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PostSubject: Re: Psychology 101 Fri Oct 12, 2018 2:42 pm

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It's all in the psychological approach.
For the Pagan, it all begins with what he never had. He advances, incrementally towards greater, knowledge, more awareness.  

For the modern degenerate it all begins with what he's presumed he always had, the absolute.
All pales in comparison to this perfect, wholeness, and its certainty.
What fails to meet this standard is equally imperfect, equally dissatisfying.
The average, born and raised on nihilistic mind-control, the belief in the Abrahamic God, filled in this void - surrender to it equalized all in its name.
For others the death of this God, its discrediting, left them with this emptiness, and this addiction to absolutes. Nothing short of it would never be enough.
The absence of perfection was a 'perfect' excuse, or a void to be filled in with semiotics, and confident declarations simulating certainty.
For a few the absence of absolute evidence, absolute proof, absolute certainty, was 'perfect' to reject all, and to settle for one's own ignorance.        

I have been dismayed in recent years, at how common this mentality is among the Christian and Traditionalist rightists I have come to know.

It's something I cannot explain to them. It's only something they can learn by paying the consequences of it. And maybe not even then.
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PostSubject: Re: Psychology 101 Fri Oct 12, 2018 3:10 pm

You can't reason with someone who emotes.
For him it's a matter of life or death - a survival issue. He places nothing above his survival...survival at all costs. He sacrifices reason, ego, anything to increase its possibility.
Truth has no chance. It's the  easiest thing the coward is willing to sacrificed...the easiest thing to give-up.
He may consider it as evidence of his 'belief', his loyalty to the absent absolute.
Like all sacrifices it is supposed to offer something as evidence of loyalty, as an offering of appeasement....payment, bribery grovelling for salvation.

Other do the same with free-will. Their desperation, their desire to escape responsibility, to sneer and laugh at everything, as inevitable, as unavoidable, as what could not have been otherwise; their desperation to avoid the implications of holding yourself accountable, overwhelms their reasoning.They would rather live as incarcerated souls, than take responsibility for their choices, and actions.

Two sides of the same coin.

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PostSubject: Re: Psychology 101 Fri Oct 12, 2018 4:55 pm

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Which will dominate the feminine, the poet, the artist, or the masculine, the scientist, the philosopher?

It doesn't seem like masculine/feminine is the distinction here. Aren't the vast majority of poets and artists men as well? Especially the best ones.

I think it is more of a distinction between that which relies more on intuition/instincts, so basically primal and largely subconscious forms of thinking and expression which are usually vague and unclear so the artist often creates without even knowing how or why, and that which relies on reason, which developed later on and is mostly conscious and deliberate, and more precise.

But yes, of the two, the latter would be more masculine while the former is more neutral as both men and women evolved their respective instincts/intuitions, which they express in different ways.
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PostSubject: Re: Psychology 101 Fri Oct 12, 2018 5:33 pm

Males have a feminine and a masculine side, as do females.
Men have a feminine side....which is dominated.
Degrees.
Females have a male spirit, which is dominated by the female spirit, in more feminine females.
This is why we have degrees of femininity and masculinity. Weininger went through this when he formulated the mathematics of attraction.

According to him a female who is 20% male, 80% female will be attracted to a male who is 80% male and 20% female.
A homosexual male is a biological male that, fro whatever hormonal and environmental conditioning, is more feminine than masculine.

The feminine is primal....of the body, intuitive, emotional, instinctual. The masculine is cerebral, more noetic.
Nihilism is a masculine ideology, that negates, challenges natural order to the point of nullifying it....and so attracts more feminine spirits.
Nature is associated with the female spirit, the chaos/order interactivity....flux.....so it attracts more masculine spirits.  It was said that a philosopher was a hybrid...part poet part scientist, in other words a masculine/feminine balance where the feminine was controlled but not denied, not repressed.

Hyper-Masculinty is the reverse. It exaggerates the masculine, inside of it, because it is insecure, knowing it is dominated by the feminine....it is emasculated.

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