Earnest morality is an endless reasoning, metaphorically maybe as a circle [for example in a structuralist picture] and/or a spiral [poststructuralist picture] and/or a nonfixable pluralitiy [individuality picture] of points.

The only way I can imagine morality as having a nonparticularist meaning/substance*, is as a permanent, unsolvable, unfixable question. (For example described by some as a constitutive/timeless wound. We can sedate us more or less, but it will not go away.)

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* A substance/existence independent of a secondary substanceless role as a contingent instrumentalisation for ideological purposes independent of any moral substance. Just to hierarchise one subjectivity over another etc.

When punishment is satisfying us, then it’s (besides all other possible „reasons“/phenomena) because we want someone other (concrete beings and/or abstractly constructed groups) to suffer (too), in the existence where we suffer (too). Punishment has nothing to do with morality but with the satisfaction of not being alone in suffering.

Punishment and Suffering are among the (at least up to now) timeless patterns of human existence.

It would all be peaceful and harmonious if everybody just followed my rules, accepted my rule and did what I demand and command.

It will most probably not happen after all we know/can interprete from ‚history‘ and/or the patterns of humanity and life more broadly. And the plurality of things and energies. And everything else as a finite or infinite nonmonolithicalness of existence.

Things anyone can know for sure: None (known).

Things one can assume with a certain probability: A few in/on the generalised-abstract sense/’level‘. Like and for example: There is something (like in „I think therefore I am“ or other more or less circular conclusions).

Things that are subjective:

– Ideological postulations and domination demands of rule towards other subjects.

– Ideological ‚level‘ where one doesn’t postulate domination demands: Only ‚individual anarchism‘ and ‚permanent checks and balances‘ earnestly try this. (It’s internally only possible as an imperfect permanent task of deconstructing, reconstructing and plurality work. It’s structurally not possible as institutionalised/fixatable non-rule/order without rule, in circumstances of communitarianism and not in circumstances of society. Also here, pluralism and subjective equality as political state of being is only possible to permanently work-towards and never achieve.)

– Things that someone or groups do without an ideological fixation or reference and without demanding rule over other subjects.

 

Energieverteilungen, Projektionen, Ausdifferenzierung, Diffusion und Intensität

Der Unterschied zwischen Ideologien bzw. zwischen unseren Ausdrucksformen (situativ oder längerfristig) von unseren Ideologien ist unter anderem (interpretierbar-formulierbar als):

a) die einen sind eher mit größeren Flächen und geringerer Detailauflösung.
b) die anderen sind etwas ausdifferenzierter, detaillierter, etc.

Es kann z.B. re-konstruiert werden,
dass a) den ‚Vorteil’/die Eigenschaft der größeren Ordnungsstiftung hat. Und der größeren Intensität der Energie-Projektion auf „klarere“ Unterscheidungen, Abgrenzungen, Gruppenkonstruktionen etc.
Und b) den ‚Vorteil’/die Eigenschaft der Diffusion und Ent-Intensivierung der Abgrenzungen und Gruppenkonstruktionen. Eine Energie-Diffusion und Verteilung von Projektionen (von u.a. „gut“ und „böse“, „richtig“ und „falsch“ etc.) auf eine ausdifferenziertere ideologische und kontigent strukturierte Landkarte.

 

 

Openness is a mystery without closing it (fully) to a well-ordered mythology.

It is in my current estimation a distinctive, basic difference whether:
– fractals are repeating themselves as selves of identity.
– fractals are self-similar-not-identical pictures.

It’s philosophically basically different. In Physics or other structure-searching approaches, it may be (re-)structured from similar-not-identical to laws, or patterns or other regularities. Abstractly concretisable, for example and in a large portion of human technological working: computable and informationally processable etc.