[Foundation-l] Wikipedia is not the Karma Sutra, was Re: commons and freely licensed sexual imagery

Gerard Meijssen gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Thu May 14 13:58:41 UTC 2009

As there are people who care about this, would you please tone down a bit?
It does not matter what you believe or do not believe, you should respect
other people. Going on a tangent like this is not appropriate.

2009/5/14 Jussi-Ville Heiskanen <cimonavaro at gmail.com>

> Fred Bauder wrote:
> >> in case this is done, fyi the spelling runs:  KAMA SUTRA (not kaRma)
> >> very best,
> >> oscar
> >>
> >
> > Just a mistake Oscar, but Karma is indeed the issue. We need to do the
> > right thing.
> >
>  From a purely theological perspective, throwing these terms
> around like there is no tomorrow is way more complex than
> you seem to appreciate.
> The problem with "karma" and I hate the term, just as
> "rewards in the next life" which is even more odious in my
> view; is that they talk about effecting a change in future
> conditions for which there is no proven link.
> Surely the real reason for doing the right thing cannot
> be that it pleases whoever, but just because it is the
> right thing. I forget which of Plato's dialogues explored
> this theme, but really, just fuck the gods, fuck the
> consequences, and just do what is right.
> Yours,
> Jussi-Ville Heiskanen
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