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Filosophy of Phishing 38


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Thus we see that it may readily happen, that a man may easily think too highly of his fishing prowess, or a loved fishing rod, and, contrariwise, too meanly of a golf club. This feeling is called pride, in reference to the man who thinks too highly of himself, and is a species of madness, wherein a man DREAMS WITH HIS EYES OPEN, thinking that he can catch any fish that fall within the scope of his conception, and thereupon accounting this real, and exulting in this, so long as he is unable to conceive anything which excludes its existence, and determines his own power of action.

 

Baruch Spinoza

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