Liberty, Liking/Love, Jealousy, Respect and Loyal in Poly or Non-Monogamy?

“Damien, I’m interested in non-monogamy right now, I’m tired of failed relationships. I’m trying something new with this man I’ve met and that I really like. I think he’s seeing other women. That’s not a bad thing. Right? I’m trying to understand. I like him but I’m trying to overcome this feeling of why he feels the need to go elsewhere. I’m just learning. I’m tired of feeling jealous. I’m Interested in Learning More About Polygamy.” Here are three of my blogs on non-monogamy/poly: Atheist for Non-monogamy: For Open Hearts and Open Minds Lovestyle or Lifestyle Options Personhood Explored I am not a vary jealous person as it’s a fear of loss and I don’t own people. I can be hurt how people respect or disrespect me regardless what relationship dynamic even a one night stand should be respectful and honoring to me. love is love. So, it is better to think in terms of respect or disrespect not really about being jealous or non-jealous. We often may be apprehensive to start any relationship as we are not sure, but we can never be completely sure of almost any relationships. We can love and be open to being loved, that is pretty much it, no guarantee. “Damien, he may be a term that I can’t remember. A womanizer that wants the women to have sex with only him? I say that because he asked me if I was being loyal to him, I’m like hmmm?” Well womanizer, to me, is a liar that cons women into sex, with no care for them, as he may say “things” only wanting...

That is not accurate in any way… Challenging Claims?

Challenger,  Damien Marie AtHope, that video is not accurate in any way. It shows the area of the inauguration 6 hours before the time stated. I do not support drumpf, but I do advocate for truth….     Damien Marie AtHope But, from what I see they look like the same thing just you gave a different angle. Show me the same angle as the video. Challenger, Not of the same angle, but another one that confirms what I said: https://qzprod.files.wordpress.com/2016/11/rtr23nhi.jpg?quality=80&strip=all Challenger, and another one. Damien Marie AtHope All of them are that odd angle to make it look like there is more people to me if it’s not you don’t need the odd angle. Challenger, Or my friend, it is subjectivity interfering with perception. You are aware of how that works as well as anyone of us. Damien Marie AtHope So, still you have not disproved the video but I am always open to see the evidence? Challenger, If you want to go there.. where is your substantiation of the validity of what you are showing. Damien Marie AtHope So no evidence of your claims? Challenger, Neither do you… come on… we are on the same team… it only seems that I am more intent on providing perspectives. Than you are, Something I know you are full aware of… and it seems to be a factor in you as of late. Damien Marie AtHope So, are you attempting to evade clearly demonstrating your claims? Challenger, I provided 2 separate sources of evidence.. you have provided one. A third… https://www.nps.gov/common/uploads/grid_builder/nri/crop16_9/78837493-1DD8-B71B-0BFE571D09BF2A8B.jpg?width=950&quality=90&mode=crop And I will add that it is close to the same perspective that you are requiring for...

Was the Value of Ancient Women Different?

Evidence from the ancient past show that female value was likely a little different than before the sexism that later became so pervasive. Today, with our now male centric religions or the many cultures of our current or past historic societies, which seem often to devalue or give a lesser status or limited value of women. Many present day thinkers may find it difficult to comprehend that women could have been valued, be equal to some extent, or even hold a position or power, especially political power in early historic or prehistoric times but even more so in the Middle East region where today, the most heavy restrictions are on women’s rights. The following is a list of women as leaders or rulers and other positions of political authority that may help support a different thinking: 6,530 – 5,240 years ago Legendary Queen Eyleuka of Ethiopia 5,000 years ago Shagshag ruled as Queen in Mesopotamia 4,952 – After 4,939 years ago Pharaoh Meritneith (Meryet-Nit) of Egypt 4,720 years ago Regent Dowager Queen Ni-Maat-Hepi of Egypt 4,585 – 4,145 years ago Legendary Queen Nehasset Nais of Ethiopia 4,580 – 4,510 years ago Controller of the Affairs of the Kiltwearers Queen Hetepheres II of Egypt 4,570 years ago Politically Influential Queen Meresankh III of Egypt 4,530 years ago Politically Influential Queen Khamerernebti II of Egypt 4,500 years ago Queen Ku-baba Azag-bau of Kis (Iraq) 4,500 years ago Co-Ruler Pu-Abi of Ur (Iraq) 4,459 – 4,401 years ago Governor of Markellashi in the Elam District (Iraq) 4,420 years ago Queen Su-bad of Ur (Iraq) 4,334 years ago High Priestess Enheduanna of the...

Axiology and Value Consciousness

We need to make everyone understand the nature of values (axiology). So, one could ask what is axiology? Axiology (Greek meaning axia, “value, worth”; and logos meaning “discourse, study, ratio, calculation, reason”) it is the philosophical study of value as well as ethics and aesthetics. Formal Axiology is a specific branch of the science of Axiology. Axiology also studies of goodness, value or worth, in the widest sense of these terms. Its significance lies in the unification that it has provided for the study of a variety of questions—economic, moral, aesthetic, and even logical—that had often been considered in relative isolation. Yes, axiology, the very impartation of value consciousness is what is required.   So, one could ask what is Value Consciousness?   Value consciousness / Value awareness or Aware Value Critiques / Valid Value Judgments. Value-blindness Gives Rise to Sociopathic evil. Axiological Dignity Being Theory   There can be several different ways to view “Value Consciousness” such as following specific thinking tools people use and assessing them reliably: some limited thinking tools we employ are desire, interest, taste, feeling, faith, etc. The characteristics of these or such tools must not conflate there truth acquisition or truth conformation ability or potential. First assessing them with a “Value Consciousness” exposes that they have obvious limitations or even inability to see or adequately judge objective truth worthy to be called knowledge. Instead “they” (desire, interest, taste, feeling, faith, etc) at best can only project a situational subjective half-truth and are in stark contrast to valid distinctions rightly following forms of Value consciousness / Value awareness or Aware Value Critiques / Valid Value...

Kultepe? An archaeological site with a 4,000 years old women’s rights document.

Kultepe? “archaeological site” in Turkey with the oldest women’s rights document 4,000 years old. Kültepe is an archaeological site located in Kayseri Province in Turkey, nearest modern city to Kültepe is Kayseri, about 20 km southwest. It consists of a tell, the actual Kültepe, and a lower town where an Assyrian settlement was found. Ref Assyria was the region in the Near East which, under the Neo-Assyrian Empire, reached from Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq) through Asia Minor (modern Turkey) and down through Egypt. The empire began modestly at the city of Ashur (known as Subartu to the Sumerians), located in Mesopotamia north-east of Babylon, where merchants who traded in Anatolia became increasingly wealthy, and that affluence allowed for the growth and prosperity of the city. According to one interpretation of passages in the biblical Book of Genesis, Ashur was founded by a man named Ashur son of Shem, son of Noah, after the Great Flood, who then went on to found the other important Assyrian cities. Assyria did belong to the Empire of Akkad at times, as well as to the Third Dynasty of Ur. Our main sources for this period are the many thousand Assyrian letters and documents from the trade colonies in Cappadocia, foremost of which was Kanesh (modern Kultepe) (49-50). The trade colony of Karum Kanesh (the Port of Kanesh) was among the most lucrative centres for trade in the ancient Near East and definitely the most important for the city of Ashur. Merchants from Ashur traveled to Kanesh, set up businesses, and then, after placing trusted employees (usually family members) in charge, returned to Ashur and supervised...