All My Friends Are Still Dead (All my friends..., Book 2) by Jory John, Avery Monsen

By Jory John, Avery Monsen

From the authors of the breakout most sensible vendor All my acquaintances are dead (more than 100,000 copies offered) comes a brand-new illustrated compendium of the funny existential ruminations of individuals, animals, mythical monsters, and inanimate gadgets.

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49 Thus, “nonsense” as an accusation suggests useless language, language which bears no relationship to reality and, as an accusation, one which renders the speaker impotent (unlike “lies” which alerts one to the dangers of the liar) as if the speaker were a fool (εὐήθης) or insane (μαινόμενος). There is a rather vague middle ground of falsehood which should be noted – not outright lies but not exactly nonsense either. Here one can locate alazoneia, phenakismos, and recall Max Black’s “a deceptive misrepresentation, short of lying” (“humbug”)50 or Harry Frankfurt’s distinction of a falsehood which misrepresents neither the “state of affairs .

30 One who is persuaded by a lie is presumably acting no longer to his own advantage but to that of the liar. The pejorative force of diabolē, apatē, etc. lies precisely in that extra-linguistic danger. But what is the pejorative force of calling the statement “the Spartans discovered the best life” nonsense? A clue may be found in how Isocrates continues: εἰ δὲ σὺ μὲν φλυαρῶν τυγχάνεις . . οὐκ ἔστιν ὅπως οὐ μαίνεσθαι δόξεις ἅπασι τοῖς ἀκούσασιν, οὕτως εἰκῇ καὶ παρανόμως οὓς ἂν τύχῃς ἐπαινῶν. “But if you happen to be speaking nonsense .

Phluarein (just as lērein)35 must be indicating a sort of delirium,36 and, as such, the word often arises alongside weakness of the body (καὶ δυσθενεῖ καὶ φλυηρέει, Morb. 5; καὶ φλυηρέει ἐνίοτε, καὶ οὐ δύναται ἑωυτὸν κατέχειν, Morb. 6) as though weakness of the body (δυσθενεῖ) and weakness of the mind or tongue (φλυηρέει) went hand-in-hand (a paired akrasia which also arises with methē – drunkenness: see below). 37 For example, the following prognosis: If, looking up and speaking he is in his senses and does not speak/behave nonsensically (φθεγξάμενος παρ’ ἑωυτῷ γένηται καὶ μὴ φλυηρῇ), he will lie down drowsy this day, but on the next will become healthy.

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