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Michel Foucault - Evil degenerate

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We are not talking about the historic practice of arse-banditry. We are discussing the philosophical negation of common sense, moral standards and the very fabric of reality itself. Foucault and his fellow travelers tried to create a social milieu that supported their degenerate life styles by attempting to sway how people felt about the very nature of reality. They have succeed by and large, as it relates to matters of gender and how societal views related to the sexual exploitation of children are now changing.
You're giving to much credence to the genealogy of ideas as a driving force for social change.

When it comes to behaviors that might be described as 'degenerate', or maladaptive as I'd refer to them as, an increase in mutational load due to relaxed selection pressures is likely playing a decisive role.

 

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Would ya get up the yard!

There's no point in writing threads about the badness of intellectuals - that very few people have ever actually read - while you completely ignore the massive social changes brought about by Capitalism itself. It's as if you were desperately trying not to see the elephant in the room.
 

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And yet it was the Commies that put all the bandits into seminary training, as attested to by former communists like Bella Dodd. And it is surely just a 'cohencidence' that globalist ideals are suspiciously communal and socialistic in nature.

That's just mad Yank bullshit. You really need to stop reading that stuff. As for the communal ideas, Mark Zuckerberg never offered to share any of his wealth with me. Did he give any to you?
 

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That's some chasm of cause and effect you have crossed there. You will need to spend some time filling in the gaps, showing us (via all the rational steps) how having discretionary cash leads to banging children.

The ideology that you should be able to spend your cash as you wish, i.e. Capitalist Consumerism, leads to both killing children by abortion and to raping them.
 

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You're giving to much credence to the genealogy of ideas as a driving force for social change.

When it comes to behaviors that might be described as 'degenerate', or maladaptive as I'd refer to them as, an increase in mutational load due to relaxed selection pressures is likely playing a decisive role.
Foucault was a success in worldly terms. He also was not a physical weakling. I enjoyed your man in that video saying that Christian women in the UK are on average much better looking than militant atheist type females however his whole Dean Inge at his worst part doom porn part fey elitism Social Darwinist biological determinism is not that convincing.
 

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Well, you know what they say about arse-holes and opinions.

And it is the height of naivety, nay, self delusion to think that someones most cherished thoughts and habits don't impact their work, especially in the realm of philosophy and social critique.
Your posts are just your own opinions too. Your aphorism applies equally well to those!

I never said that foucault's "most cherished thoughts and habits" did not impact on his work
and I challenge you to link to where you believe I ever said this.
Good luck with that because it's just a straw man.

I never claimed to agree with foucault, or to even like the man or his writings. I don't.
But I do think it was good to read some of his writings and consider them.
If you cared to inquire before flinging faeces around like an irate monkey
I could have told you that.

The problem I have here is simply with the daft notion that if a person has failings, moral or otherwise as a human being
then their thoughts and ideas have no merit to discuss read or consider.
 

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Foucault was a completely bald man who regularly wore polo necks


Since he looked like a penis with a retracted foreskin I believe he was telegraphing the fact that he was a complete fucking prick
 
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Queer Theory's overarching goal is to be sought out as a lens or tool to deconstruct the existing monolithic ideals of social norms and taxonomies; as well as, how these norms came into being and why.[8] The view is that these notions and norms are rigid organizing categories that do not sufficiently explain different attitudes, behaviors, or conditions of individual experiences. In addition, it analyzes the correlation between power distribution and identification while understanding the multifarious facets of oppression and privilege. Feminist and Queer Theory are seen as applicable concepts that provide a framework to explore these issues rather than as an identity to those in the community. Queer is an umbrella term for those not only deemed sexually deviant, but also used to describe those who feel marginalized as a result of standard social practices. It is a “site of permanent becoming” (Giffney, 2004).[9]

The term queer theory was introduced in 1990, with Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick, Judith Butler, Adrienne Rich and Diana Fuss (all largely following the work of Michel Foucault) being among its foundational proponents.
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Queer theory explores and contests the categorization of gender and sexuality. If identities are not fixed, they cannot be categorized and labeled, because identities consist of many varied components, so categorization by one characteristic is incomplete, and there is an interval between what a subject "does" (role-taking) and what a subject "is" (the self). This opposition destabilizes identity categories, which are designed to identify the "sexed subject" and place individuals within a single restrictive sexual orientation.
Queer theory has a long relationship with pedophilia. The founding document of queer theory, Thinking Sex by Gayle Rubin, is about 50 percent an apologia for pedophilia, with lines like “Like communists and homosexuals in the 1950s, boylovers are so stigmatized that it is difficult to find defenders for their civil liberties, let alone for their erotic orientation.” That’s a not atypical line from the piece. Michel Foucault, the godfather of queer theory, argued strongly for the elimination of age of consent laws, as in down to infants. the most important and influential queer theorist living today: Judith Butler, in her 2004 book Undoing Gender, wrote, “It is not necessary to figure parent-child incest as a unilateral impingement on the child by the parent, since whatever impingement takes place will also be registered within the sphere of fantasy. In fact, to understand the violation that incest can beand also to distinguish between those occasions of incest that are violation and those that are notit is unnecessary to figure the body of the child exclusively as a surface imposed upon from the outside.”[1] So here she is arguing that sometimes parent-child incest is not a violation.

She also wrote, “The reification of the child’s body as passive surface would thus constitute, at a theoretical level, a further deprivation of the child: the deprivation of psychic life.”[2] This is the same old pro-pedo argument we’ve seen so many times already: if you perceive children who are being fucked/raped by adults as the victims of sexual abuse then you are objectifying the child.
And she wrote, “So I keep adding this qualification: ‘when incest is a violation,’ suggesting that I think that there may be occasions in which it is not. Why would I talk that way? Well, I do think that there are probably forms of incest that are not necessarily traumatic or which gain their traumatic character by virtue of the cTonsciousness of social shame that they produce.”[3] And there we go again, with the same old pro-pedo notion that it’s not the child rape that is harmful: it’s the social stigma that is harmful.
And to bring it all home, she suggests that prohibiting parent/child incest is in itself harmful: “It might, then, be necessary to rethink the prohibition on incest as that which sometimes protects against a violation, and sometimes becomes the very instrument of a violation.”[4]
She is easily the most influential living queer theorist.
So much of the crazy today is inspired by these degenerates, all around deconstructing norms and validating deviancy. Lots of total nutcases associated with the above and lots of them pro pedo, and its in the education system and media in the west more and more each passing day.
 
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That's just mad Yank bullshit. You really need to stop reading that stuff. As for the communal ideas, Mark Zuckerberg never offered to share any of his wealth with me. Did he give any to you?
Since when have Commie leaders ever shared the wealth they steal ?
Ya mad yoke :LOL:
 
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