Transgenderism as living in the ontic Excess as free will.

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Transgenderism as living in the ontic Excess as free will.

Postby Fixed Cross » Wed Nov 01, 2017 11:27 pm

There is a theory postulated by Joseph Chambers a.k.a. Parodites, which configures into the implications of VO and wonderfully explicates these in terms I could never have divined - the interaction of the pure differences that are known to the value philosopher as self-valuings is not itself directly ontic or fixed, rather it is the perpetual conditioning of the self-valuings to each other without reconciling or reducing. It is the friction, essentially, who itself becomes the spirit, the movement, the thing that is in between al the dead things and embeds life and other phenomena.

This insight scales. We can also take the biological necessities of the sexes as the relatively ontic state and that which happens between them as the Excessus, a kind of author of possibility wherein things that may not comply with the root-laws take place, because they are temporal fleeting, of no consequence to the realm governed by these laws; they are ont top of it. In this sense the transgender is a "Uebermensch" - likely not one to Nietzsches tastes, but nonetheless it is skating that exists as a virtue of man having exhausted himself and some specimens not contending themselves with the state of affairs as biology prescribes.

Im not writing this for 1001, but because Ive now actually had the pleasure of acquainting a transgender person - a man who has become in some ways a woman - and this is a hell of a good guy, simply not a woman, sorry, but very cool in all his trying to be. I can see this person is happy with his change and being exceptionally productive in civilization because some ancient sex-hangup has been resolved. His sex is truly a private issue now, not belonging to nature but to his own will, which has pretty much set itself free by this act.

Weird. But I am glad, as it provides a lot of hope in fact for civilization that transgenderism can be a symptom of a new sort of life breathing into the will. People aren't as selfish anymore to simply want to breed, they actually want to create. Surely I have the pleasure of still being selfish - I now see this conservative drive to be what I was born as, as my personal attachment. Thats very cool. I don't belong to anyone either. Just to my choice of being myself.

I must seriously note that none of this is based on anything Chambers might have written. His philosophy orients fruitfully on the Daemonism between the sexes. It is simply the case that this theory reveals all sorts of phenomena in contexts of laws that are actually predictive.
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Re: Transgenderism as living in the ontic Excess as free wil

Postby Fixed Cross » Wed Nov 01, 2017 11:33 pm

Where a gay person is often likely to orient more on society than on himself, as in gay people there is unfortunately still a predominance to self-loating and escapist routines, a transgender person escapes his escapism and simply cuts the chord to what another tries to hide from. It would be a hell ride to arrive at the decision, or a purgatory in any case. I am relieved to be able to value these resolutions, when they are arrived at through a personal and private struggle and not given in by parents or ideology, in terms of the will of the world.

Oh yeah there is such a thing. The Will of the World is value ontology. It is the philosophy of the internet.
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