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Especially if you are the Judge

Lopsided distributions can signify an ignorance of sorts, ordered in such a way as to promote and propagate bias in the favour of a particular outcome. The smokescreen is plain to see when your view is grounded and viewed from a distance.

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Especially if you are the Judge

He who knows only his own side of the case knows little of that.

- John Stuart Mill (1806-1873)

One Sided Distribution - Another planksip® Möbius in Plane Sight

One Sided Distribution - Another planksip® Möbius in Plane Sight

Especially if you are the Judge

Inspired by John Stuart Mill's (1806-1873) quote - "He who knows only his own side of the case knows little of that."

Lopsided distributions can signify an ignorance of sorts, ordered in such a way as to promote and propagate bias in the favour of a particular outcome. The smokescreen is plain to see when your view is grounded and viewed from a distance.

No One's Self Identity

Inspired by Jean-Jacques Rousseau's (1712-1778) quote - "The world of reality has its limits; the world of imagination is boundless."

Lopsided emphasis towards imagination negates the beauty of reality. Tether the meta with the physical and the function will become self-evident. Negating knowledge to know one's self is a bias, repeated to the point of heuristic is tragic and part of the condition from which humanity suffers. Expand on this dichotomy.

It's All an Illusion, Use Your Allusion

Inspired by György Lukács's (1885-1971) quote - "Only the dialectical conception of ... reality as a social process ... dissolves the fetishistic forms necessarily produced by the capitalist mode of production and enables us to see them as mere illusions which are not less illusory for being seen to be necessary."

The socially skewed perspectives of the Marxist eschatology is exactly that despite any and all claims of materialism. Some say cultish behaviours and to this my response is, ya, more or less. Moralists, like Montaigne, challenge the bourgeois from the inside out while Marxists want to irradicate the wealthy through Negative Dialectics (Adorno)? A revolution of sorts for the workers, which makes sense from Marx's perspective and oppressed life but the not so much from the working class Marxism claims to defend. Capitalism is not without its faults and materialism is eating us alive, driving us towards biodiversity oblivion but Marxism was and never will be the answer.


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