" tolerance of apparent self-objectification may result in people not belonging to the dominant objectified category (eg innocent children) being targeted for abuse "

- 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 Religion

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

What is Religion?

Religion is the application of philosophy (a philosophical belief system or world view), for example social networking, mating rituals, etc.

Religion in objectification intolerant societies typically involves philosophical beliefs such as the following;

Physical TheoryDescriptionPhilosophical TheoryDescriptionPractical Implications
Cosmology (Expansion) This universe had a beginning "Creation" All theories involving something that is not part of this universe are philosophical by definition. Responsibility
Awe
Enjoyment
Biology (Evolution) This universe supports (and encourages) life.
Life is driven by (subconscious) base instinct.
"Sinful Nature" Forgiveness
Education
Discipline
Consciousness (Mind) human brains believe in their own unique existence "Soul" From personal experience, we assume consciousness is not (just) a physical system to help an evolving creature, but it is for real - consciousness refers to a mental reality that exists.
Ie, that mental reality (non-physical mind/soul) is mapped to physical reality (physical mind/brain), namely, non-reductive physicalism.
Respect
Human Rights
Dignity
Love
Physical Indeterminism (Quantum) Intrinsic Probability "Free will" It may be reasonable to assume that non-physical mind is not overdetermined, and that emergent mental properties are not redundant.
Ie, that mental processes (volition/will power) as experienced have the capacity to determine the outcome of their associated probabilistic neuronal events.
Admiration
Honour
Cowardice
Good
Evil

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" apparent self-objectification may be employed by some with the intention of preventing their time limited physical attraction as a partner from going to waste - this is particularly the case for the sex with the greatest age limitations on their fertility/physical attractiveness as a partner "

- philosophy of the body