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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Berkeley is the only one right

  2. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Transsexuality is a form of idealism. Plato was a revolutionary who promoted cuckoldry. Cicero and other conservatives were sceptics.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      complete moron

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Everything I said is objectively true.

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          You’re a moron, you cannot apply even basic exegetical skills to a text. You are an animal you deserve to die and have your corpse stuffed and displayed in the museum of natural history. You have never had a single transcendent thought in your life, you are a useless eater and a complete wast of your father’s sperm. To hell with you and your mother.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            If you genuinely cared about truth and rationality you would be able to refute my point meaningfully instead of posting some random emotionally injured ad hominem (and you talk like some idiot Latino). You are a disgrace to the men you claim to revere.

            Scepticism preserves society. Idealism destroys it.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Society deserves to burn for God.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Buzzwords buzzwords buzzwords

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Transexuality is nothing more than demoniac delusion. My cab driver tonight was a troony. The man, a lumpy beast in khaki shorts and a black t-shirt with flaking skin, possessed long hair which managed to give the impression of always being wet, was about fifty years old, and reeked of cigarettes. He blared NPR on the radio while tapping his long pink fingernails on the steering wheel. Though in his photograph he had worn lipstick, which had done nothing to disguise what was beneath, in person he had even given up on trying to sound like a woman, and spoke to me as any man of fifty would have, despite of long pink fingernails and some generous heft in the front of his shirt which, given his size, remained of an indeterminate nature. There was nothing ideal going on. It was only the cavern revealed when the fossilized shell of a hollow egg finally begins crumbling into dust.

      As for the perfectly painted drag "queens," they, like many things in our world are chasing the shadow of an image of spiritual beings. Some of them may know this, most definitely do not. So this, the only shred of idealism which these movements, gay or not, possess, is chasing after a demonic ideal, for the glorification of demons and the degradation of Mankind, who is made in the image of God. These are the Forms of transgenderism.

      • 2 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Imagine those long fingernails tracing over your skin, tickling, teasing, while you wriggle helplessly, tied up naked in the back of his van...

        • 2 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Stop it, INFP. He was far too sad to have enough fire to even try that, and I'm far too strong to allow it.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            How did you know I'm INFP

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I know an INFP who loves saying things like that to try and elicit a response. It is the repressed Se (Extroverted Sensation) coming out through the dominant function, Fi (Introverted Feeling). Your Ne (Extroverted Intuition), if I am correct that you are an INFP, has a party with Te (Extroverted Thinking) and attempts to get at the weakest link for the INFP, Se-Fe by creating scenarios or collecting things which evoke and provoke certain feelings. I actually love this feature of INFPs. I also love larping as a curmudgeon.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            Interesting. I think MBTI is schizo but this is an uncannily accurate description of my urges.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            MBTI has some flaws which I have been in the process of remedying. The basic premises and dichotomies which it utilizes are very powerful analytical tools. I won't go into why, but I think what Jung was observing, amazingly, is the relay process of individual thoughts within his patients. He sort of fuzzily honed in on it by reducing their thinking to these counter-balanced categories. Neurology is catching up slowly, and I think it will vindicate him in this regard in the end, though many of his ideas are beyond salvage. A caution, if you get too good at it, people's types and functions leap out unexpectedly, and sometimes it has the unfortunate side-effect of inadvertently associating your feelings for one individual to another. It can be difficult to stop and break even when you're conscious of it. At least, for me [INTJ]. An INFP may be better at dealing with that, or may be worse. I'm not sure which it would be.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >sometimes it has the unfortunate side-effect of inadvertently associating your feelings for one individual to another. It can be difficult to stop and break even when you're conscious of it.
            That's one reason why (apart from my misgivings about the accuracy of the typology) I try to avoid conceptualising things in terms of MBTI too much. I have obsessive-compulsive thinking which means my brain can get sort of stuck or fixated without my wanting it. My boyfriend is an INTJ. Why is the INTJ/INFP pairing so potent?

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            >I try to avoid conceptualizing things in terms of MBTI too much
            Wise, really.

            >INTJ/INFP potency
            The answers I can throw out I regard as stale mechanics. I don't think they really get to the heart of the issue, but there is definitely something to be said for the various opposing forces their functions create having a discernable harmony. I've never fully written or "organized (as I think Ti types naturally do)" an analysis (I comprehend intuitively and apprehend I've comprehended, but only explicate as I have need or as exercise), so it would be a messy attempt if I did, but some points:

            I. The INTJ functions strongly on the relationship of Ni-Te to create a sort of Te-Ne relationship. It is the primary mode of getting at Ne-Fe (which is natural in the precise opposite fashion for the INFJ, and genuine to the ENTP, for instance). This means that an INTJ has far weaker Fi-Ne and this contributes to the altogether floundering Fe-Si. INFP is Fi-Ne and operates Ne-Fe in the same way the INTJ operates Te-Ne. To an INTJ, this is a fundamental strength which the INFP possesses, both of charisma and intellect, not that we understand it really. Each type is fully bound in the shackles of their own subjectivity, all transcendences are relative.

            II. More obviously, strong intuition, same preference of Judgement Axis, P & J harmony, similar weaknesses and strengths which eases compassion, and other similar traits.

            To me, the scariest thing about all of this. I can go on for hours and hours just talking abstractedly like this, analyzing people I know, knew, or have seen, and it is all because of the terrifyingly sharp perceptive abilities of one man and the good sense of a couple of his proteges. It literally sends a chill up my spine and creates too many feelings. Still, it didn't stop me from chucking his complete works in the trash when I read Answer to Job, lol.

            Well, I hope that's all more a blessing than a curse—beginning and end.

          • 2 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            You seem extremely fluent uhh for lack of a better word with all the theory behind MBTI, the functions and everything. Do you think it has benefited you in any tangible way? Are you able to use this knowledge to your own advantage IRL or creatively? Or is it just a pathological curiosity, some primate itch to deconstruct and understand that you can’t resist? Either way I can’t help but respect it. Schizo disintegration

  3. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I also think my curmudgeon-larp may be gaining traction in my actually personality. More on this development at 5, back to you Steve!

  4. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >solves metaphysics and moves beyond it
    Platogays thoroughly and permanently BTFO

  5. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >"What? Men can't be women!"
    >"Why, yes, this wafer is actually transubstantiated into the flesh of God made man which I am about to cannibalize."
    Breaking news, cults are wild.

    • 2 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >hurrr why can the divine mind do something a mortal with autogynophillia can’t?

  6. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Berkeley doesn’t belong there

  7. 2 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    >Berkeley
    Depends what you meann by "external world" but it's best to say that he just said "there is no matter" if you want to make a meme, since he never denied that your perceptions are real

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