This Dark Age

A manual for life in the modern world.

By Daniel Schwindt

The primacy of the spiritual

We must keep in mind here the primacy of the spiritual and insist that any physiological development must be considered a secondary to its principle, which is rooted in the immaterial. And because we must also admit that the spiritual always imperfectly manifests itself in the material, and is sometimes at odds with it, that the spiritual must be given the final say. He who is not a man in his soul is not a man, even if his physiology is primarily male. Exceptional as such a case may be, it is a possible one and must be respected as such.

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