All right, let's say that there is no God, and each man is free to exactly as he chooses. Well, what prevents you from murdering somebody? –Well, murder is immoral. –Immorality is subjective. –Yes, but subjectivity is objective. –Not in any rational scheme of perception. –Perception is irrational and implies immanence. –But judgment of any system, or a priori relation of phenomena, exists in any rational or metaphysical, or at least epistemological, contradiction to an abstracted empirical concept such as being, or to be, or to occur in the thing itself, or of the thing itself! –Yeah, I've said that many times.
You know, I'm glad to see that you're all fending off the holiday blues. This time of year is filled with arguments, suicides, murders. Yeah, I guess it's the seasonal happiness of others tends to throw a glaring light on the flaws in our own interpersonal relationships. But you see, of course, that's no problem for me: I'm alone. –Want to join us for some bird, Fraiser? –Could I?