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The Magical Power of words/symbols...

Free-will...pertinent when discussing any concept postmoderns have attempted to discredit, including morals.
Defining concepts out of existence, or in ways that make them impossible to exist, even if we experience them daily, is an attempts to discredit what shames them, or exposes them.
In the case of free-will, they separate the two concepts and then define each in a way that disconnects them from experienced reality.

Will = we all experience will in ourselves and in others. We exp[rience it in formal choices when given options to select from; we experience will every time we move.
Free = qualifier of will, same as strong, i.e., strong will.
Here strong and 'free do not imply an absolute metaphysical supernatural state, but a qualifier of 'will'.

'Free' is measurable by the amount of options available and accessible to a willing agency.
Similarly, 'strong', as in strong willed, does not imply a will is omnipotent, or supernatural, but it indicates the will's relative power, its ability to overcome resistance and attain an objective, increasing its options.

The manner in which postmoderns define words, representing concepts, exposes their motives.
They usually begin with the idea, not the act itself.
Tope<>Down emoting, rather than Bottom<>Up reasoning.

We perceive, experience, willing, and we feel or can evaluate its freedom by the quantity and quality of options it can choose from.
Beginning from the act of willing, choosing, we realize will is real - not a thing but an action.
'Free' is now revealed to be a qualifier, in the same way 'strong' is a qualifier.
But hypocrites of this ilk want to negate certain concepts so as to claim innocence and to escape the idea that their lives could have turned out differently if they had chosen other than what they did.
Hypocrites desperately want to believe that their lives were inevitable, and that they could not have chosen other than what they did.

So, what they do is define words in ways that would place them beyond causality and time/space existence.
In this case they define it in ways only a god could attain, and even he could not meet their criteria.
Fatalism.
Regrets are evaded along with the implications of making bad choices, based on bad judgement calls.
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Postmodern Americanised psychotics practice the same method with all concepts they wish to nullify through linguistic acrobatics, claiming that convectional utility is somehow evidence of validity.
They've done so with free-will, and morality/ethics and are doing it with the concepts of male/female, and sex/gender.
Anything that stand in the way of their objectives is to be redefined in ways that make it absurd and unrealistic.

They did the same with the concept of 'god,' and 'race.'

Linguistic transfiguration - magic.
All magic is semiotic, affecting the minds of the vulnerable to suggestion and desperate to escape reality.
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Lorikeet wrote: Sun Apr 21, 2024 9:51 pm The Magical Power of words/symbols...

Free-will...pertinent when discussing any concept postmoderns have attempted to discredit, including morals.
Defining concepts out of existence, or in ways that make them impossible to exist, even if we experience them daily, is an attempts to discredit what shames them, or exposes them.
In the case of free-will, they separate the two concepts and then define each in a way that disconnects them from experienced reality.

Will = we all experience will in ourselves and in others. We exp[rience it in formal choices when given options to select from; we experience will every time we move.
Free = qualifier of will, same as strong, i.e., strong will.
Here strong and 'free do not imply an absolute metaphysical supernatural state, but a qualifier of 'will'.

'Free' is measurable by the amount of options available and accessible to a willing agency.
Similarly, 'strong', as in strong willed, does not imply a will is omnipotent, or supernatural, but it indicates the will's relative power, its ability to overcome resistance and attain an objective, increasing its options.

The manner in which postmoderns define words, representing concepts, exposes their motives.
They usually begin with the idea, not the act itself.
Tope<>Down emoting, rather than Bottom<>Up reasoning.

We perceive, experience, willing, and we feel or can evaluate its freedom by the quantity and quality of options it can choose from.
Beginning from the act of willing, choosing, we realize will is real - not a thing but an action.
'Free' is now revealed to be a qualifier, in the same way 'strong' is a qualifier.
But hypocrites of this ilk want to negate certain concepts so as to claim innocence and to escape the idea that their lives could have turned out differently if they had chosen other than what they did.
Hypocrites desperately want to believe that their lives were inevitable, and that they could not have chosen other than what they did.

So, what they do is define words in ways that would place them beyond causality and time/space existence.
In this case they define it in ways only a god could attain, and even he could not meet their criteria.
Fatalism.
Regrets are evaded along with the implications of making bad choices, based on bad judgement calls.
Here is a fine example of how this one here corrupts words.
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When words/symbols are returned to their original utility of acting as connectors of noumena to phenomena, then the world itself restricts their utility.
When they are intentionally disconnected from reality, as postmodernism does, then they become tools for mass manipulation, unrestricted by anything real.
The best way to nullify a concept is to define the words representing it out of existence....define them in ways that the concept can never exist.

They've done this with 'god'.....with 'free-will' and are now trying to do it to words like 'gender'.
With no external referents to limit how a word is to be applied it becomes a tool to exploit and manipulate human anxiety.
Creating seductive alternatives to those who are dissatisfied with themselves and with their existence.
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Those adopting nihilistic semiotics immediately identify themselves as those who reject perceived reality for whatever subjective reason: emotional, due to some past trauma, a dissatisfaction with their inherited genetically determined lot, a method of escaping culpability, a way of protecting their ego form the fact of their actual quality, relative to that of another...etc.

Most often these nihilistic semiotics are called 'convectional" because they have become increasingly popular and ingrained in our zeitgeist.

One of the reasons Abrahamism is so popular and enduring is that it provides a cognitive shelter to the world's wronged by fate or men, the world's desperate for an alternative, an escape, a comforting solution to their existential crisis etc.
Sheltering systems multiply such individuals.
Why did Christianity take root among Rome's slaves, at first?

This is the source of nihilism's cosmopolitanism.
Systemic "losers" share the same psychological interests, bridging ethnicity, race, culture and species boundaries....
Their seductive appeal is towards weakness....the lowest-common-denominatior, linking all life.
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The way a mind interprets a concept, or the definition he shows preference for, exposes his intent.
To place the interpretation outside of himself, on the act itself, is to reveal an objective liberated from all subjective intents.
The act of another, or an otherness, is not in the subject's control and so it dictates the limits of a subject's definitions.
Conventional definitions only expose the mind's dependence, despite its subjective convictions that it is free from them.

The activity itself determines the boundaries of a concept, its encompassed range of probabilities, and the definition of the term used to represent it.

For example...one who wishes to liberate himself form the implications of his will's choices, his conscious and unconscious willful acts, will define 'will' and 'freedom' in ways that would make both improbable - supernatural, unrealistic, unrealizable.
Then he can dismiss the act itself as illusory, governed by some occult force that absolved him of all culpability.
Subjective impulses overwhelm whatever desire to attain objectivity he has inherited and cultivated.
All that matters is absolution.
It is the one factor he cannot overcome in Abrahamism's mythology - salvation.

God was an idealized representation of collective acknowledgment; the real benefit was and remains salvation.
The idea that one could not have lived any other life than the one they have. The idea of equality, despite inheritance and circumstantial nurturing.
The idea that one could not have judged and subsequently chosen to act, in any other way other than how he did.
An idea rooted in Americanism's underlying Abrahamic spirituality - its victim psychosis, called "herd psychology" due to Nietzsche's popularity among these types.
Even the US claims to be a "victim' of the "world's envy," and the "world's exploitation," - classic nihilistic inversion.
Israel oppresses and brutalizes and then cries out in pain, as if it were the victim of irrational envy and bigotry - anti-Semnitism by their fellow Semites, despite the fact that not all Jews are Semites and not all Semites are Jews. Palestinians are more semitic than many of those, so-called Jews, living in Israel and in the Americas.
What does truth matter when emotion is a preferable justification?

The reason Nietzsche is so popular among men-children, born and raised under America's dominion, is that they covet his effect on minds like their own.
Minds desperate for a way out of a predicament they've inherited.
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