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Womanly Duplicity & Its Constituent Parts

“Dissimulation is innate in woman and almost as characteristic of the very stupid as of the clever.” – Arthur¬†Schopenhauer Contents: 1.)¬†The Paradox of Cunning Naivety 2.) The Double Edged Sword of Rationalisation 3.) Her¬†Deficit of Loyalty 4.) On The Duplicity of Beauty 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) The Paradox of Cunning Naivety: Why are women so manipulative? Know that firstly in matters of people,¬†manipulation is as natural to a...

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How To Use Your Ego

“Stupidity combined with arrogance and a huge ego will get you a long way.” – Chris Lowe Contents: 1.) The Building Blocks of Reinvention 2.) Of¬†Ego & Humility 3.) Of Adaptability & Authenticity 4.) Of Learning 5.) In Closing 1.) The Building Blocks of Reinvention: Whether they’re aware of it or not, everyone¬†has an opinion on narcissism,¬†and a value system based on a preference for its presence or absence. Some respect...

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Notes On Law 27: “Play On People’s Need to Believe to Create a Cult-like Following”

“The only difference between a cult and a religion is the amount of real estate they own.” –¬†Frank Zappa Contents: 1.) Introduction – Summarising The Law 2.) Notes On The Law 3.) Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction – Summarising The Law: The need to believe in the improbable and the idealistic¬†is a¬†common¬†source of passion and comfort for the unfulfilled. Gullibility is profitable, particularly if it can be sustained, hence the lucrativeness of...

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Master Monk Mode With Modafinil

“Don’t lower your expectations to meet your performance. Raise your level of performance to meet your expectations.” – Ralph Marston Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Risks of Modafinil 3.) How To Start Using Modafinil Safely 4.) The Benefits of Modafinil 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: So you’re in Monk Mode, but you find yourself regularly lacking the energy and focus you need to complete all the tasks you...

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Understanding The 48 Laws of Power

“Do not leave your reputation to chance or gossip; it is your life’s artwork, and you must craft it, hone it, and display it with the care of an artist.” –¬†Robert Greene Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) What The Book Lacks 3.)¬†The Spectral Nature of The Laws 4.) Perfecting The Learning Process 5.) In Closing 1.) Introduction: The 48 Laws of Power is the modern man’s Machiavellian bible; based on the incisive...

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Machiavellian Maxims (Part 3)

‚ÄúOne who deceives will always find those who allow themselves to be deceived.‚ÄĚ ‚Äď Niccolo Machiavelli Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Maxims 3.)¬†Relevant Reading / In Closing 1.) Introduction: Welcome to part 3 in my series of Machiavellian maxims, you know the drill by now, contained within is a pithy collection of Machiavellian¬†wisdom. If you’ve not read anything in this series before, you¬†can¬†find part 1¬†here, and part 2¬†here. 2.) The Maxims:...

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The Sanctity of Time

“This is what you deserve. You could be good today. But instead you choose tomorrow.” – Marcus Aurelius Contents: 1.)¬†The Philosophy of Time 2.)¬†Drama Avoidance 3.) Create An Elitist Bubble 4.) Love The¬†Grind 5.)¬†In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) The Philosophy of¬†Time: An ambitious man feels like he never quite has enough time, for vision is vast and time brief. A man who lives to achieve must thus do so constantly,...

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Divergent Missions

“It is natural for a feeling of mere indifference to exist between men, but between women it is actual enmity. This is due perhaps to the fact that odium figulinum in the case of men, is limited to their everyday affairs, but with women embraces the whole sex; since they have only one kind of business.” – Arthur Schopenhauer Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.)¬†Mission Before Woman 3.) Man Is Her Mission 4.)...

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Fifty More Shades of Red

“The true man wants two things: danger and play. For that reason he wants woman, as the most dangerous plaything.”¬†– Friedrich Nietzsche Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.) The Maxims 3.)¬†Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: The maxims that comprise the bulk of this article are¬†designed to educate men on the nature of women, as well as the nature of themselves in relation to women. Being a loose collection of maxims, the article is easy-to-read...

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Understanding Female Psychology

“One ought to hold on to one’s heart; for if one lets it go, one soon loses control of the head too.” –¬†Friedrich Nietzsche Contents: 1.) Introduction 2.)¬†The¬†Cultural Battle of the Sexes 3.) Solipsism’s Role In Femininity 4.) The Role of Rationalisation¬†&¬†Sophistry 5.) In Closing/Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: As I write this, I cast my mind back to a time I did not understand women.¬†It is surreal to write on¬†“how women...

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