Speculative Objectivism As A Tempered Response’s to Reality’s Innate Vagueness
Reality is innately vague. Our focused understanding is only a paradoxical necessity of a universe that bullshits.
Bullshit the abyss and the abyss will bullshit right back. Stare at the abyss and you’ll see it stay bullshitting.
Bullshit gets hard, it turns to dogma. From this dogma, we get religious mysticism (my people are better than yours, your people are dirty and unblessed, etc).
To deny religious mysticism is to be attacked by fundamentalists: Oh you piece of shit, how dare you attack my people. My people are good people, ignoring the bad. But everyone is bad. What about the unblessed outsiders? They are worst.
What’s the response we hear from the vague? Uh, look dude. I’m not sure what this world is about. From what I’ve gathered, however, your conclusion is mostly bullshit and just distorts economic necessity that coincide with having your people comfy and telling everyone else to fuck off.
And we recognize this as a legitimate response.
Here we hear another attack from the fundamentalist: What when science is wrong, then? Your holistic, entired science fails you only reflects on your own failure.
The vague: No, because the objectivism we, the vague, entertain is only objective insofar as it is speculated. And it’s only speculated insofar as it’s necessary. It’s only necessary insofar as everyone is given an even playing field. Evenness balanced by an agreed upon floor. Even the unblessed can stand here.
Fundie: The real world is death. We say outright: the unblessed can die and suffer. There is no floor or limit to what these humans deserve. Depraved of every goodness, even. The only difference between us and the vague is that we don’t turn our head to the inevitable. Someone has to suffer. Someone has to go through pain for my luxuries and my luxuries are a necessity.
The vague: That’s wrong.