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    For reasons of commodity to the reader and to myself I will be dividing my ideology in principles, which will be headed by sentences, if I can get my head over them.

    1. I am not in the mental state to bear an unequivocal truth

    I do not believe anything to be completely true, as Descartes said we can only say our own though is true, not our stimulus. For me this is the most important principle, everything I believe is just that, a belief, a though, a reaction to given stimulus, stimulus which can be redefined as experience, therefore I can't blame anyone for not thinking as I do.

    I do blame those who claim to be a solution to all of our problems, and/or don't advert for negative consequences of their movements. This people believe in their own mind as the greatest processor ever, which will surely fix everything which generations and generations of people couldn't because of some braindead reason. This is condescension, one of human's utterly shits.

    All of this said I don't and can't declare my ideas as a sure solution to one's problems, but at least it is what I believe to have been mine.

    2. My fight is but a war, there is no loss, I don't need to win

    If politics are about commitment (selling your ideals, in exchange of power, One has to play the game to win it), and if philosophy is about proselytizing, then my ideals are not politics or philosophy. My ideals don't want to succeed or reach everyone, my ideals won't shapeshift to follow what the people ask for, my ideals are but populist.

    The only intent of my ideals is so that its followers are happy, or at least try to. All I want is know that I've tried to change the world, without changing my ideals just to convince more people. I hate Schopenhauer, the thing which makes me hate him the most is his defeatism, he believes people should not try to be happier because at the end the suffering will always be over the pleasure. This is why many people give up their philosophies, just because they are improbable, or because the majority won't follow them. But for me the truth is I don't care about the majority, I just am happy with knowing I've tried it, I've followed my cause.

    3. Kafka is humanity's best chronicler

    Many may define Kafkaesque as an extremely uncomfortable (even tragic) situation, usually having been driven to by different actions (of the one who suffers said situation or of others), leading to absurdity. To this common definition there's one thing to be added, the fact that whoever finds himself in a Kafkaesque situation can easily get out of it, but chooses not to.

    This is key as most of human's problems could be easily be solved by simply choosing to change something, for example:

    ''I am unhappy, I haven't got enough time for myself with all this work. I wish I could live in the countryside, own a farm and have a much more peaceful life''
    
    Our friend here did five years of college, just to get a degree he doesn't really like that much. He just got a great job which was really difficult for him to get, and which generates a lot of money, problem is his job doesn't fulfill him, in fact, for him his job is tedious, not even difficult, but just boring, he feels he's loosing he's time (which is pretty limited).

    Then why doesn't he just leave his job? Well, in Economy there's a term for what's keeping him tied to his life, that is a Sunk Cost, he has lost five years of his time, and all effort and time that has led him to his current life is already lost. Now, a reasoning mind, would not continue there, why would anyone want to keep loosing time and effort in things which are meaningless for them? That's where I've got you, when you're the one in that situation you aren't really a reasonable person, but a feeling one, you feel fear of the truth of having lost all of that, and prefer to live in ignorance.

    So, our friend's situation is clearly a Kafkaesque one, he is in a rather tragic situation, to which he has been driven by many factors we can't get into right now, and more importantly in a situation he refuses to leave.
    As a conclusion to this section, don't ever feel tied to your past, if you are in our friend's situation sell everything you own, buy a farm and watch a YouTube tutorial on how to run it.


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