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What are the implications of the principles from whence social-political Right and social-political Left are derived?

Added: Sunday, September 19th 2021 at 5:04pm by tjdonegan
 
 
 

7 Responses Created by tjdonegan on September 19, 2021

1

Whose principles hold the value of human life to be sacred/inviolable, those of the social-political Right, or those of the social-political Left?

  • Social-political Right
  • Social-political Left
  • Both, Right and Left
  • Neither, Right nor Left

2

Are you more likely to be characterized and assigned to a group e.g., as a racist, as a sexist, as a liberal, as a socialist, as a communist, as a homophobe, as a Nazi et al, by an individual of the social-political Left, or the social-political Right?

  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Both, Right and Left
  • Social-political Right
  • Social-political Left

3

Is an individual of the social-political Left or one of the social-political Right more prone to choose Government force as a means of social change?

  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Social-political Left
  • Social-political Right
  • Both, Right and Left

4

Which is more in disagreement with might-makes-right, those of the social-political Left, or the social-political Right?

  • Social-political Left
  • Social-political Right
  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Both, Right and Left

5

Would those of the social-political Right, or those of the social-political Left, be more inclined to attempt to find a rational common ground - and employ reasoned argument - so as to amicably resolve disagreements?

  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Social-political Left
  • Both, Right and Left
  • Social-political Right

6

In, and by, their respective avowed principles are those of the social-political Right or those of the Social-political Left those that subscribe to an irrational worldview?

  • Social-political Right
  • Social-political Left
  • Both, Right and Left
  • Neither, Right nor Left

7

Would Martin Luther King – as determined by his principles - be a member of the social-political Right or a member of the social-political Left?

  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Both, Right and Left
  • Social-political Right
  • Social-political Left

8

Is it those on the social-political Left, or those on the social-political Right, that avow/embrace objective moral norms?

  • Both, Right and Left
  • Social-political Left
  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Social-political Right

9

Which worldview, that of the social-political Right, or that of the social-political Left, is consonant – in agreement - with unalienable Rights and self-government?

  • Social-political Left
  • Both, Right and Left
  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Social-political Right

10

Which worldview social-political Right, or social-political Left, advocates that every human should get their due i.e., justice?

  • Social-political Right
  • Neither, Right nor Left
  • Both, Right and Left
  • Social-political Left

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I got two wrong. One from misreading the question (#4) which said disagreement, not agreement.

The other was the last one. What definition of "justice" are they meaning?

Both of my errors were also the majority answer. Strange. Did the majority all misunderstand the question the same way, or am I just another sheep in the crowd?

Hi, greyone40!

Badly worded questions is something that I acknowledge! The social-political Left (there aren't actually pure Leftists except for - perhaps Lucifer; there is a continuum upon which each of us travel; to advance towards the Right i.e., the Light 'one must deny one's will daily pick up one's Cross and follow Incarnate Dispassionate Reason as he walked the earth...') dispositionally cannot be "just" or even contemplate what it would require to render to another their due; the other is only a means, never an end!

Cordially, tjd

Sorry!

My answers on #2  and # 10 are correct. What planet are you on?

Hi, retired!

I must confess a bit of trickery; sandwiched "liberal, socialist and communist" between "sexist" and "homophobe" to catch those that reflexively may - too - have habituated characterizing those that deny reason's efficacy by denying - a priori - objective reality i.e., the ideologues/social-political Leftists. And # 10 is simply that the word is so often tortured by the social advocate zealots into incoherency that one may reflexively choose the social-political Left as the answer since nobody care for the disenfranchisement of the disadvantaged except the noble paragons of all that is good and holy social-political Leftists... Sorry, that the questions were a bit muddled...!

Cordially, tjd

1) Neither, Right nor Left
2) Social-political Left
3) Both, Right and Left
4) Social-political Right
5) Both, Right and Left
6) Both, Right and Left
7) Neither, Right nor Left
8) Both, Right and Left
9) Neither, Right nor Left
10) Neither, Right nor Left

I can't vote or see the results since the fascist pukes banned me.

Scottanon

Hi, Scott!

Will you ever be unbanned?

As I said to others; my wording of questions was not as clear as it could have been! Moreover, there is a difference between what people do and the principles that they claim to avow; there are no pure corporeal/enfleshed Leftists or Rightists, but each of us are inclined toward - or against - the objective truth, and existence formal-cause i.e., end. 

Sorry for badly worded questions!

Cordially, tjd

Will you ever be unbanned?

Do authoritarian control freak scumbags ever champion liberty?

Scottanon

Hi again, Scott!

Only when they've twisted "liberty's" meaning so as to ensure that Liberty means compliance with their view and their mandates...

Cordially, tjd

as you can see I think both sides are the same.

 

 

 

 

Hi, katskorner!

In principle - and the questions are directed at the abstractions of social-political Left and social-political Right - they are diametrically opposed/opposites e.g., true and false... The utility in delineating the differences may lead to awakening some somnolent souls to the things which they may unconsciously advocate as a matter of sentimental refelx...

Cordially, tjd

Cordially, 

Well, golly!  6 out of 10 ain't bad.

Hi, ellie!

Could be how poorly things were worded, and then as retired intimated and I acknowleged # 2 & # 10 are a bit tricky...

Cordially, tjd

Ahh!  Yes they were, along with 2 others, in my cvase.

Right or wrong?

TJ is the judge...and he is not exoert at this, sooo...

The quiz was an attempt to bring those individuals – if any - sympathetic to things social-political Left, that may take the quiz and read the subsequent explanation to reason [i.e., towards moving towards things social-political Right i.e., towards rationality i.e., sanity…]; one of the weaknesses of  this attempt – apart from some bad wording – is that one can only hope to bring Leftists to an interest in the quiz and subsequent explanation…

 

What are the implications of the principles from whence social-political Right and social-political Left are derived?  

           

 

1.) Whose principles hold the value of human life to be sacred/inviolable, those of the social-political Right, or those of the social-political Left? Answer: “A” the social-political Right. Explanation see question 6; it is the social-political Left’s worldview from whence ideologies are manifest; this follows logically from their a priori reduction of reality to the subjective conscious mind; thus, nihilism/materialism/egoism are each corollaries with sentimentality assigning value/meaning in accordance with the individual mien/soul… Consequent of such conditions – given the Leftist soul untethered from objective reality, thereby reducing God and superlative virtues to contingencies of the individual soul – with its attendant vicissitudes – placing human life in the tenuous relation with human desire unfettered from the immovable rock of objective morality…    

 

2.) Are you more likely to be characterized and assigned to a group e.g., racist, sexist, liberal, socialist, communist, homophobe, Nazi et al, by an individual of the social-political Left, or the social-political Right? The answer is “B.” This answer is tricky, because both those on the social-political Left and the social-political Right homogenize and characterize their antagonists; Leftists characterize because they – for all practical purposes, their worldview moves them into the position of God; thus, they may name their ‘creations;’ those on the social-political Right have acquired the bad habit from both interaction with Leftists, and as a result of the institutions that formerly promoted and implicitly (sometimes explicitly) taught moral virtue have fallen silent…

 

3.) Is an individual of the social-political Left or one of the social-political Right that chooses Government force as a means of social change? The Answer is “C”. Those on the social-political Left cannot argue dialectically [i.e., reason from facts and definitions, whereby the logical circumscriptions of those facts and definitions obligate choice/action] – because reality does not obey their will, as they feel it should – and because Leftist by force-of-will cannot move their opponents to comply with Leftists designs, Leftists have- organically [occasionally by design] - insinuated themselves into sundry institutions [Leftists owned the University…], and pooled their resources so as to systematically game the Government and its supporting cast so as to favor the advance of things social-political Left…

 

4.) Which is more in disagreement with might-makes-right, those of the social-political Left, or the social-political Right? The answer is “B”. The social-political right is the antithesis of might-makes-right! In contrast this phrase is an exemplary incorporation of the fundamental value (only) the social-political Left. Behind the social-political Leftists façade of care-for-the-disadvantaged/disenfranchised is the insatiable desire to remake reality in accordance with the insatiable will-to-power!  

 

5.) Are those of the social-political Right, or those of the social-political Left, that are inclined to attempt to find a rational common ground - and employ reasoned argument - so as to amicably resolve disagreements? The answer: “D.” Those of the social-political Right implicitly – if not explicitly – understand each human being as a moral entity; as such each human must be treated as sovereign entities and thus; thus humans must not be coerced; each human possesses a free-will and the capacity to understand consistency and inconsistency. To “move” a moral agent (i.e., to get an individual moral being to change his/her view) one is obliged to appeal to the individual’s reason and understanding. The advance/delineation of “Truth” is the greatest advocate rational/moral beings may employ to bring accord! Such is an exemplary principle of the social-political Right!

 

6.) In, and by, their respective avowed principles are those of the social-political Right or those of the Social-political Left that subscribe to an irrational worldview? The answer is: “B.” A rational worldview is one which is measured independently – and above - all contingent measures; thus, such a view is beyond the competency of the empirical sciences. Moreover, all empirical science disciplines as with all knowledge disciplines presuppose (i.e., take-for-granted) reality ordered independently of the subjective conscious/will. The principle by which reality is objectively ordered must transcend that very order upon which that order depends; God has historically been the appellation given that transcendent principle… Rational beings advance – which has been demonstrated historically – by acting in accord (obedience) with the objective order! As we have provided a thumbnail sketch of what constitutes a rational worldview, we may induce the character /nature of existence which is manifest from abandonment of deference to the objective order and its implicit morality (i.e., natural law) as dystopia...

 

7.) Would Martin Luther King be a member – via principles - of the social-political Right or a member of the social-political Left? Answer: “C.” Martin Luther King Jr. was not only a Christian Minister; he was a registered Republican (surprise, Leftists!) and his public life was/is an epitomic testimony to the reasonable man and to Plato’s “man-of-justice.”

 

8.) Is it those on the social-political Left, or those on the social-political Right, that avow/embrace objective moral norms? Answer: “D.” Objective moral norms are the natural complement to objective order; those moral norms are merely rational limits which attend to individual existents and are made manifest to dispassionate reason reflecting upon that order… The Leftists – thoughtlessly (i.e., without thinking what things/activities will be manifest from the willy-nilly…) assert they are fine with ‘if-it-feels-good-do-it’ until things do not work, or work out as they had hoped; they then default to might-makes-right; as in “I’ll get you my pretty, and your little dog too!”.

 

9.) Which worldview, that of the social-political Right, or that of the social-political Left, is consonant – in agreement - with unalienable Rights and self-government? Answer: “D.” Each of the Founding Fathers were – like each of us humans – imperfect men, but they each accepted that reality was objectively ordered and thus, each implicitly – if not explicitly – unqualifiedly embraced the Laws-of-Nature and nature’s God (i.e., each was a member of what would come to be known and constitute the social-political Right); inalienable Rights are natural accompaniments…

 

10.) Which worldview social-political Right, or social-political Left, advocates that every human should get their due i.e., justice? The answer is: “A.” Justice – obtaining one’s due – is an attendant condition of moral beings. Only those on the social-political Right understand humans as individual sovereign moral beings and only those of the social-political Right can advocate justice for one and justice for all! Those of the social-political Left do not understand humans as moral beings, but instead understand aggregated/collected/grouped humans as a utilitarian means to POWER! Thus, the Leftists incessantly feigns concern for the disadvantaged, wherein the Leftist – if need be - creates grievances, suffered by the disenfranchised, which the Leftist then – publicly - proclaim as a cause for the Left to make right. The remedies generally involve empowering Leftists and denouncing those on the social-political Right as hatemongering bigots of some variety… The morality of the social-political Left is POWER, all else is mere means to that end/goal!

 

Sorry, if the questions were a badly worded/confused!

Cordially, tjd

 

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