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  1. TheCompiler 4wk 6d ago

    Quote by myri-chan

    Quote by TheCompilerHi myri-chan what's up?
    I just dropped by because I discovered this author called George Lakoff and he's written many books with the relatively modern perspective of embodied cognition which is different from cognition and idealism.
    He has written a title called "Moral Politics : How Liberals and Conservatives Think" and I thought you might be interested in reading it.

    Oh Hi Compiler san :) well i am okayish ^^ thanks for asking :) i apologize for my absence i can't come here as i used to do :/

    Thank you so much for the suggestion :) honestly i am super busy now :/ no time to philosophize Lol

    you cannot escape idealism ,whether you're a leftist or rightist everybody is idealistic (puppet) in a way or another,loving and trusting your family serving them,friends,the sacrifice of one's life for his country,worshiping a deity...etc ideals are necessary to bring people together and make them cooperate with each other . unfortunately human greed and thirst for power will always be triumphant in the end this being said conservative doctrines are still the worst in my opinion because it generate manicheism and macchiavellianism. if one is not submissive enough and wanting to live his life the way he wants he is seen as a "devil". parents are always right even if they mistreat their kids,the husband is always right even if he beats his wife simply because males are "purer"..etc.all those things create social tensions and misery..and thus confilcts. I'll always be a lefty or at worst libertarian because nobody is worthy to dominate another human being . because everybody is evil in a way or another,doctrines that gives maximum freedom to the individual (less power for parents,spouse,bosses) are the best,strict family values are not so good especially if you are born in a horrible family. The reason the left don't prevail very often is because it is hard to defy the law of the jungle (interests of powerful members of a certain society)

    But as i already said to Monu i am really busy now with life,i can't come here anymore :/ but i wish you luck and well being in your life and a excellent moment here on MT :)

    by idealism I didn't mean holding high ideals, I meant the view of the world that only the mind matters, the body does not. Good luck with life myri chan. I'd say maybe do make some few minutes of time for philosophy though. Like I said, there's a new movement going on away from idealism, and towards a more embodied view of the world, and it's also a very feminist view of the world. Give it a try you might find it interesting

  2. TheCompiler 5wk 4d ago

    Hi myri-chan what's up?
    I just dropped by because I discovered this author called George Lakoff and he's written many books with the relatively modern perspective of embodied cognition which is different from cognition and idealism.
    He has written a title called "Moral Politics : How Liberals and Conservatives Think" and I thought you might be interested in reading it.

  3. Monu-chan Moderator 7wk 2d ago

    Eid Mubarak Onee-chan!

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