Empathy and Anti-Empathy

Empathy and Anti-Empathy

Empathy: natural ability to coexist and collaborate

Wealthy and trained: Savant
Poor and illiterate: Psychopath

The unempathic rely intelligence to understand the rules as they lack the natural mechanism of understanding right from wrong: Laws are made for the unempathic. The rules for the unempathic are not just the laws and taboos, but a set of formulae that they use to enact every action. As anti-empathy grows, even the empathic start to comply with these rules and use these formulae; they distance themselves from their natural feelings.

Conceiving of the unempathic as humans is anthromophormism. We do this all the time, we feel we have to; we project our own feelings on to them to help us interrelate with them. They in turn absorb our feelings as rules to apply the next time; we help them and then they help us or destory us depending on a calculation. We have to continiously make ourselves seem beneficial to them, profitable to them, or become their next victim. Anti-empathy is the basis of slavery.

For capital (and authority):
Unintelligent: robot-like extension of the machine
Intelligent: Unfeeling operator of the structure

Anti-Empathy and Religion:
To protect the unempathic as capital assets
To develop anti-empathy to control spirituality and maintain a religious substructure
To advance it to being the capital structure
To increase the gap between humanity and nature to promote environment exploitation, the annexation of land, and to promote anti-empathy

Unempathy is a genetic defect; it is what is falsely thought of as the selfish gene. The solution to anti-empathy is a virus that detects the un-empathic genetic defect and serializes the carrier.

What is referred to now as intolerance is really the intolerance of intolerance itself. Anti-empathic survival is always marginal; every adaptation possible is necessary. As soon as the constant re-consolidation of the anti-empathic structure slows, empathy erodes it with happiness.

The unempathic have no feelings; they have emotions and feel things, but cannot feel for others.


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