Despotism of utopias
The cerebral doctrines of Marx, Freud and Einstein are abstract and irrefutable within their own frames. They are dogmatic, conservative and hence irrational and biased. Inevitably they have certain negative social effects such that encourage conservatism, doctrinism, segregation and discrimination. It is not surprising at all that each of these scientific philosophies has produced religious-like cults that branched into sects. Even the apparently liberative Marxism produced slavery and severe class segregation. It claimed to be progressive but resulted in a multipurpose conservatism that rolled the wheel of history backwards. Even the seemingly sex-liberating Freudianism aims at social integration via the repression of sex drives and is morally conservative. Even the cerebral and detached Einsteinianism assimilated concrete physics and produced impenetrable scientific circles, ethnic science and clannishness.[i]
Their central dogmas may seem new and rational. However, their novelty is in the broadness of the generalizations. The sweeping all-inclusive indiscriminate and uncriticizable overgeneralizations are actually irrational self-sufficient oversimplifications. All of which makes these doctrines conservative, dogmatic, arrogant and conventional philosophies of scientific makeup. The revolutions they offer are introvertive and consist in rearranging ideas that overgeneralization allows so actually they are of a theological nature.
Utopic doctrines are conservative and dogmatic because they are based on abstract incontrovertible assumptions and serve indisputable ideas. They worship authoritarian principles. The historical materialism, the sex-driven psychology and the quantum physics are continuations of the idea of the infallible omnipresent abstract God. The abstract monotheism of Abrahamics has prepared the contemporary minds for these philosophies. The long-term psychological effects of circumcision that once trimmed the road clean for monotheism prove to be conductive to them.
Arrogance of faiths
During the last decades the clergy of circumcising religions haughtily insinuated that people are not yet grown up enough (still immature) to understand God’s wisdoms such as the circumcision covenant. Likewise, Marxists arrogantly justify the collapse of communism, killing and the ruined lives of millions of people with undeveloped class consciousness and economics. In a similarly detached fashion many branches of Freudian psychology shy away from the physical causes of mental conditions and psychologists fear bodily contact with their patients. Meanwhile quantum physicists proudly declared that their science has outgrown its empirical stage. All of these disciplines went too intellectual and haughtily departed from reality.
Enslavement in the name of liberation, repression of affection for the sake of love, disregard of facts for the sake of understanding, faith on account of fear or reward, cruelty on the authority of morals, desensitization for the benefit of refinement, circumcision for the benefit of obedience are among the double-tongued traps of the abstract doctrines.
The traps set by dissatisfaction use as bite easily digestible symbols. Once swallowed the promises for instant salvation speed up the mental metabolism and become obsessive. Attractive emblems readily suppress desires and individuality in order to ensure their complete gratification in the future. Metaphors are mental realities that dissatisfaction eagerly substantiates. Certainly the cut erogenous sensitivity helps here.
The abstract monotheism as well as the other isms have an authoritarian nature. They repudiate individualism and free will. That is why like totalitarian dictatorships, religion and abstract science fear sexuality. Traditional isms suppress sexuality by imposing circumcision of either mind or flesh or of both of them. Other modern isms simply avoid sexual issues and pretend to have nothing to do with self-alienation and repressed sexuality. All of the isms, however, readily sacrifice individuality, erogenous sensitivity and human sensitivity for their purposes.
Abstract ideas exist outside facts. They are a matter of belief and convention and are indisputable and irrefutable, which makes them convincing. Adherence to abstract notions divides humanity into irreconcilable fractions. It makes people dependant on uncriticizable establishments and dogmas. Doctrinism encourages dependence and reliance on authority. As long as progress is driven by individuals the doctrinarism impedes the development of civilization. Wise words mesmerize. Their grandiosity plays upon the hungers of those who are dissatisfied whilst the abstract promises they hold enchains them.
Growing up is to shed unrealistic ideals instead of to defend them blindly. Responsibility suggests autonomous reasoning not entrusted to authorities. Growing up necessitates clear mind and daring not blurred ideals and blind obedience. Only realistic knowledge can set free and only those who are unprejudiced. Utopian wisdom only confuses and enslaves.