Sentences which simply express moral judgements do not say anything. Theyare pure expressions of feeling and as such donot come under the categoryof truth and falsehood.
Estou farto do lirismo comedido Do lirismo bem comportado Do lirismo funciona rio p u blico com livro de ponto expediente protocolo e manifesta c° o es de apre c° o ao Sr Diretor. Estou farto do lirismo que pa ra e vai averiguar no diciona rio o cunho verna culo de um voca bulo. Abaixo os puristas I'm sick of cautious lyricism of well-behaved lyricism of a civil servant lyricism complete with time card office hours set procedures and expressions of esteem for Mr Boss, Sir. I'm sick of the lyricism that has to stop in midstream to look up the precise meaning of a word. Down with purists!
It is only in science, I find, that we can get outside ourselves. It's realistic, and to a great degree verifiable, and it has this tremendous stage on which it plays. I have the same feelingto a certain degreeabout some religious expressionsbut only to a certain degree. For me, the proper study of mankind is science, which also means that the proper study of mankind is man.