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better not be including philosophy in that "humanities" shit. i will fuck you up
Iunno, my Philosophy teacher is preeeeeeetty damn quick to jump to Social Justice
meh, a lotta philosophers tend to be pretty liberal nowadays, but there's a lot to the SJW ideology (if it can be called that; its a collection of many different ideas, few of which are concrete or wholly accepted as a part of their doctrine) that makes literally no sense to begin with or becomes self refuting when the view point is considered as a whole (e.g. your gender is an innate, immutable expression of your identity (which is somehow capable of spontaneous change), yet, gender is a social construct, meaning you have no innate sense of gender identity and it is learned and ascribed to you extrinsically. also the really basic problem of claiming to be ANY gender when claiming gender its self is a social construct (true or false dont apply to social constructs, as they do not make a statement about about the world that can be verified as true or false, because its a social construct and not a part of the world) or how gender roles are sexist yet seem necessary to determining your gender (as simply knowing a priori is pretty much impossible how ever you cut it, as you would require knowledge of what it is like to be
1. a man and
2. a woman (or hemi-demi-semi-queer or whatever)
if you are MtF for example, this means you must know what it is like to be a woman, but that means you must know what being a man feels like too, otherwise, how would you know that how you felt is how women feel? but then; how can you know what it is like to be a man if you know for a fact you're a woman?)
Honestly, i dont think there have been any pure, hardcore philosophical papers or arguments presented about this subject, which is by its nature, very philosophical (ontology and epistemology play a big part in all this). To be fair, i think this is because alot of the "sjw" stuff is wholly focused on emotivism (which basically makes any logical discourse difficult, as it removes any need to actually tell the truth or have valid arguments, provided you can manipulate whoever's listening into agreeing with you) so most philosophers probably kept as far the fuck away from this shit as they could.
Jesus fuck, id be suprised if anyone if anyone can follow this poorly worded, meandering, parentheses ridden block of fuck, but there are a lot of difficult concepts with ultraspecific technical language, which is why there needs to be more philosophy about this shit...
Damn. That's one hell of a response.
I didn't mean to start a huge discussion X3
But yeah, I can definitely see what you mean.
Ethos is the flavor of the day, instead of Logic.
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He died fighting for this country while you jerk off to anime girls. Bless this man rest in peace he did more than you ever will
so even though he was an absolutely repugnant person, who did awful things to children much younger than him, routinely beat his girlfriend, and regularly commented about how easy soldiers make money, I should just throw all of this aside and honor his shitstain of a memory just because he died "defending our country" from a bunch of ak toting goat fuckers?
no, fuck you, and fuck him. Respect is earned, and nothing he ever did warranted any respect from anyone.
well most bullies are dumb as shit, he probably dropped the nade and threw the pin
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Yeah, that's why I stated to not do that in the guide. If someone doesn't hyperventilate into the balloon, thus significantly diluting the N2O in the balloon as well as not giving it the time it needs to be absorbed by their lungs, it will get them WAAAAAAAYYYYYY higher for the same amount of N2O.
Also, a vast majority of the time if a person's body detects critically low levels of oxygen it will make said person pass out. Our bodies have evolved to force us to stop doing things that can be harmful to us. So as long as nobody blocks both their airways, or ties anything around their necks, they should be just fine. It's very unusual to see an unconscious person continuing to hyperventilate into a balloon...
But yes, I didn't think it needed to be said, but take a breath in between balloons. Wonderful suggestions bloorajah.
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