ShoutOut

Cody Corrington

Most people in this life attempt like zebras to blend in with the herd or they act as mirrors, merely reflecting back on those who interact with them. Love for love. Hate for hate. With nothing going on in between. With no substance, no soul.

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Philosophy

Symbolic distinctions and how they are formed

Negroes and colored people became blacks and then they became african americans and then they became blacks and people of color again. The color pink used to be a male color with blue being for females. Why the changes?

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Philosophy

The Faux Compassion of the Damned

Self-righteousness is commonplace among the religious and thus easily identified. Among the secular it appears able to hide itself much more easily, for reasons I do not understand. The deadliest and most corrupt form of self-righteousness I have seen these days comes from a belief in moral superiority based on the claim that one cares for the poor and the suffering.

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Philosophy

The opposite of Nazism

I've been thinking a lot about our tendency to overreact to dangerous situations. We get hit with a bit of chaos then demand absolute order in this precise moment. Or maybe we are suffocating in oppressive order and feel the need to burn it all. It's a natural reaction. If you are being chased by a predator you don't want to get far enough from it, but AS FAR AS YOU CAN from it.

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