Friday, 27 November 2015

Contra Hayek

'One might almost say that each individual thinks with his past.' (Hayek, 1920)

Be it Plato's plonk at some wonk Symposium
Or Parmenides' singular Ambrosium
All end at last thinking through their peers 
Or, in tears, drinking with their past

2 comments:

  1. What is the Sanskrit word for this thinking? Chintana or Manana?

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    1. Hi, sorry didn't see your comment. I would say 'vicharam'- as the other two words have soteriological connotations.

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