No deduction can replace an emotion.A missing sense can only be guessed or believed. paedocircumcision creates a psychological sub-race of men who are absorbed in compensating common emotional dissatisfaction. They feel that full happiness is unattainable in the concrete reality. This makes them less able to adapt to the norms of society of naturals that offers rewards in this life. The subconscious dissatisfaction makes them unappreciative of concrete rewards but susceptible to promises, beliefs and potentials.
Those who were circumcised during infancy or childhood tend to seek content in concepts, religion, to pacify their insecurity by hoarding, possessiveness, insurance, usury, moneymaking and to develop an erotic devotion to them. paedocircumcised have a different idea of happiness from that of naturals. This isolates them in natural societies and they form communities of interest and religion.
Generally paedocircumcised are more dependent on the social background than naturals because of the lack of informational biofeedback from a psychologically important pleasure-producing sense. They are less individualistic or more collectivistic. They have a greater need for social support not merely because of their common mental disposition but also because they need stable conditions granting the psychological compensations for their chronic dissatisfaction. paedocircumcised need society in order to channel their abstract enthusiasms and beliefs. They are in a more desperate need of a consensus of opinion about abstract notions in order for their life to make sense.
paedocircumcised have a different group interest than naturals. They tend to be more involved in general categories including abstract monotheism. As a rule religion is an important factor for their consolidation. The paedocircumcising ethnoses living in natural countries tend to form closed and conservative groups. They may form groups that are approximately as isolated as those of anonymous alcoholics.
Chronic dissatisfaction tends to make paedocircumcised restless and intense. In atheistic environment this may superbly adapt them to competition. Such men are often workaholics. They cannot be unoccupied because idleness frustrates them. To them working for future improvement or gain substitutes faith. Work for the sake of work increases productivity and is as useful to society as faith is. The American Dream in its modern sense of getting-rich-quick is a seemingly atheistic application of erogenous dissatisfaction.
The Circumcision complex concerns the substitution of rewarding pleasure. It determines the value system and produces groupism and clannishness. Like any neurotic condition it fervently requires strong social support and unanimity.
Limb amputees can better inscribe in natural democratic societies than paedocircumcised because their deficiency usually does not involve lack of essential pleasure sensitivity. The mental shift of amputees does not fabricate emotional substitutes and their thinking remains rational.
No real integration of paedocircumcised ethnoses in natural societies seems possible unless paedocircumcision is discontinued. Anyway, acknowledging the mental shift that the Circumcision complex causes would allow for an adequate attitude towards those ethnoses to be developed and legalized. Meanwhile, if paedocircumcised realize that the missing pleasure sensitivity makes them too fidgety could help them set their minds at rest. Their awareness that the effects of circumcision tend to unduly intensify their devotions could help them find a way to safely and constrictively discharge their emotions.