Monday, July 18, 2016

The invention of free will: real human nature is politically incorrect

People often say that there is no accounting for free will. First of all, there is no free will, there are only choices within determined causes.

This means that human nature is more predicable than those who have a problem with real human nature say it is. Thinkers and writers past and present have been corrupted by mistaken education.

Real human nature is politically incorrect, for example, real human nature does not harmonize with or approve of the cultural Marxism which rules modern culture.

Human nature has always first preferred kin and related group and this preference was successful in survival and reproduction, so it was instinctively, genetically, retained within basic human nature.

Other inborn preferences within human nature include being gender defined, age-graded, heterosexual marriage-making, hierarchical, ethnocentric, even xenophobic, and religious-making, among other things, with group-selection as the primary unit of successful selection.

The blocking of human nature runs very long within human history going way back to the founders of religion whose God could only be ascetically experienced by blocking basic human nature.

This does not mean that we must reject Godhood, it means Godhood needs to be seen as the zenith of the material evolution of human nature, and not defined as being found by blocking material evolution and human nature.

The invention of free will was necessary to advocate cultural behavior that went against real human nature, consciously or unconsciously, for short term and unhealthy gains.

For what it's worth, bringing this perspective to politics today, Donald Trump and the paleoconservatives represent more of the reality of real human nature, and Hillary Clinton and the liberal democrats do not represent the reality of human nature.

This doesn't guarantee Trump will win, but it will at least determine once again how corrupted or uncorrupted modern culture is.

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