On Bullshit is just a sense of language, that makes both words different.
If the reader takes an intense desire for salvation as the primary criterion of religion, then Kafka is intoxicated with God.
Given historical materialism, in the end, is rooted in the contradiction between personal appropriation and the social production of surplus-value.
Lord of the Flies is pessimistic about human nature being permanently equal to good and evil.
Ultimately, Haruki Murakami uses metaphysics to dramatize the interactions between the physical world, both supernatural and scientific.
In tragedy, suffering does not presently honor as a goal to be pursued by humans or as an embodiment of the project.
Such refusal completes the narrative level of Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment with a refusal to work.
Truman Capote provides In Cold Blood as a book with such method of double reciprocal convergence.
If one believed in human goodness as one is only potential, one would be forced to confront the falsification of facts or end up in bitter disappointment.
“…conquer the enemy army without fighting head-to-head; capture enemy cities without heavy attacks; and destroy enemy countries without prolonged operations.”