Unfinished

Moral regulation must lead to the accumulation of unfinished situations in our system and to interruption of the organismic cycle.

Fritz Perls in Ego, Hunger, and Aggression

Morality is blockage: a needed and useful obstruction, for societies need agreed-upon procedures. Morality governs whose procedures. Even the most libertine keep a background ethic, however perverse it might seem to others. Here, we all face a problem, a negotiation between what we and others want and need. Through this procedure, we are always deferred, unfinished.

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