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Schumer a politician who exemplifies the cult of NO PERSONALITY

Schumer and Pelosi the sherpas guidng the Democratic party up a very steep mountain

It is reasonable to ask what reason originated from.

 Image result for be reasonable do it my wayWe are post Enlightenment and reason, as some argue  is a tenet of the Enlightenment.

They would argue that reason or common are power power tools  l

Like when people say you are not being reasonable this is a power tool.

And how did reason originate, surely to come into existance it had to define itself against another reason, whose truth and identity was also assigned by reason, thus giving reason the false appearing of originating from itself.  Which is the causa sui argument  (it orignated from itself)

How particles remain connected even if they are universes apart

I am here and there at the same time because I am entangled with everything elseImage result for quantum entanglement

The conceptual pedantry of locality

We have a conceptual pedantry of locality.Your outside is the physicalness of you, and the inside is your consciousness we assume everything has a 'here' and a ‘there’

I am inside my garden and that gardenImage result for suburban gardens

 beyond my fence is outside my garden and so on 

However there is no outside and inside in space, the cosmonaut how matter how far he voyages 
will never come across a sign which saysImage result for cosmonaut in space

STOP! SPACE ENDS HERE!   ergo here and there although useful to us in a utilitarian way
is none the less a pedantic use of locality

Is your personality a mask.

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With the ancient Greeks identity, idem, meant the same as ‘personality’; it had a dramatic meaning – it meant the mask‟....and we wear this mask wherever you go as you present yourselves to „ourselves‟ and to others. It reflects yourself concept - what you seek to maintain about yourselves

How much does 'Herd' mentality affect your behaviour

 As soon a couple walks down the same street in search of a place to eat. They see that restaurantImage result for empty restaurant

it is clearly not doing great business

the couple then see this restaurant
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which restaurant will they decide to to into

Which brings u to the 'Herd' mentality

The choice of going into the busy restaurant as the better choice because other passersby do the same thing into the evening - this phenomenon is referred as an information cascade  or in the UK
"Keeping up with the Joneses"

When there wasn't 's consciousness only Gods and Godesses

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In The Origin of Consciousness in the Breakdown of the Bicameral Mind, psychologist Julian Jaynes uses the Iliad as a major piece of evidence for his theory of Bicameralism, which posits that until about the time described in the Iliad, humans had a much different mentality than present day humans. 

He says that humans during that time were lacking what we today call consciousness. He suggests that humans heard and obeyed commands from what they identified as gods, until the change in human mentality that incorporated the motivating force into the conscious self. He points out that almost every action in the Iliad is directed, caused, or influenced by a god, and that earlier translations show an astonishing lack of words suggesting thought, planning, or introspection. Those that do appear, he argues, are misinterpretations made by translators imposing a modern mentality on the characters

Homer interprets the world at this time by using the passion and emotion of the gods to be determining factors of what happens on the human level

Counter intuitive QuantuM Theory of being in 2 places at the SAME TIME

it is interesting that things on a very small scale behave like nothing that you have any direct experience about… things that are roughly 10,000,000,000 times smaller than a typical human being, 
can be for instance in two places at the same time

and they don’t behave like billiard balls, or like anything that you have ever seen. But everything including you and I are made up of these minute things…Duplicated subjects in frame

Advertising what it its end message? (apart from profit)

 Image result for advertisingIn looking at advertising...what (apart from money and profit) undergirds it?

...what is the teleology (end message) in the narrative they concoct, is their any epistemological (actual knowledge) in their advertising slogans, 

Defined narrowly, epistemology is the study of knowledge and justified belief. As the study of knowledge, epistemology is concerned with the following questions: What are the necessary and sufficient conditions of knowledge? What are its sources? What is its structure, and what are its limits?

South Korea and North Korea when it is hard to love your neighbour

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Morality and how it is subject to the vagaries of time

A primary concerns in providing a history of morality is to understand how certain values (pity, selflessness, etc.), which might be associated with ‘herd’ morality, became values. 

‘Morality’, both its scope and its psychology (e.g. conscience, guilt), is a product of historical development. We can’t understand a moral value or psychological state unless we use history, because that value or state frequently often inherits several different meanings from different times in the past. 
ancient Rome refers to the Roman civilization from the founding of the city of Rome in the 8th century BC to the collapse of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century AD,

Through understanding the  history of morality, Roman times Founded27 BC
Date dissolvedMay 29, 145  their moral code was good.bad whereas 

good/bad Judeo Christain (times span = up to the present day morphed into good/evil

So we can we can distinguish the different meanings and different feelings aroun morals and see how and why they changed over time. 

In turn, this helps us to understand that there are alternatives to these values and state

Why science has made no impression on moral values

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The idea that right and wrong - or good and evil - exist in some abstract sense, independent from humans who only somehow come to perceive them, is a powerful and stubborn illusion. Indeed, for many inclined to spiritual or religious beliefs, 

it is one area where science has not until recently encroached on theological ground.

 While the Creator has been made redundant (for a growing number)  by the evidence for evolution by natural selection 
and the immaterial soul 
similarly superfluous by the evidence that human consciousness emerges from the activity of the physical brain, morality has remained apparently impervious to the scientific approach

In any case, this question is approached from the wrong end, as if humans were designed out of thin air and the system could ever have been purely rational. We evolved from other animals without reason (or with varying degrees of problem-solving faculties). 
For these animals to survive, neural systems are adapted to encode urges and beliefs in such a way as to optimally control behaviour. 

Attaching varying levels of emotional credibility to different types of stimuli offers a means to prioritise certain factors in making complex decisions (i.e., those factors most likely to affect the survival of the organism or the dissemination of its genes).