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Normality and Deformity

Updated on May 24, 2016

Hypocrisy is not involuntary,
for, in truth, it
is voluntary.

Hypocrisy does not spring
from human involuntariness,
for, in truth, it springs
from human voluntariness.

Humans are not
involuntarily hypocritical;
they are
voluntarily hypocritical.

Humans do not involuntarily
possess hypocrisy;
they voluntarily
adopt hypocrisy.

Hypocrisy is not innate,
for, in truth, it
is learned.

Hypocrisy does not spring
from human innateness,
for, in truth, it springs
from human learnedness.

Humans are not
innately hypocritical;
they are
learnedly hypocritical.

Humans do not innately
possess hypocrisy;
they learnedly
adopt hypocrisy.

Hypocrisy, for people,
is involuntary,
is innate.

Thus, hypocrisy
is regarded
as normality.

However, hypocrisy,
in truth, is voluntary,
is learned.

Thus,
hypocrisy
is deformity.


Normality and Deformity
Ae Clane

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