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SSDR wrote:It is bad for men to be very masculine because it makes men too competitiveMen are no more competitive than women. They just do it in different ways.
SSDR wrote:Men who are bossy, loud, very muscular, and athletic are very self destructive to themselves, and to others around them.Muscular and athletic are physical attributes that do not determine destructiveness. I've met some extremely strong and muscular men who were absolute sweethearts to their ladies, and wouldn't dare to ever exert their physicality over them. You're confusing biology with psychology.
SSDR wrote:Women who like that and who are attracted to that are traitors to the freedom and individuality of everyone.Physically strong men are not "toxic". The behavior of some men is "toxic".
SSDR wrote:Men who act awful like that who use religion to cope with that Have No Real Consciousness. Because it's awful to be around a bossy and bearing man, so people would have to use religion to cope with that, to think that it is "normal" even though it's not.I do not think religion is a factor. People use lots of things to cope with various things, and singling out religion as a contributing factor to toxic masculinity, is wrong, IMO.
Rancid wrote:Ok, I think I understand you.
Are you saying that it's such a vague and nebulous concept, that it's useless from a practical standpoint? Is that what you're getting at here?
(a) In the Qualitative Judgment, the subject is ascribed a single quality, the relevant social practice is said to be good or bad, or novel or whatever. Hegel presents a logical critique of any such judgment, hinging around the point that equating an individual with a particular is always faulty.
Agent Steel wrote:Hello gorifas and thanks for responding to my thread.
You have a cool avatar but just so you know they don't allow the avatar pic to be in color. I'm assuming you're new to this forum.
gorfias wrote:Thanks, changed it.
Question for you: once posted, can a poster edit the post? I screwed up on my first to you.
If not, all that can be done is post again. I'll have to review to see if double posting is frowned upon.
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