Axiological Leftist

Axiological Leftist: involves eclectic Liberal and Leftist conceptions mainly involve Natural Rights Libertarianism, Left-Libertarianism, Anarcho-Naturism, Green Anarchism, Dialectical Naturalism, Anti-capitalism, Progressive, Secularism, Democratic Socialism, Libertarian Municipalism, Radical Minarchism, and Anarcho-Mutualism Political Philosophies with Axiology. Axiological Leftist would value mutualistic municipal type minarchism small-government egalitarianism with nobody as a one leader no president, governor, mayor, etc. Two things I think you’ll find common to most mutualists: an advocacy of a kind of market socialism and a strong emphasis on ethics, particularly on “mutuality” and reciprocity. While this page may be outright negative to the right, conservatives, or republicans and at times somewhat positive to some democrat values or positions, It will challenge and attack democrats as well if applicable. Overall Axiological Leftist is not Statist (Hierarchicy) but can lean toward Liberal values, supporting Civil Rights, Women’s Rights, LGBTQI Rights, Human Rights, Universal Health Care, Abortion Rights, Same-Sex Marriage, Radical Federalism, Direct Democracy, Non-Hierarchical Governance, Reasonable Gun Control, and Environmental Protection. Axiological Political Science: For Hartman, “the science of Politics and Social Ethics” consists in the application of intrinsic value to groups of persons. Formal Axiology originally developed by Robert S. Hartman. Formal axiology identifies the general patterns involved in (1) the meaning of “good” and other value concepts, in (2) what we value (value-objects), and in (3) how we value (valuations or evaluations). It explains the rational, practical, and affective aspects of evaluation and shows how to make value judgments more rationally and effectively. It distinguishes between intrinsic, extrinsic, and systemic values and evaluations, and discusses how and why they fall into a rational hierarchy of value. It demonstrates the...

On the Value of Being a Real Person

Hello fellow people on the journey of being real. As I start my thought on the value of being a real person, I would like to say that I am not one real person. What I mean by that is no one is one real person throughout their life. Think about it this way who I was as a person as a baby? Is that not a different person then when I was 5 years old, was that not a different person then when I was 10 years old, was that not a different person then when I was 15 years old, was that not a different person then when I was 20 years old, is that not a different person then I am now over 40 years old, and will that not be different when I am over 80 years old. Thus I think the secret of who I am is to realize that “I” am as a Real Person am on the journey of being real, rather then reached some place or thinking where I can finally say I have completely arrived and will never change. To reference this farther I will give you a quote and a poem. Quote: I now realize the wisest thing I have ever done was be kind, because eyes of hate will always find a victim whereas eyes of love will always find a friend. Poem: “Just Be” Wouldn’t it be nice to just be? Compared to no one. A prize all by yourself. We would have the freedom to fly through life, enjoyed for the wonderfully unique person we are....

Scary Beasts In Heaven?

“And before the throne of god there was a sea of glass like crystal: and around the throne, were four beasts full of eyes in front and behind. The first beast was like a lion, and the second beast like a calf, and the third beast had a face as a man, and the fourth beast was like a flying eagle (totemistic thinking). And the four beasts had each of them six wings about him; and they were full of eyes within: and they rest not day and night.” (Revelation 4:6-8) Comment Here we have a rare description of heaven where it appears frightening with strange beasts. One cannot help to think that it seems more a description of Hell than a heaven… Good thing it’s all fake. Lol Preposterous Idea of a Deity that Would Create Hell...

Atheism Style: Firebrand Atheism

I am a firebrand atheist, but to me there is no right way to be an atheist. Atheism is done right if it is stopping belief in gods and it is not for everyone to have to be out spoken to the world as if that is the only worthy atheism style. I have been helped a lot by atheists just being my friend and supporting me never even telling anyone they are atheist. If you can and it is safe and you want to being out as an atheist can be rewarding but it is not a all or nothing. We all do a lot supporting each other in the cause of a reality devoid of god superstitions. I was asked if I was an angry atheist. No, I am not an angry atheist but I am a firebrand atheist, so I am out spoken. Though my moto is attack thinking not people. I believe in people I just don’t believe in gods or religions. If religious people comment on my page I try to inform them not abuse them. I want to make a positive difference in the world with my atheism. But I am also not just limited to nonbelief as I am a humanist. So I try to inspire care for others as well not just rejection of gods and religion. Let’s do atheism with style. Firebrand atheism, is people standing up against the lie of god and the indoctrination of lies that is religion. We ignite excitement, action and change in the cause of reality. By challenging, exposing or insulting the inaccuracies and flawed...

Staying Religious is Denialism

To me staying religious in this world of information is mostly denialism. When I see someone is religious I think they are valuing lies and reality inaccuracies.   Likely this is because they believe myths told to them most often as a child when they where most venerable to magical thinking and are now if an adult either not informed of the truths or are so invested in these childhood supernatural predilections that they are experiencing denialism. Yes I think entire cultures can experience denialism. In human behavior, denialism is exhibited by individuals choosing to deny reality as a way to avoid dealing with an uncomfortable truth. It is the refusal to accept an empirically verifiable reality.   In science, denialism has been defined as the rejection of basic concepts that are undisputed and well-supported parts of the scientific consensus on a topic in favor of ideas that are both radical and controversial. It has been proposed that the various forms of denialism have the common feature of the rejection of overwhelming evidence and the generation of a controversy through attempts to deny that a consensus exists. A common example of denialism is Young Earth creationism and its dispute with the evolutionary theory.  ...