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    go!
    the laws of entpodynamics
    or whatever the hell you want, qre-kidu, get ur ass in here!

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    So the topic is, would entps post in a Thread that is meant for them?
    ANd would entps fall for such an easy trap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    So the topic is, would entps post in a Thread that is meant for them?
    HELL NO! We're rebels.

    ANd would entps fall for such an easy trap?
    NEVER!

    Prove otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    HELL NO! We're rebels.



    NEVER!
    we're not rebels, we're just contrary
    rebel is a categorisation for ppl who want to feel special because it looks like it puts them outside of any social strata but it only allows them to create their own alternative fringe social ladder.
    SO basically they just go back into a similar structure but did so in the first place because they know they'd just be underdogs on the main social ladder (see getho rapper dudes for more reference)
    The working delusion is that this new underdog ladder empowers them when they just look silly

    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    Prove otherwise.
    just did

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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    we're not rebels, we're just contrary
    rebel is a categorisation for ppl who want to feel special yet it puts ppl outside of any social strata and allow them to create their own alternative social ladder. SO basically they just go back into a similar structure but did so in the first place because they know they'd just be underdogs on the main social ladder (see getho rapper dudes for more reference)
    Rebels are conformists in a way, themselves.

    As the conformists will always agree with the masses, that means that the rebels rebelling against the conformists, as reactionaries, will have their responses pre-determined as well, as it will always be "no" or the opposite of whatever position the conformists too.

    There's no escaping the loop.

    just did


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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post

    SO basically they just go back into a similar structure but did so in the first place because they know they'd just be
    underdogs on the main social ladder (see getho rapper dudes for more reference)
    The working delusion is that this new
    underdog ladder empowers them when they just look silly
    Ah, the real subject of this thread has been revealed.

    PS: I hope this thread doesn't get any outlier data points!

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    So can you be contrary/rebel (here used as a default term without accounting for deep significance and internal inconsistancies)
    by saying yes to the system?

    Can you live in any social system without accepting a social ladder as far as u stay a human being with a dual cooperation/domination drive born from limited ressource driven genetic and social evolution
    It seems to me that even one human being cannot, as the very nature of the questioner is to be dual, to be the observer of himself and therefore in a principle/behavior/value based relation to himself

    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    Ah, the real subject of this thread has been revealed.

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    Can the absence of organised language but slow down this process? Aren't we social animals at the genetic level and to what degree does these traits emerge from a gene/environnement interaction in young infants/children

    even if a man is born alone, would the diminution of the complex internal social interactions made possible by information differencials and norms within the society and the acquisition of complex figurative languages really leave an asocial man? Is our flavour of consciousness a trait that mostly emerges from a paradoxically normative socialisation process in young children?

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