A global, universal rebellion as the only rational, no-violent, undogmatic and viable

Reply Fri 29 Aug, 2008 02:07 am
  • According to my judgment, a global rebellion is the only rational, non-violent, a-dogmatic, and viable.
  • Firstly, all humanity's domain is reasoning's' domain, so it is where all the universal values like peace, equality, justice and freedom are viable.
  • Secondly, in a global scale negativity cannot exist, since there are no real opponents-since the rebellion is progressive - no violence can possibly occur.
  • Furthermore, no dogmas can survive the universal scale , because the universal domain can not accept irrationality or negativity , which build the environment that dogmas and communalism are created
  • Finally, a global rebellion is the only viable, because only the above prerequisites can provide the necessary conditions for a sustainable rebellion and the realization of Universal man, which is the product of the collective, universal consciousness as well as the Renaissance symbol.
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Reply Fri 29 Aug, 2008 12:26 pm
I have to ask first, did you learn this through some kind of culture exchange program in Russia?

As for the content:

(1) Peace, equality, justice and freedom are not univeral values, nor universally accepted values.

(2) The only way this could be non-violent would be if everyone was part of the rebllion, in which case, what would they be rebelling against? It would be more of a sudden change in opinion than a revolt.

(3) What do you consider a dogma? Isn't this new system that would be introduced, based on those several 'universal values', dogmatic. Or do you simply consider the right belief to be adogmatic?

(4) I don't really see your point; what do you mean by viable? I certainly do not think that a global/universal revolt against whatever is likely, practical, useful or desirable.
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