" to be objectified is to be only considered for one's physical worth (to be only considered for one's capacity to produce physically fit children, or for one's capacity to provide for the production of physically fit children) "

- philosophy of the body  

                              - two wrongs don't make a right -

Order Against Objectification

Order Against the Objectification of Women

Consistency


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Introduction to Prayer and Meditation

Preventing the corruption and manipulation of the most important artwork on planet earth (ourselves)

What is Prayer?

On a physical basis, prayer involves the process of anthropomorphisation, and meditation involves confirmation of our narrative self.


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" will result in a distorted view of physical reality and its interdependency with subjective reality (for example, exclusive homosexuality, although non-existent in the animal kingdom, may be viewed as natural rather than a psychological problem) "

- philosophy of the body