Social Positivist is an institute for the study of collectivism and its connection to possession. We see possession as a condition in which the truth is distorted epistemologically. Positivists subscribe to a philosophy of truth that is epistemologically logical and analytical. Truth is coherent propositions. Social Positivist teaches the right how to deconstruct the lies of the left. Cults can only be overcome through the deprograming of members.
Who We Are
Social Positivist is an education and research institute focused on pure and applied epistemics. Our mission is to deconstruct the lies of liberalism, deprogram the left and eliminate collectivism.
What We Do
Social Positivist promotes epistemological research, that is studies of the nature of truth. Social Positivist creates algorithms for combatting liberal brainwashing strategies. Truth must ultimately overcome collectivism.
How We Do It
Social Positivist educates and instructs individuals and organizations in epistemics, the science of truth. Epistemics introduces the student in the study of the nature of truth and its distortion through the influence of collectivism. Social Positivist provides clients with analytical algorithms that strengthen individuality and help deprogram the cultists of collectivity. The search for truth and its adoption is a process that increases specialization, progress and wealth. Taking up one’s cross turns heart knowledge into a mission field. The tools that produce economic development are the same tools that destroy liberalism. The tools that destroy collectivism are the tools the build individuality.
Every problem is a cost that someone created but did not pay. This is socialism. Socialism is poor accounting. Social costs creates threats of loss and risk for society and future generations. The creation of costs others must pay is a cost of religion. Socialism is a manifestation of Babylon. All religions falsify costs and infringes on ownership rights: might makes right is the credo of all religion. Social Positivists believe all persons have a right to be free of all religions.
Positivism is the philosophy of truth. Positivity is a belief in truth. To be positive is to belief in the reality and absoluteness of truth. To take up ones cross and follow Jesus means to transform faith into works. Works in this context is a mission governed by ones individuality. Those who create value have the right to own what they author. Liberals are collectivists. Collectivists believe might makes right and ends justify means. Social justice is an end that warrant collectivists revoking our inalienable right to own what we have created to pursue a social agenda.
There is only one question to ask: Do we or do we not, own what we create and is this ownership position absolute and inalienable or is the rights of authorship revokable, rescindable and alienable? Do the priorities of a third party override the sovereign rights of the creator? Can an end fabricated by one agent override the rights of an individual creator? If so, it is impossible to have equality in any objective sense. Justice, truth and morality are also impossible if the collective rights of some override the rights of the individual.
Positivism is the philosophical assumption that every truth can be scientifically verified and is open to analytical or mathematical proof. Positivists believe truth is analytical and logical. Positivists reject the unproven and unprovable assumption that nature is physical and discovered by observation using the senses.
Those who claim truth exists cannot prove the claim except by proving truth is analytical, and reality is inherently logically constructed.
Positivism is not solipsism. Logic is not sophistry. Logic is no more amenable to random influences of thought, than an objective independent reality would be, if it existed.
Logic demands clear definitions. We think using concepts. Our reality is only as detailed as our conceptualization of it. If we cannot define the words we use or if we define them in a circular way our understanding of what we are talking about will be limited by the least understood term. Positivist thinking is the study of words and concepts to develop the most detailed and complete definition. Logic means we faithfully follow the implications that follow from a proposition.
Truth is inherent in our communication. If it can be communicated it is true. Lies are defined by their unintelligibility.
If we assume reality is implacably physical, the concept of god will be corrupted by the assumption. We cannot embrace the idea of a reality composed of matter, energy, space, and time and conceive of conceptual absolutes. Our idea of truth will therefore be contingent and synthetic and limited to what can be empirically verified. Reason attempts to invalidates the idea that truth is an idea.
There is then, two models of reality derived from two contradictory perspectives about what constitutes truth and how it is to be discovered. Is reality external to our minds and amenable to reason or is reality our understanding of the concepts in which it is discussed? Is reality external to our knowledge or is it knowledge?
Either we believe truth is absolute and knowable or we think truth is alienated from us. Reason tells us there is no truth available to us beyond our physiological state. Positivists reject the naturalist view. Truth is analytical and provable through analytical means.
This means that truth is owned by the creator of the truth. No one else has the right to distort, embellish or destroy truth. Truth is protected by the inalienable rights of the creator of truth.
There is no end that justifies the means. It is not morally or ethically possible to contrive a social agenda or any other end to justify the destruction or distortion of truth. Positivity is the position that ownership trumps ideology.
If truth is analytical individuality defines truth. If there is no logical truth, then what is true is defined by the collective. If the individual matters, then progress comes from individuals making choices with the assets he has to produce equity in a market environment. If truth is a collective, then it is the collective that defines our values.
The liberal system is a production of the devil. Its institutions are demonic. Collectivism is collective possession. The Right cannot solve the problem of evil by using the tools of the devil. The tools of the devil are the institutions of collectivism. We need to restore the rights of the individual to what he or she creates. Until this is done, we live in an abomination and elections will not vanquish collectivism.
Liberalism is vanity. Yet vanity does not lead to individualism. Vanity is less about merit than about perception. Vanity needs ego stroking. Being vain is more likely lead one to trying to fit in than be an entrepreneur. Liberals are more about popularity and merging into a collective than breaking new ground.
When logic is rejected, emotion comes to the fore. Emotional intelligence gives us the tools we need to fit in with the collective. Liberals respond favorably to mob violence and social justice warriors because they seek emotional synchrony. Liberals are moved by the emotional content of the message and so experience agreement as offering emotional support and disagreement as a physical assault. The issue that bothers liberals the most is indications that one’s views do not reflect those of the tribe.
Liberalism is founded on the priority of emotions. Liberal institutions justify wants over needs because wants expressed the feelings of the collective. Responding to wants require power disparities, social inequalities, and administrative hierarchies. Liberal institutions cannot legitimize the satisfaction of wants unless they legitimize might makes right as the means to an end. Indeed, as organizational complexity increases administrative pyramids grow steeper. To maintain the collective the administrative controls must become more draconian as the individuality of the group increases. This is why the state is a tool of oppression and is destructive of individualism. The state and administrative hierarchies generally are tools for the erosion of individualism.
When the collective has a want a demand is created that can only be satisfied by expropriation. This is why liberal programs are always divisive. Collectivism must create costs for society and future generations. The left is angered when the right erects barriers to these expropriations. Hindering expropriation makes it difficult to support and maintain collectivism.
Every division in society and every conflict exists because costs created by one agent is externalized onto those who did not create it. If you wish to understand conflict look at who is producing the wealth and who is trying to take it.
Creating costs society and future generations must pay, is not ethical. Alienating ownership from authors destroys individuality. Creating costs others must pay is the definition of evil. Evil destroys individuality and human identity. Evil is collectivism. Collectivism is possession.
There is a clear line of demarcation between left and right. There is a clear line between the inalienability of ownership and its alienation. One either owns what one creates, or one does not. The line between right and left is moral, ethical, economic, religious, political, and logical. On one side are those who live by the inalienability of ownership, human rights and the sanctity of individuality and those who think might makes right and wants trump rights. The left exploits the activity of authors and alienates owners from what they author whereas the right rejects all expropriations and sanctifies the value of individuality.
Equality is not modularity. Equality is not cookie cutter duplication. Equality does not erase individuality. To attempt to create equality by promoting a monastic submission to a social agenda is to miss the point of equality.
Equal rights are equal rights to the equity one creates. We have an equal right to our individuality. It is our individuality that no one has a right to attempt to take away. No right exists to exploit the efforts and activity of others. To alienate a person from their rights requires a power disparity. Equality does not come from one person having authority over another. This is tyranny and tyranny. If one person infringes upon the property rights of another individuality is in jeopardy and equal rights is a mirage.
The free market is said to be a market without a governing authority. A better term is a positive market because free markets suggest anything with a price can and ought to be sold. Positive markets promote equality through individuality. Markets give equal rights to equity; this generates accountability. All costs are required to be paid for by the individual that produced the cost. If we cannot assign costs to individuals, we do not have equality and human rights have become legal rights.
Authors have a right to what they create and no right to what was not created by the individual. No costs can be hidden or externalized. All value must be accounted for in the price.
All costs and all equity must be accounted for, i.e. affixed to the account of the original author.
Capitalism has resulted in concentrations of wealth never before seen and democracy has systematically removed from the very people it is supposed to empower, the ability to resist the systematic theft that permits this concentration of power to exist. This is not a call to implement socialism or communism, its a discussion on the evils of capitalism and democracy and a suggestion that it is time to learn about and build the merit-driven mission Jesus told us to be