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Monday, January 11, 2016

J. Paul Sartre exposed as just another subjectivist/Pharisaic pushing guilt-complex--all while pretending to objectivity....

Below-copied by ap first published at comments,

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"Bad-Faith" Itself Is Bad-Faith To Christian Objectivity, Truth Ideal
(Apollonian, 11 Jan 16)

Note the basic metaphysical issue is Christian truth (= Christ, Gosp. JOHN 14:6) vs. Jew/satanic lies (JOHN 8:44), parallel w. Aristotle vs. Plato, objective reality vs. subjectivism. For truth requires the objective reality as premise.

Following fm necessarily objective, Christian premise, things are DETERMINED in accord w. absolute cause-effect; human "freedom" isn't perfect (like God's) and is premise of HUBRIS and all sin, humans necessarily sinners by nature, including Mary, Mother of God--which makes it simple, doesn't it?--but simplicity is necessary for military purposes, militancy necessary for basic survival, esp. given circumstances.

So regardless of any "latency" one way or another, humans are enjoined not to act upon homosexual motivations upon penalty prescribed by law, homosexuality being anti-social, destructive, irrational, etc.

Same goes for "cowardice," part of sinful human nature, the only practical problem being condition of social-contract, and the military necessity of requiring following orders even in face of overwhelming odds.

Note then Sartre would surely seem to endorse the hubristic, Jew/satanic subjectivism and affirmation of the God-like freedom of human will, giving rise then to guilt- and inferiority-complex for inevitable inability to living-up to such God-like standard and suffering for "bad faith" cowardice.

And never forget, such guilt-complex is the practical, operative premise for subjectivism and dictatorship, "good" the worst enemy of truth (= Christ).

For it's simply cowardice to accept the "bad-faith" premise, the only proper understanding of "bad-faith" being that of military-political sort which only then renders one culpable. For "bad-faith" would itself be "bad-faith" to the determinist/Christian principle.

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