Collectivist Simplicity in Criminological Reactivity,Or Why People Believe Stupidly:
Imagine if you will the mind, created by the brain to entertain us, as a vast multidimensional twilightzone of limitless constantly changing psychic energy. Consider that all of it is contrived on the basis of your self-rule, in the willful forethought for premeditated perpetration, directed by purposeful intent.Forget the glitz, glamour and glaze of the standard fictional rubric in the speculation of motive, means andopportunity. That entire movie making stuff is irrelevant, immaterial and incompetent up against yourneed for attention, getting what you want, and being seen by your past. Basically, you do what you dobecause you want to. The cause-effect reality centers around they mysticism you create. Some want torelish in their past glories, while some live in the daydreams of the future, as a few labor in the present.In the end, you should get the credit or the blame for whatever you say or do. If you’re authentic,credible and noble, then you will accept responsibility without question, assume your liability and realizeyour accountability. So, we all do that, right? Not! It takes an extraordinarily well-differentiated,exceptionally self-evolved and unusually self-actualized individual to take dangerous risks of noble self-exposure. But, on the contrary, we humans are astonishingly deceptive creatures. And, our ruses are atwork in every aspect of the socioeconomic-political spectrum, whether you’re being good or bad. Thefundamental basis is the deadly arrogance of selfishness for the sake of psychodynamic self-gratification.It’s all about you. Secretly, unknown to others, you’re intent on your own ideation.We want things simple, trouble-free and easy, because serious insightful critical thinking, demandingthe rigors of logical rationality, takes work. Being humble, credible and vulnerable to the faults we allhave, is a frightful terrifying possibility. To be grown up, mature and possessive of an ethical perspectiverequires courage. On the other hand, our denigration comes through the cowardice of arrogance in theabuse of powerful means to dominate, control and intimidate others. Once we’ve embraced a particularideological point of reference, we convince ourselves nothing else can be truer than what we imagine istrue. Through our own cognitive bias of ideological intolerance, we plunder for the elusive certainty of subjective validation. Yet, the skillful, creatively artistic and disciplined effort to look inside one’sthinking processes points in the direction of individual liberation. The nature of ideation is such that youhave to work at it, explore its complexity and expose the essence of its intuitive character. For all purposesyou seek, you allow yourself to become what you think are.