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Jun
07

What is Subjective Objectivism?

Subjective Objectivism is my self coined phrase describing the practice of filtering ones emotions through an objectivists filter, for the purpose of preventing a negative action from arising out of an emotional response triggered by flawed underlying thought processes.

LOL, yes, it sounds quite impressive, even if I do say so myself. : ) But it’s actually quite a simple idea, though it’s often quite hard to implement in practice. If you are interested in a more in-depth explanation of what I’m talking about, you can view my lengthy dissertation on the topic here.

Suffice it to say, it is basically all about learning how to think logically in the face of emotion, and learning how to avoid detect and avoid flawed logic in your thinking. I’m still learning some of the nasty little intricacies of the process myself, but suffice it to say, I am always learning something new all the time, as a result!

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