(urth) Like a good Neighbor
dstockhoff at verizon.net
Sun Nov 20 15:25:11 PST 2011
On 11/20/2011 10:46 AM, Marc Aramini wrote:
> --- On Sun, 11/20/11, David Stockhoff<dstockhoff at verizon.net> wrote:
>> I agree. You're missing your own point. Fairies are
>> notoriously amoral and, as you say, limited in their powers.
>> Why expect the Neighbors to be perfectly moral and powerful?
>> When are fairies ever that?
> Okay, I have to step in here. I don't think they are entirely fairies in that they are the "next step of man" toward the hierogrammate evolution, so putting a primitive amorality on them is not consistent with their "outside and beyond" reality presence in the case of short sun, where the vanished gods watch the eucharist scene and where the Outsider's will is being done. Just my 2 cents, though I do think the destruction of man is implicit in Horn's deal with Neighbor Horn.
That ought to count as amorality right there, although no one said it
was "primitive." Even if they ARE being moral, why should we understand
their morality? They are aliens after all.
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