… “Research!” proclaims Wen, triumphantly.
“If you insist,” but this is a form of research too. The Greeks called it dialectic… three, six, nine… lots of maybe’s, lots of supposes.”
“So, why should transcendence be considered the be all and end all?”
“I don’t know, why should transcendence be considered the be all and end all?”
“Well, it has to do with the outer, and hierarchy, and objectivity.”
“None of which are intrinsically unsound concepts.”
“Until they are regarded as ends in themselves and not as integral parts of process and cycle. I like his hair.”