Werner Erhard's work is revolutionary. The way people respond to it is best articulated by Sir Arthur C (Charles) Clarke, British inventor, futurist, and author (2001: A Space Odyssey) in his Law of Revolutionary Ideas which states that every revolutionary idea (in science, politics, art, or whatever) seems to evoke three stages of reaction:
Arthur's Law of Revolutionary Ideas may have been derived from a statement attributed to an earlier Arthur, Arthur Schopenhauer, German philosopher and author (The World as Will and Representation), which is:
"All truth passes through three stages: first, it is ridiculed; second, it is violently opposed; and third, it is accepted as self-evident.".
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