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Anonymous asked: “If women are superior how come 99% of men would whoop 99% of women's asses in a fight”

thentheysaidburnher:

How come 99% of men think that ‘superior’ means ‘I could kill you’ and not ‘I could improve your life’ or ‘I could promote peace’? How come men are so violent? How come you perceive superiority to mean being the only one left alive?

Wanting to beat women actually makes you inferior. When we talk about humanity, men lack it. Therefore women are true humans, and men are deviations.

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Local University student and self-proclaimed intellectual Henry Matheson today reported that he takes the concept of moral relativism very seriously, believes in it fully, and applies its principles to all discussions and aspects of life.

"It’s such utter folly the way people attempt to make egregious claims suggesting that such an abstract notion as morality can actually in fact be objectively quantified," Matheson said.

During a discussion online regarding systematic oppression against minorities, Matheson said, “But tell me, can we ever truly say for sure that “oppression”, as you so dramatically put it, is in fact an objectively bad thing? The world is not merely black and white, and I think perhaps you should consider good things may come from “oppression”. You claim it harms people, yet harm, as with morality, is such a subjective matter, and no self-respecting intellectual would take your arguments seriously.”

He then went on to say, “And besides, saying we should fight this cause and that cause simply because it “helps” people is, as any self-respecting intellectual knows, invoking the appeal-to-emotion logical fallacy, which you will find makes your argument entirely wrong. You say it’s morally wrong to hurt people. Maybe I think it’s morally right to hurt people. I see no logical reason to do “good” things, because of course good is entirely subjective, and I simply cannot, as a self-respecting intellectual, take such subjective things seriously.”

The Holocaust, slavery, apartheid, murder, torture, and rape are among the things which, in conversations, Matheson revealed he sees nothing objectively wrong with, and scoffed at the notion of anyone trying to claim they were actually bad things.

When asked what was stopping him from committing heinous crimes, Matheson responded, “I simply haven’t felt compelled. If I were to be presented with a logical argument in favor of, for instance, committing mass murder, then absolutely, yes, I would have to do it. I follow logic, not subjective moralities, or the appeal-to-emotion logical fallacy.”

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Self-Proclaimed “Intellectual” Takes Moral Relativism Seriously

The Wishwashington Post

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weirdvintage:

As they were recognized as potential traffic hazards during the Blackouts of World War Two, some farmers took to painting their cows with white stripes so they could be seen by motorists, 1939 (via Forces War Records)

weirdvintage:

As they were recognized as potential traffic hazards during the Blackouts of World War Two, some farmers took to painting their cows with white stripes so they could be seen by motorists, 1939 (via Forces War Records)

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victoriousvocabulary:

CYBERNETICS
[noun]
the study of human control functions and of mechanical and electronic systems designed to replace them, involving the application of statistical mechanics to communication engineering.
Etymology: from Greek kubernētēs, “steersman”, from kubernan, “to steer, control”.
[Peter Gric - Android-Mind]

victoriousvocabulary:

CYBERNETICS

[noun]

the study of human control functions and of mechanical and electronic systems designed to replace them, involving the application of statistical mechanics to communication engineering.

Etymology: from Greek kubernētēs, “steersman”, from kubernan, “to steer, control”.

[Peter Gric - Android-Mind]

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aduhm:

it’s that time of the month

aduhm:

it’s that time of the month

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livalskare:

Mom and baby bat.

livalskare:

Mom and baby bat.

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ifyoucarryonthisway:

i like to push my body to the limit but not in the healthy living way more like in the how much pasta can i eat before im unable to physically move way

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jacobaaronschroeder:

Untitled
Acrylic and sprinkles on canvas
14” x 18”
2014

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ziakid:

choosing a gender in an rpg more like do i wanna be a girl or do i wanna romance girls

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issu:

somesickcat:

No photoshop. Just a kitty with HUGE EYES.

The lighting in this photograph is amazing~

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