dick

Philip K. Dick from Core Webworks

By: Core Webworks  21-03-2015
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The invasion of one person's world with another person's world: If I invade your world, you will probably sense something alien entering your world. Because my world is different from yours. And if you are strong, you will fight it. You must, you should fight it. But we don't, because a lot of it is subtle. We have mere intimations that we're being psychologically invaded, it's hard to determine where it's coming from, and it comes from authority figures in general. By definition, anyone who can impinge on your world, and deform it, and insert into your value system their view of you, is an authority figure. It's a menace to your psychological and moral integrity. Core webworks provides you with the tools to attack the root of evil and defend what makes life worth living.

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