The Depths of Narcissus

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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby promethean75 » Sat Dec 21, 2019 8:39 pm

To know one's self is to know the entirely. The primal. The irrational. That which dare not reveal itself - sometimes not even to itself.


the only part of the 'self' that is irrational or not is in reasoning, where language and the logic of grammar combine and work in tandem... hence why we don't call physical things 'rational' or 'irrational', but only thoughts, conclusions, motivations, expectations and the like.

moreover, the theory that there is an effective subconscious realm that guides and gives intention to thoughts we are conscious of, presumes the subconscious is able to give intentional direction to what arrives in consciousness as a result of its influence. but again, anything below or before the stage of conscious reasoning can't be rational or irrational simply because it doesn't take place in language. so there is no 'irrational self' waiting to be discovered and accepted through some kind of philosophical method of 'knowing thyself'. rather, it's the interpreter who places those monsters there himself (freud and jung often did this) by utilizing lines of reasoning that attempt to describe behaviors as being motivated by secondary intentional influences (the subconscious). these psychologist's mistakes are either made honestly by being ignorant of this impossibility, or by doing what nietzsche once called 'trying to pull into the foreground everything despicable about man'... which, on account of there being no possibility of a subconsciousness directing behavior, only reflects the malevolent intentions of the psychologist to belittle his subject.

self deception exists, ironically, in believing that there is an irrational aspect to some part of man that must be discovered below and underneath his lucid self. rather it's because man needs to believe there is more depth and substance to his being/behavior than simply being the consequence of multiple, non-teleological causes pushing and pulling him about for no reason. he delights in thinking himself a secret even to himself, then believes he becomes the philosopher when he goes to investigate what he thinks is there, but is not. for you this is especially obvious, as you fancy yourself as a psychologist who reveals for us 'the hidden essence of everyone's degeneracy' with all kinds of philosophical word salads and language games that are't the least bit empirical. but that's just it; what is available empirically about human nature and the 'self' is incredibly simple and doesn't allow one to project their own confusions, misgivings and malcontent onto it. for that reason, philosophy has a very limited role here... and philosophers hate that. especially the misanthropic type.

One of the central notions connected with that of the for-itself is the idea of bad faith, or self-deception. Bad faith is Sartre's replacement for the Freudian notion of the unconscious. Bad faith for Sartre is false reflection on my own mental states; a systematic self-deception about the nature of the pre-reflective basis for reflection (which is, of course, for Sartre, appearances or projections of the real world). So, if for example I hate my father but do not admit it to myself, Freud would say that my hatred of my father is an unconscious mental state, which systematically effects my behavior, but which cannot be made conscious without deep analysis and the uncovering of the psychogenesis of that hatred.

Sartre, on the other hand, rejects the notion of the unconscious entirely. For Sartre, this situation would be described as one in which I (consciously) hate my father, and am conscious --- non-thetically --- of that hatred and its object. But in reflecting, I lie to myself, and tell myself that I don't really hate my father. My non-thetic consciousness is of hating my father; but my reflective, thetic consciousness of self --- my consciousness of my self as an (empirical) object --- is that of me as not hating my father. This distortion is imposed because of a desire to not hate my father, and reflection then is twisted by that desire. But I am fully (if non-thetically) conscious of hating my father --- that is, my consciousness sometimes has the form of a hatred of Dad.


see section on 'bad faith': https://www.albany.edu/~ron/papers/sartre.html

nothing is given to judgement and reason except what comes immediately to consciousness, and the entire subterranean world of supposed unconscious desires and motivations exists as nothing more than inert physical states (neither rational or irrational), without purpose, reason, intention or desire. one does not not 'know thyself' because they haven't yet let some pseudo-psychologist implant in them reprehensible feelings of doubt, fear, shame, and the like, and feel they need to 'examine' themselves. no. one doesn't 'know thyself' because there is no depth or substance to this instruction. there is no 'self' to be searched for here. at least not the kind of 'self' these wind-bags are looking for.

ain't that a wonderful irony? all this time they thought 'know thyself' was the hardest of things to do. in fact, discovering and accepting that there is very little 'self' here to be known, is the hardest of philosophical admissions. but not everyone has the minerals to be a nihilist.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Sat Dec 21, 2019 10:47 pm

Except the idea that there is primal re cognition of displacement of irresovable pre reflective elements of what supposed to be a recog is able set of elements in rcogmatipn of the primal gaps of a quisituon of knowledge.

The k knowledge of primary identification of primary motives under lying the procedure to recognize the comparative phase of
identification via the program of
unacquired sets of inherited characteristics, whereby the original intent is established.

The evidence for that lays the structural indifference between what model of reified requirement or conditions which arguably can be entailed.

The fight or flight mechanism was pre eminent within the domain of a reducible flow of even a re instruction of available knowledge. based on the evidentiary de instruction of available data.

Can a judicious modern person use this with an analogous set of pro n.a.?bilities ?


It is not at all above the convolution of what is in 'evidence' as a probable conviction.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:00 pm

Yeah...what he said.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:07 pm

Aegean wrote:Yeah...what he said.




But he said was in a conjectural set of perceptive autonomous judgements. that is yet to be simulated in a cohesive Set, of phenomenal intentionality.

What that was grounded in, remains an enigma.

Lets see, how that corresponds to sets of re integrated criteria. Most would welcome a release from such an obligation at best, or a requirement at worst.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:07 pm

I was referring to you.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:15 pm

Aegean wrote:I was referring to you.



There, reference is am inference , a con lecture, that is analogous to the difference between ideal and prescriptive general interpretations.
I hazard an absolute identification between the One and the other, as a mere calculated effort to collude the two.

But in fact , they are different as The Baptist is from the baptismal.
And thank You to point that out, if that was your intention.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Aegean » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:17 pm

Haven't I made that point in the thread Ideal vs Real?
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Sat Dec 21, 2019 11:45 pm

Aegean wrote:Haven't I made that point in the thread Ideal vs Real?



You know, the continuity may be reestablished by my review of that, but if that supposition stands, there may still be a point of agency of arguability, wether the credible justification of that is sufficient.

But assuming that is justified, can there remain a difference that overcomes absolute ideas of reference?

So may I grant you as much?

If not, then is there sense to a view which succeeds in the jump from belief to truth? Or like the condemned of Althea , is there an wywrnal Faustian doubt as to , whether Odessyus learned from that experience of primary vision?

I am not as idiotic to resign my self to remaining in a self constrained residence to a depth that can not bear the it's own recogniscence.

That would be placed in the grayish shadow world of the unrecognizable.

By matter of the principle of the power of the will, that is out of the question.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Aegean » Sun Dec 22, 2019 12:14 am

The world is unconceivable.
The eye interprets, the mind interprets again, each time distancing from the source.
Art is all we have. Being lost in it, is a man's final escape. Being lost in himself, hoping he's seen enough to stay alive for a little longer, as he crawls into his own mind.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Sun Dec 22, 2019 12:27 am

Aegean wrote:The world is unconceivable.
The eye interprets, the mind interprets again, each time distancing from the source.
Art is all we have. Being lost in it, is a man's final escape. Being lost in himself, hoping he's seen enough to stay alive for a little longer, as he crawls into his own mind.



And that may be a position most of us are finding ourselves in, the grayish ego ridden area of pragmatic utilitarian hope for a betterment, without reliance to facts to cover our tracts for a possible retraction of record, an existential jump into an uncertain future.
An existential contraption, yes, but one with more promise then the mere empty reactionary naive symbolism which the inexperienced is tantalize with on very shallow basis of modeling.
Such occurs very early, and is set almost in stone, as the endearing qualities with which to support the earliest signifier, as significant other.

Such seeming insignificance of early and adaptable qualifications, gain momentum by the numbers.

That is, where the politics of inexperience can lead us.

Contraversally, the opposition may incline a formative channel as well, but like two stellar entities ; one is a shining star, the other a burnt one an appearent a black hole , one will incorporate the other.



Then significance of what is reformed. The judgement day, is almost a far gone conclusion.

Altogether they either diminish, or signify a becoming.

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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby MagsJ » Sat Mar 14, 2020 9:34 pm

I put to you.. anyone who reads this post, that narcissism is simply a form of self-awareness?
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby promethean75 » Sun Mar 15, 2020 12:17 am

I swear I said a bit about narcissism a while back to clear up the clumsy use of the term in the mouths of psychologists. As a concept it's been given a bad rap, and as a healthy narcissist I felt obligated to come to narcissisms defense. Where was it... hold on a minute...

Kay. Here it is.

i stopped calling anyone a 'narcissist' with pejorative connotations a long time ago, due to a moment of insight that suddenly seized me, at which point i shouted 'eureka'; the measure of the excessiveness of someone's pride, or vanity, or grandiosity, is not something that can be assessed by another person. if such an attempt is made, all that will be revealed is the criticizer's vulnerability to the threat of his own shortcomings by comparison. the very notion of narcissism, whether clinal (as in the DSM) or out of some philosophical narrative, springs directly from resentment and in some cases ressentiment. and here's why.

that someone appears excessive in the above things, isn't an indication of how he truly feels about himself. it may be that to you he appears obnoxious, arrogant, what have you, but what if that person, while maybe feeling superior to you, still isn't satisfied with himself? 'ah', you say. i think i see where this is going.

joe is an awesome athlete, and quite proud of his talents. so much so that he would not hesitate to say 'i'm better than you'... but what we don't know about joe is that he, himself, thinks he could be better, could improve, and that by comparison to still others (but not you), he thinks he's woefully inferior.

now which is any evidence of the true measure of joe's vanity and/or pride here? how we feel when we resent the fact that he thinks he's better than us, or how joe feels when he examines himself and realizes his disatisfaction with himself and desire to improve?

see what just happened there? to call someone's pride and vanity excessive can only mean 'we are offended by his confidence'. it cannot mean we've identified some unjustified and over exaggerated sense of importance or value in joe's mind. joe really becomes quite modest when he is critical of himself. it's only compared to you that he is better... something you resent. and he shall not be aware of his superiority, for that would be narcissistic and unfair!

the doctrine of narcissism, along with being so many obscure and ambiguous narratives in clinical psychology, is nothing more than a blanket-statement to categorize anyone who tries to distance himself from the herd. the same goes for that pseudo-diagnosis 'sociopath'. sociopathology is the resentment doctrine of narcissism taken to the fifth power. it's rests fundamentally on the grey area between organic disease and 'mental disorder'. because psychologists can't argue on a scientific level that an alleged organic condition of sociopathology is a trait that can't promote the 'fitness level' in strictly biological terms, they resort to moralizing... and call it a 'mental disorder'.

be weary of anyone who calls you a narcissist, and remind them that despite your superiority to them, there is always more room for improvement in yourself. instead, look for those who are fellow narcissists... exceptional people with extraordinary talents, and are certain enough of themselves to not even notice the arrogance of others. not because they don't notice, but because they can't notice, on account of them not being able to feel threatened or resentful of someone else.

few things are more adorable then two modest narcissists working together to improve themselves even more.

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it would really come down to this; if you can say you've found someone who genuinely feels that they have no room for improvement, then you can say you've found a narcissist. good luck with that. see even the most clearly undeserving of the vanity they have - [insert any cRap artist, for instance] - still are not completely satisfied with themselves and whether secretly or not, are not as great as they really want to be.

and if there is nothing worth the merit of one's pride, which we find excessive, what exactly is the problem? we've merely found a fake narcissist, and this is even worse! it is an insult to the true narcissist!


Seems like I was basically saying that most usually narcissism as criticism isn't insightful enough and probably just from someone drinking haterade. What they talkin bout are poser narcissists, not healthy narcissists who are the most modest and humble where it really counts.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Sun Mar 15, 2020 5:48 pm

Makes some sense, after all narcissism , philosophical, modest, vampiric, or what exactly, basically for into the most general criteria of insight, namely that which runs along each and every degree of continuum related self esteem. It does not matter of it is poignant and.carefully designated , with minimum reliance on whether it's genesis lies on an indigenous process or , it has some exterior effective causal derivitive.

An assessment can be made whether it's inception was consistent with an intentional causal reference.to basically reassert the once meaningful assurance to reassert a being that was taken fraudulently , by exogenic factor, which down the line may have been removed from it's conscious element, and as such became open to more insight by upgraded analysis , in pro per, or by some one else.
The structural hierarchy pointed out above, at.the minimum signals a need to assess a prima facea case of determining intentional or, unplanned gestures of posing in good or bad faith to paint a picture of determinate or unfounded narcissistic personality.


Be as it may, at the most archaic level, even for an advanced.thinker, it is difficult to write this down , in any other general terms, other then as in primally defensive gestures, such as denial and projection, since higher intelligences may be driven more.by needs.of.association then it's opposite.

This distinction may be narrow or broad, and even within that structural meaning it is hard to define a narrative whether it is more pointed toward an affective or effective compensation or, whether it really is merely an effort to recompense , to affect or to effectively regain a structural decomposite change, either long lasting and become fairly rigid , or it has possible openings , or niches, that can decompose lost variable associations.

The whole idea ultimately rests on the fact that preliminary prima faciae evaluations are impossible, and assertions on the contrary usually indicate a failure on part, or in part( my favorite starting point) to transact without using the compensation by the archaic methods pointed to above.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Tab » Sun Mar 15, 2020 6:30 pm

I used to be a narcissist until I worked out I was better than that.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Sun Mar 15, 2020 6:31 pm

Tab wrote:I used to be a narcissist until I worked out I was better than that.




Ha ha , Good one Tabby ! ( and don't be hurt, it was captain crunk. who called You that first, and I think it may be a good fit as well)



Perfect fit for one being deeply shallow.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby MagsJ » Sun Mar 15, 2020 6:42 pm

Meno_ wrote:
Tab wrote:I used to be a narcissist until I worked out I was better than that.
Ha ha , Good one Tabby !

Perfect fit for being deeply shallow.

That’s the most narcissistic thing anyone could have ever said Tab.. was that your intent? :P lol
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

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Re: The Depths of Narcissus

Postby Meno_ » Thu Mar 19, 2020 7:31 pm

{The most unlikable fellow}

Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking - Susan Cain (2012)

Part I. THE EXTROVERT IDEAL

Chapter 1. THE RISE OF THE “MIGHTY LIKEABLE FELLOW”

How Extroversion Became the Cultural Ideal

Strangers’ eyes, keen and critical.
Can you meet them proudly—confidently—without fear?
—PRINT ADVERTISEMENT FOR WOODBURY’S SOAP, 1922

The date: 1902. The place: Harmony Church, Missouri, a tiny, dot-on-the-map town located on a floodplain a hundred miles from Kansas City. Our young protagonist: a good-natured but insecure high school student named Dale.

Skinny, unathletic, and fretful, Dale is the son of a morally upright but perpetually bankrupt pig farmer. He respects his parents but dreads following in their poverty-stricken footsteps. Dale worries about other things, too: thunder and lightning, going to hell, and being tongue-tied at crucial moments. He even fears his wedding day: What if he can’t think of anything to say to his future bride?

One day a Chautauqua speaker comes to town. The Chautauqua movement, born in 1873 and based in upstate New York, sends gifted speakers across the country to lecture on literature, science, and religion. Rural Americans prize these presenters for the whiff of glamour they bring from the outside world—and their power to mesmerize an audience. This particular speaker captivates the young Dale with his own rags-to-riches tale: once he’d been a lowly farm boy with a bleak future, but he developed a charismatic speaking style and took the stage at Chautauqua. Dale hangs on his every word.

A few years later, Dale is again impressed by the value of public speaking. His family moves to a farm three miles outside of Warrensburg, Missouri, so he can attend college there without paying room and board. Dale observes that the students who win campus speaking contests are seen as leaders, and he resolves to be one of them. He signs up for every contest and rushes home at night to practice. Again and again he loses; Dale is dogged, but not much of an orator. Eventually, though, his efforts begin to pay off. He transforms himself into a speaking champion and campus hero. Other students turn to him for speech lessons; he trains them and they start winning, too.

By the time Dale leaves college in 1908, his parents are still poor, but corporate America is booming. Henry Ford is selling Model Ts like griddle cakes, using the slogan “for business and for pleasure.” J.C. Penney, Woolworth, and Sears Roebuck have become household names. Electricity lights up the homes of the middle class; indoor plumbing spares them midnight trips to the outhouse.

The new economy calls for a new kind of man—a salesman, a social operator, someone with a ready smile, a masterful handshake, and the ability to get along with colleagues while simultaneously outshining them. Dale joins the swelling ranks of salesmen, heading out on the road with few possessions but his silver tongue.

Dale’s last name is Carnegie (Carnagey, actually; he changes the spelling later, likely to evoke Andrew, the great industrialist). After a few grueling years selling beef for Armour and Company, he sets up shop as a public-speaking teacher. Carnegie holds his first class at a YMCA night school on 125th Street in New York City. He asks for the usual two-dollars-per-session salary for night school teachers. The Y’s director, doubting that a public-speaking class will generate much interest, refuses to pay that kind of money.

But the class is an overnight sensation, and Carnegie goes on to found the Dale Carnegie Institute, dedicated to helping businessmen root out the very insecurities that had held him back as a young man. In 1913 he publishes his first book, Public Speaking and Influencing Men in Business. “In the days when pianos and bathrooms were luxuries,” Carnegie writes, “men regarded ability in speaking as a peculiar gift, needed only by the lawyer, clergyman, or statesman. Today we have come to realize that it is the indispensable weapon of those who would forge ahead in the keen competition of business.”



Carnegie’s metamorphosis from farmboy to salesman to public-speaking icon is also the story of the rise of the Extrovert Ideal. Carnegie’s journey reflected a cultural evolution that reached a tipping point around the turn of the twentieth century, changing forever who we are and whom we admire, how we act at job interviews and what we look for in an employee, how we court our mates and raise our children. America had shifted from what the influential cultural historian Warren Susman called a Culture of Character to a Culture of Personality—and opened up a Pandora’s Box of personal anxieties from which we would never quite recover.

In the Culture of Character, the ideal self was serious, disciplined, and honorable. What counted was not so much the impression one made in public as how one behaved in private. The word personality didn’t exist in English until the eighteenth century, and the idea of “having a good personality” was not widespread until the twentieth.

But when they embraced the Culture of Personality, Americans started to focus on how others perceived them. They became captivated by people who were bold and entertaining. “The social role demanded of all in the new Culture of Personality was that of a performer,” Susman famously wrote. “Every American was to become a performing self.”

The rise of industrial America was a major force behind this cultural evolution. The nation quickly developed from an agricultural society of little houses on the prairie to an urbanized, “the business of America is business” powerhouse. In the country’s early days, most Americans lived like Dale Carnegie’s family, on farms or in small towns, interacting with people they’d known since childhood. But when the twentieth century arrived, a perfect storm of big business, urbanization, and mass immigration blew the population into the cities. In 1790, only 3 percent of Americans lived in cities; in 1840, only 8 percent did; by 1920, more than a third of the country were urbanites. “We cannot all live in cities,” wrote the news editor Horace Greeley in 1867, “yet nearly all seem determined to do so.”

Americans found themselves working no longer with neighbors but with strangers. “Citizens” morphed into “employees,” facing the question of how to make a good impression on people to whom they had no civic or family ties. “The reasons why one man gained a promotion or one woman suffered a social snub,” writes the historian Roland Marchand, “had become less explicable on grounds of long-standing favoritism or old family feuds. In the increasingly anonymous business and social relationships of the age, one might suspect that anything—including a first impression—had made the crucial difference.” Americans responded to these pressures by trying to become salesmen who could sell not only their company’s latest gizmo but also themselves.

One of the most powerful lenses through which to view the transformation from Character to Personality is the self-help tradition in which Dale Carnegie played such a prominent role. Self-help books have always loomed large in the American psyche. Many of the earliest conduct guides were religious parables, like The Pilgrim’s Progress, published in 1678, which warned readers to behave with restraint if they wanted to make it into heaven. The advice manuals of the nineteenth century were less religious but still preached the value of a noble character. They featured case studies of historical heroes like Abraham Lincoln, revered not only as a gifted communicator but also as a modest man who did not, as Ralph Waldo Emerson put it, “offend by superiority.” They also celebrated regular people who lived highly moral lives. A popular 1899 manual called Character: The Grandest Thing in the Worldfeatured a timid shop girl who gave away her meager earnings to a freezing beggar, then rushed off before anyone could see what she’d done. Her virtue, the reader understood, derived not only from her generosity but also from her wish to remain anonymous.

But by 1920, popular self-help guides had changed their focus from inner virtue to outer charm—“to know what to say and how to say it,” as one manual put it. “To create a personality is power,” advised another. “Try in every way to have a ready command of the manners which make people think ‘he’s a mighty likeable fellow,’ ” said a third. “That is the beginning of a reputation for personality.” Success magazine and The Saturday Evening Postintroduced departments instructing readers on the art of conversation. The same author, Orison Swett Marden, who wrote Character: The Grandest Thing in the World in 1899, produced another popular title in 1921. It was called Masterful Personality.

Many of these guides were written for businessmen, but women were also urged to work on a mysterious quality called “fascination.” Coming of age in the 1920s was such a competitive business compared to what their grandmothers had experienced, warned one beauty guide, that they had to be visibly charismatic: “People who pass us on the street can’t know that we’re clever and charming unless we look it.”

Such advice—ostensibly meant to improve people’s lives—must have made even reasonably confident people uneasy. Susman counted the words that appeared most frequently in the personality-driven advice manuals of the early twentieth century and compared them to the character guides of the nineteenth century. The earlier guides emphasized attributes that anyone could work on improving, described by words like

Citizenship
Duty
Work
Golden deeds
Honor
Reputation
Morals
Manners
Integrity

But the new guides celebrated qualities that were—no matter how easy Dale Carnegie made it sound—trickier to acquire. Either you embodied these qualities or you didn’t:

Magnetic
Fascinating
Stunning
Attractive
Glowing
Dominant
Forceful
Energetic

It was no coincidence that in the 1920s and the 1930s, Americans became obsessed with movie stars. Who better than a matinee idol to model personal magnetism?



Americans also received advice on self-presentation—whether they liked it or not—from the advertising industry. While early print ads were straightforward product announcements (“EATON’S HIGHLAND LINEN: THE FRESHEST AND CLEANEST WRITING PAPER”), the new personality-driven ads cast consumers as performers with stage fright from which only the advertiser’s product might rescue them. These ads focused obsessively on the hostile glare of the public spotlight. “ALL AROUND YOU PEOPLE ARE JUDGING YOU SILENTLY,” warned a 1922 ad for Woodbury’s soap. “CRITICAL EYES ARE SIZING YOU UP RIGHT NOW,” advised the Williams Shaving Cream company.

Madison Avenue spoke directly to the anxieties of male salesmen and middle managers. In one ad for Dr. West’s toothbrushes, a prosperous-looking fellow sat behind a desk, his arm cocked confidently behind his hip, asking whether you’ve “EVER TRIED SELLING YOURSELF TO YOU? A FAVORABLE FIRST IMPRESSION IS THE GREATEST SINGLE FACTOR IN BUSINESS OR SOCIAL SUCCESS.” The Williams Shaving Cream ad featured a slick-haired, mustachioed man urging readers to “LET YOUR FACE REFLECT CONFIDENCE, NOT WORRY! IT’S THE ‘LOOK’ OF YOU BY WHICH YOU ARE JUDGED MOST OFTEN.”

Other ads reminded women that their success in the dating game depended not only on looks but also on personality. In 1921 a Woodbury’s soap ad showed a crestfallen young woman, home alone after a disappointing evening out. She had “longed to be successful, gay, triumphant,” the text sympathized. But without the help of the right soap, the woman was a social failure.

Ten years later, Lux laundry detergent ran a print ad featuring a plaintive letter written to Dorothy Dix, the Dear Abby of her day. “Dear Miss Dix,” read the letter, “How can I make myself more popular? I am fairly pretty and not a dumbbell, but I am so timid and self-conscious with people. I’m always sure they’re not going to like me.… —Joan G.”

Miss Dix’s answer came back clear and firm. If only Joan would use Lux detergent on her lingerie, curtains, and sofa cushions, she would soon gain a “deep, sure, inner conviction of being charming.”

This portrayal of courtship as a high-stakes performance reflected the bold new mores of the Culture of Personality. Under the restrictive (in some cases repressive) social codes of the Culture of Character, both genders displayed some reserve when it came to the mating dance. Women who were too loud or made inappropriate eye contact with strangers were considered brazen. Upper-class women had more license to speak than did their lower-class counterparts, and indeed were judged partly on their talent for witty repartee, but even they were advised to display blushes and downcast eyes. They were warned by conduct manuals that “the coldest reserve” was “more admirable in a woman a man wishe[d] to make his wife than the least approach to undue familiarity.” Men could adopt a quiet demeanor that implied self-possession and a power that didn’t need to flaunt itself. Though shyness per se was unacceptable, reserve was a mark of good breeding.

But with the advent of the Culture of Personality, the value of formality began to crumble, for women and men alike. Instead of paying ceremonial calls on women and making serious declarations of intention, men were now expected to launch verbally sophisticated courtships in which they threw women “a line” of elaborate flirtatiousness. Men who were too quiet around women risked being thought gay; as a popular 1926 sex guide observed, “homosexuals are invariably timid, shy, retiring.” Women, too, were expected to walk a fine line between propriety and boldness. If they responded too shyly to romantic overtures, they were sometimes called “frigid.”

The field of psychology also began to grapple with the pressure to project confidence. In the 1920s an influential psychologist named Gordon Allport created a diagnostic test of “Ascendance-Submission” to measure social dominance. “Our current civilization,” observed Allport, who was himself shy and reserved, “seems to place a premium upon the aggressive person, the ‘go-getter.’ ” In 1921, Carl Jung noted the newly precarious status of introversion. Jung himself saw introverts as “educators and promoters of culture” who showed the value of “the interior life which is so painfully wanting in our civilization.” But he acknowledged that their “reserve and apparently groundless embarrassment naturally arouse all the current prejudices against this type.”

But nowhere was the need to appear self-assured more apparent than in a new concept in psychology called the inferiority complex. The IC, as it became known in the popular press, was developed in the 1920s by a Viennese psychologist named Alfred Adler to describe feelings of inadequacy and their consequences. “Do you feel insecure?” inquired the cover of Adler’s best-selling book, Understanding Human Nature. “Are you fainthearted? Are you submissive?” Adler explained that all infants and small children feel inferior, living as they do in a world of adults and older siblings. In the normal process of growing up they learn to direct these feelings into pursuing their goals. But if things go awry as they mature, they might be saddled with the dreaded IC—a grave liability in an increasingly competitive society.

The idea of wrapping their social anxieties in the neat package of a psychological complex appealed to many Americans. The Inferiority Complex became an all-purpose explanation for problems in many areas of life, ranging from love to parenting to career. In 1924, Collier’s ran a story about a woman who was afraid to marry the man she loved for fear that he had an IC and would never amount to anything. Another popular magazine ran an article called “Your Child and That Fashionable Complex,” explaining to moms what could cause an IC in kids and how to prevent or cure one. Everyone had an IC, it seemed; to some it was, paradoxically enough, a mark of distinction. Lincoln, Napoleon, Teddy Roosevelt, Edison, and Shakespeare—all had suffered from ICs, according to a 1939 Collier’s article. “So,” concluded the magazine, “if you have a big, husky, in-growing inferiority complex you’re about as lucky as you could hope to be, provided you have the backbone along with it.”

Despite the hopeful tone of this piece, child guidance experts of the 1920s set about helping children to develop winning personalities. Until then, these professionals had worried mainly about sexually precocious girls and delinquent boys, but now psychologists, social workers, and doctors focused on the everyday child with the “maladjusted personality”—particularly shy children. Shyness could lead to dire outcomes, they warned, from alcoholism to suicide, while an outgoing personality would bring social and financial success. The experts advised parents to socialize their children well and schools to change their emphasis from book-learning to “assisting and guiding the developing personality.” Educators took up this mantle enthusiastically. By 1950 the slogan of the Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth was “A healthy personality for every child.”

Well-meaning parents of the midcentury agreed that quiet was unacceptable and gregariousness ideal for both girls and boys. Some discouraged their children from solitary and serious hobbies, like classical music, that could make them unpopular. They sent their kids to school at increasingly young ages, where the main assignment was learning to socialize. Introverted children were often singled out as problem cases (a situation familiar to anyone with an introverted child today).

William Whyte’s The Organization Man, a 1956 best-seller, describes how parents and teachers conspired to overhaul the personalities of quiet children. “Johnny wasn’t doing so well at school,” Whyte recalls a mother telling him. “The teacher explained to me that he was doing fine on his lessons but that his social adjustment was not as good as it might be. He would pick just one or two friends to play with, and sometimes he was happy to remain by himself.” Parents welcomed such interventions, said Whyte. “Save for a few odd parents, most are grateful that the schools work so hard to offset tendencies to introversion and other suburban abnormalities.”

Parents caught up in this value system were not unkind, or even obtuse; they were only preparing their kids for the “real world.” When these children grew older and applied to college and later for their first jobs, they faced the same standards of gregariousness. University admissions officers looked not for the most exceptional candidates, but for the most extroverted. Harvard’s provost Paul Buck declared in the late 1940s that Harvard should reject the “sensitive, neurotic” type and the “intellectually over-stimulated” in favor of boys of the “healthy extrovert kind.” In 1950, Yale’s president, Alfred Whitney Griswold, declared that the ideal Yalie was not a “beetle-browed, highly specialized intellectual, but a well-rounded man.” Another dean told Whyte that “in screening applications from secondary schools he felt it was only common sense to take into account not only what the college wanted, but what, four years later, corporations’ recruiters would want. ‘They like a pretty gregarious, active type,’ he said. ‘So we find that the best man is the one who’s had an 80 or 85 average in school and plenty of extracurricular activity. We see little use for the “brilliant” introvert.’ ”

This college dean grasped very well that the model employee of the midcentury—even one whose job rarely involved dealing with the public, like a research scientist in a corporate lab—was not a deep thinker but a hearty extrovert with a salesman’s personality. “Customarily, whenever the word brilliant is used,” explains Whyte, “it either precedes the word ‘but’ (e.g., ‘We are all for brilliance, but …’) or is coupled with such words as erratic, eccentric, introvert, screwball, etc.” “These fellows will be having contact with other people in the organization,” said one 1950s executive about the hapless scientists in his employ, “and it helps if they make a good impression.”

The scientist’s job was not only to do the research but also to help sell it, and that required a hail-fellow-well-met demeanor. At IBM, a corporation that embodied the ideal of the company man, the sales force gathered each morning to belt out the company anthem, “Ever Onward,” and to harmonize on the “Selling IBM” song, set to the tune of “Singin’ in the Rain.” “Selling IBM,” it began, “we’re selling IBM. What a glorious feeling, the world is our friend.” The ditty built to a stirring close: “We’re always in trim, we work with a vim. We’re selling, just selling, IBM.”

Then they went off to pay their sales calls, proving that the admissions people at Harvard and Yale were probably right: only a certain type of fellow could possibly have been interested in kicking off his mornings this way.

The rest of the organization men would have to manage as best they could. And if the history of pharmaceutical consumption is any indication, many buckled under such pressures. In 1955 a drug company named Carter-Wallace released the anti-anxiety drug Miltown, reframing anxiety as the natural product of a society that was both dog-eat-dog and relentlessly social. Miltown was marketed to men and immediately became the fastest-selling pharmaceutical in American history, according to the social historian Andrea Tone. By 1956 one of every twenty Americans had tried it; by 1960 a third of all prescriptions from U.S. doctors were for Miltown or a similar drug called Equanil. “ANXIETY AND TENSION ARE THE COMMONPLACE OF THE AGE,” read the Equanil ad. The 1960s tranquilizer Serentil followed with an ad campaign even more direct in its appeal to improve social performance. “FOR THE ANXIETY THAT COMES FROM NOT FITTING IN,” it empathized.



Of course, the Extrovert Ideal is not a modern invention. Extroversion is in our DNA—literally, according to some psychologists. The trait has been found to be less prevalent in Asia and Africa than in Europe and America, whose populations descend largely from the migrants of the world. It makes sense, say these researchers, that world travelers were more extroverted than those who stayed home—and that they passed on their traits to their children and their children’s children. “As personality traits are genetically transmitted,” writes the psychologist Kenneth Olson, “each succeeding wave of emigrants to a new continent would give rise over time to a population of more engaged individuals than reside in the emigrants’ continent of origin.”

We can also trace our admiration of extroverts to the Greeks, for whom oratory was an exalted skill, and to the Romans, for whom the worst possible punishment was banishment from the city, with its teeming social life. Similarly, we revere our founding fathers precisely because they were loudmouths on the subject of freedom: Give me liberty or give me death! Even the Christianity of early American religious revivals, dating back to the First Great Awakening of the eighteenth century, depended on the showmanship of ministers who were considered successful if they caused crowds of normally reserved people to weep and shout and generally lose their decorum. “Nothing gives me more pain and distress than to see a minister standing almost motionless, coldly plodding on as a mathematician would calculate the distance of the Moon from the Earth,” complained a religious newspaper in 1837.

As this disdain suggests, early Americans revered action and were suspicious of intellect, associating the life of the mind with the languid, ineffectual European aristocracy they had left behind. The 1828 presidential campaign pitted a former Harvard professor, John Quincy Adams, against Andrew Jackson, a forceful military hero. A Jackson campaign slogan tellingly distinguished the two: “John Quincy Adams who can write / And Andrew Jackson who can fight.”

The victor of that campaign? The fighter beat the writer, as the cultural historian Neal Gabler puts it. (John Quincy Adams, incidentally, is considered by political psychologists to be one of the few introverts in presidential history.)

But the rise of the Culture of Personality intensified such biases, and applied them not only to political and religious leaders, but also to regular people. And though soap manufacturers may have profited from the new emphasis on charm and charisma, not everyone was pleased with this development. “Respect for individual human personality has with us reached its lowest point,” observed one intellectual in 1921, “and it is delightfully ironical that no nation is so constantly talking about personality as we are. We actually have schools for ‘self-expression’ and ‘self-development,’ although we seem usually to mean the expression and development of the personality of a successful real estate agent.”

Another critic bemoaned the slavish attention Americans were starting to pay to entertainers: “It is remarkable how much attention the stage and things pertaining to it are receiving nowadays from the magazines,” he grumbled. Only twenty years earlier—during the Culture of Character, that is—such topics would have been considered indecorous; now they had become “such a large part of the life of society that it has become a topic of conversation among all classes.”

Even T. S. Eliot’s famous 1915 poem The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock—in which he laments the need to “prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet”—seems a cri de coeur about the new demands of self-presentation. While poets of the previous century had wandered lonely as a cloud through the countryside (Wordsworth, in 1802) or repaired in solitude to Walden Pond (Thoreau, in 1845), Eliot’s Prufrock mostly worries about being looked at by “eyes that fix you in a formulated phrase” and pin you, wriggling, to a wall.



Fast-forward nearly a hundred years, and Prufrock’s protest is enshrined in high school syllabi, where it’s dutifully memorized, then quickly forgotten, by teens increasingly skilled at shaping their own online and offline personae. These students inhabit a world in which status, income, and self-esteem depend more than ever on the ability to meet the demands of the Culture of Personality. The pressure to entertain, to sell ourselves, and never to be visibly anxious keeps ratcheting up. The number of Americans who considered themselves shy increased from 40 percent in the 1970s to 50 percent in the 1990s, probably because we measured ourselves against ever higher standards of fearless self-presentation. “Social anxiety disorder”—which essentially means pathological shyness—is now thought to afflict nearly one in five of us. The most recent version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV), the psychiatrist’s bible of mental disorders, considers the fear of public speaking to be a pathology—not an annoyance, not a disadvantage, but a disease—if it interferes with the sufferer’s job performance. “It’s not enough,” one senior manager at Eastman Kodak told the author Daniel Goleman, “to be able to sit at your computer excited about a fantastic regression analysis if you’re squeamish about presenting those results to an executive group.” (Apparently it’s OK to be squeamish about doing a regression analysis if you’re excited about giving speeches.)

But perhaps the best way to take the measure of the twenty-first-century Culture of Personality is to return to the self-help arena. Today, a full century after Dale Carnegie launched that first public-speaking workshop at the YMCA, his best-selling book How to Win Friends and Influence People is a staple of airport bookshelves and business best-seller lists. The Dale Carnegie Institute still offers updated versions of Carnegie’s original classes, and the ability to communicate fluidly remains a core feature of the curriculum. Toastmasters, the nonprofit organization established in 1924 whose members meet weekly to practice public speaking and whose founder declared that “all talking is selling and all selling involves talking,” is still thriving, with more than 12,500 chapters in 113 countries.

The promotional video on Toastmasters’ website features a skit in which two colleagues, Eduardo and Sheila, sit in the audience at the “Sixth Annual Global Business Conference” as a nervous speaker stumbles through a pitiful presentation.

“I’m so glad I’m not him,” whispers Eduardo.

“You’re joking, right?” replies Sheila with a satisfied smile. “Don’t you remember last month’s sales presentation to those new clients? I thought you were going to faint.”

“I wasn’t that bad, was I?”

“Oh, you were that bad. Really bad. Worse, even.”

Eduardo looks suitably ashamed, while the rather insensitive Sheila seems oblivious.

“But,” says Sheila, “you can fix it. You can do better.… Have you ever heard of Toastmasters?”

Sheila, a young and attractive brunette, hauls Eduardo to a Toastmasters meeting. There she volunteers to perform an exercise called “Truth or Lie,” in which she’s supposed to tell the group of fifteen-odd participants a story about her life, after which they decide whether or not to believe her.

“I bet I can fool everyone,” she whispers to Eduardo sotto voce as she marches to the podium. She spins an elaborate tale about her years as an opera singer, concluding with her poignant decision to give it all up to spend more time with her family. When she’s finished, the toastmaster of the evening asks the group whether they believe Sheila’s story. All hands in the room go up. The toastmaster turns to Sheila and asks whether it was true.

“I can’t even carry a tune!” she beams triumphantly.

Sheila comes across as disingenuous, but also oddly sympathetic. Like the anxious readers of the 1920s personality guides, she’s only trying to get ahead at the office. “There’s so much competition in my work environment,” she confides to the camera, “that it makes it more important than ever to keep my skills sharp.”

But what do “sharp skills” look like? Should we become so proficient at self-presentation that we can dissemble without anyone suspecting? Must we learn to stage-manage our voices, gestures, and body language until we can tell—sell—any story we want? These seem venal aspirations, a marker of how far we’ve come—and not in a good way—since the days of Dale Carnegie’s childhood.

Dale’s parents had high moral standards; they wanted their son to pursue a career in religion or education, not sales. It seems unlikely that they would have approved of a self-improvement technique called “Truth or Lie.” Or, for that matter, of Carnegie’s best-selling advice on how to get people to admire you and do your bidding. How to Win Friends and Influence People is full of chapter titles like “Making People Glad to Do What You Want” and “How to Make People Like You Instantly.”

All of which raises the question, how did we go from Character to Personality without realizing that we had sacrificed something meaningful along the way?


{ It is no mere coincidence that Arthur Miller's 'Death of a Salesman' became a literary mark of the times.}


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A letter from grandpa:

Wrenching. balm to: my angel grandson I hope you are not suffering.
Your dad does not let me see you, when, whenever he fought ruthlessly with whom he fought
You came running little putty-pat, footsies, for measure of safety,
Overcoming the clamor of denials when the cops accused him,
Lying out of teeth.

Promised You I will never leave Your 5 year old soul, God will connect us once again.

Then Your mom gone to god so swiftly, and the pain so harrowingly real that the imagination looses the little hope left.

But grandpa is poor now, the burial took the little I had saved.

My little one, don't tell your psychiatrist I wrote this letter, your dad, is your dad, and he won't harm you, your other grandparents love you as well. I wish I could understand why god took your mom home, and I don't expect you to.

Time will heal all wounds you'll see, and I am fighting for the right to see You.

Heart break kid, there was a radio evangelist years ago, she proclaimed her belief in miracles, and so do I.
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Re: The Depths of Narcissus - revisited

Postby MagsJ » Tue May 12, 2020 7:29 pm

promethean75 wrote:I swear I said a bit about narcissism a while back to clear up the clumsy use of the term in the mouths of psychologists. As a concept it's been given a bad rap, and as a healthy narcissist I felt obligated to come to narcissisms defense. Where was it... hold on a minute...

Seems like I was basically saying that most usually narcissism as criticism isn't insightful enough and probably just from someone drinking haterade. What they talkin bout are poser narcissists, not healthy narcissists who are the most modest and humble where it really counts.

I was revisiting the phenomenon.. the clue being in the thread title, Prom.

Narcissism.. it serves those who practice it, well.. not a slave to it, but a Master of it and so of other things, that the non-practitioner fails to see due to seeing themselves only as others see them, and not homogeneously.. like the narcissist does, which is objectively rather than subjectively.

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Re: The Depths of Narcissus - my private I do hoe trigger cl

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