June 2015

The Nature of Women

“But what really matters is not what you believe but the faith and conviction with which you believe‚Ķ” ¬†–¬†Knut Hamsun Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.)¬†Dissociative Rationalisation aka Hamstering 3.)¬†Mental Gymnastics 4.) Dissociation, Her¬†Substitute for¬†Psychopathy 5.) Women, Words, Beliefs & Lies 6.)¬†Her¬†Fluidity of Truth 7.) In Closing 8.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: To understand women with at least some degree of competence, one must firstly understand Machiavellianism. Once they understand Machiavellianism, they must...

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Notes On Law 28: “Enter Action with Boldness”

“Freedom lies in being bold.” –¬†Robert Frost Contents: 1.) Introduction – Summarising The Law 2.) Notes On The Law 3.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction – Summarising The Law: Law 28 highlights the power of audacity and contrasts it with the ineffectuality of reticence. Confidence creates audacity, whilst timidity creates reticence; audacity is a byproduct of confidence, whereas reticence symbolises its absence. Reluctance and indecision convey passivity,¬†whilst the speed and affirmation of...

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Morality & Machiavellianism

“Do not be too moral. You may cheat yourself out of much life so. Aim above morality. Be not simply good, be good for something.” ¬†–¬†Henry David Thoreau Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Individualism & Social Adaptation 3.) Matters of Intelligence 4.)¬†Reputation Guarding & The¬†Nihilism¬†of Debating Morality 5.) Sadistic Morality & Betrayal 6.) Machiavellianism Is Necessary 7.)¬†My Stance 8.) In Closing 9.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: Morals are too emotional to be...

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The Hierarchy of Love

“When a woman marries again, it is because she detested her first husband. When a man marries again, it is because he adored his first wife. Women try their luck; men risk theirs.” –¬†Oscar Wilde Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) Irreconcilable Love 3.) The Caveat 4.) Woman’s Love Defined 5.) Love & Female Self-Deception 6.) In Closing 7.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: “Women don’t love, they only care for themselves.” This is...

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