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Dec. 30th, 2007

x_windansea_x

Amorality

This post is made here because I  want to suggest a sub-group, wherein you can ask and answer questions, but with the added layer of trying to use your reason and fighting bias or moral judgments - our goal is to understand how things work or how things are, leaving other thoughts like right and wrong for later contemplation.

I want to invite all fellow thinkers to put our minds together in a group called x_amorality_x, for the purpose of addressing whatever important questions each of us may have USING REASON WITHOUT BIAS, as much as possible. I can see the power of having a group of people who will actively think through things without condemnation, unnecessary emotion, and other bias. Imagine a free discussion and a true understanding of how things truly are (as far as we can figure them out) without having your discovery cut short by someone else's prohibitions on thought, or fear, or guilt, or shame, or anything else that will keep you from the truth!

Dec. 16th, 2007


slave_lilith

Truth Doesn't Exist;

How do we know, for a solid fact, any fact? Everything is completely subjective to one's interpretation and available perception. How do we know, for a fact, that the insane as they are known, are not the enlightened, while sanity as it is known is merely an inhibitor of the aboved stated? 

Oct. 22nd, 2007


mikeeffint

interesting quote

A quote I read. It resonated within me:

"Modern schools and universities push students into habits of depersonalized learning, alienation from nature and sexuality,obedience to hierarchy, fear of authority, self objectification, and chilling competitiveness. These character traits are the essence of the twisted personality-type of modern industrialism.They are precisely the character traits needed to maintain a social system that is utterly out of touch with nature, sexuality, and real human needs."

--Arthur Evans