Category Archives: Epistemology

This tag means that the post considers the process of the development of knowledge. Both as it is happening in the present and as it happened historically, whether in the arts, sciences, maths, etc.

High quality argumentation: Pro-freedom edition

Serve as protector of non-bias, for example by filling the head with nothing in order to prevent thoughts which may be arrived at independently. Seek to enforce black/white alternatives of abandoning a course of action or engaging in an orchestrated alternative. … Continue reading

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In order to prevent danger of losing, get with this guy

If it’s not going to get me more F35s or convince other people that remote control of their brains is good for both them and everyone, then it’s a stupid idea. And anyone who disagrees with me is either brainwashed, … Continue reading

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Orwell’s Big Brother on steroids-2.0

Every media you consume scanned in advance to tailor the individualized brainwashing and/or torture which is inflicted in the moment you consume it. If ever trying to stray from the pre-predicted path, or to some other-than-predicted news story, film, song or scientific … Continue reading

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EFF video on effect of US warantless surveillance, including of foreign targets

From a video by EFF J: Section 702 is designed in such a way that the targets of the surveillance do not at all have to be bad guys. 702 allows for targeting of any foreigner abroad, so long as … Continue reading

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Hurting people is helping people #81041

This post involves random, imaginary questions about nothing at all to do with reality, a reality where only mentally ill people could believe that such things could be possible at the same time (in particular if not having a pre-courtroom-ready … Continue reading

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“Right of revolution” is not only wrong, it is to be banned from the lexicon of not only speech, but also thought

If you do journal searches on long-standing Anglo-French intellectual traditions regarding “right of revolution” or more globally applied principles of “self determination”, then this will cause Nazis (whatever that is supposed to mean) to use “right of revolution” ideas to … Continue reading

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Creating psychological distance, even when near, can make horrific things possible

From A Leveringhaus, on the ICRC blog, considering psychological as opposed to geographic distance: …geographical distance does not automatically result in psychological distance. After all, radical Hutus who set out, during the Rwandan genocide in 1994, to ‘crush cockroaches’ by … Continue reading

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A ban on monkey and gorilla images for underage youth could promote inter-group harmony

Not only is teaching evolution to children offensive to the sensibilities of some Christian communities, it also brings many pictures of monkeys and gorillas into the situation. This presence of visualizations of monkeys and gorillas establishes the possibility of comparison … Continue reading

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Mandatory public service activities in support of a ‘million maybe leaders’

For national security and broader public wellbeing reasons, when speaking (or pretending to speak) on one’s phone one is at all times to maintain heightened vigilance for the possibility that some criminal or deviant of any sort is presently the … Continue reading

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Sovietesque: Willingness to turn in or slander any one any time for any true/untrue and/or known/unknown reason(s)

Sovietesque: A term which enables to speak of certain realities without having to face the inordinately internal and domestic nature of certain practices of the present day which are fundamentally similar to practices claimed of Soviets presumed by at least … Continue reading

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