Passion-governed reason of the paedocircumcised I:
Eroticism in Judaic paradise
There is more to life than meets the eye. This phrase is an example of a deduction peculiar to ordinary abstract reasoning. It suggests that things are more complex than they appear and that hidden facts of an invisible reality exist forming an unobvious causality.
said by a rabbi in the Mishnah
There is more pleasure in life than touches the skin. This phrase could be a motto exemplifying the deduction distorted through the prism of the Circumcision complex. It also implies that things are more complex than they appear but with a greater zeal. Tt suggests that the things that are beyond the grasp of the mind are the most precious ones. It insinuates that happiness is immaterial and lies beyond the palpable reality.