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I begin intent on the liberation of the mind, establishing objective good which is based in liberty which is self evident. What is it everyone wants? Most say to be happy, but happiness isn’t a state. Being happy is the feelings associated with thoughts and interaction. What everyone wants, is to do what they want to do. Any person who can do what they want to do can choose interaction that causes them to be happy, while anyone who cannot has happiness compromised by some imposition. Which means morality begins and ends with imposition.

There are 2 general components to imposition. There are actually 4, but the additional 2 require explanation that may confuse the reader, and so these two suffice for general purposes in an introduction.

1: Direct Imposition

In order for a creature to do as they please they must be free from physical imposition, which means an individual’s liberty extends to the point where it interferes with the liberty of someone else.

2: Indirect Imposition

In order for an individual to do as they please, it requires the means to do. Means consists of the opportunity to aquire the resources and the know how to do, inaccordance with their desire. Means are determined by the political and economic systems in place, which whether democratic or otherwise, is subject to collective consent. Systems that circumstantially trap people, those providing inadequate opportunities to acquire the means for an individual to do, are imposing through collective consent.

This is the basis for objective good, as universal interest is liberty. Imposition is the ruler used to measure what is good objectively, because in the absence of imposition all people can do what they want to do.

This is the moral lens from which this material proceeds from, and it is also a source of motivation as a member of this species, to make what can be right, right, as it serves not only my self interest, but the self interest of everyone on this planet.

Liberty has no value higher than the truth. The truth has to do with what is, which impacts motivation and know how. Which is to say faulty truth can cause us to do things or want to do things that we wouldn’t be motivated to do if we wern’t acting based on a false understanding. Obviously, to do what you want to do requires true know.

From the preceding paragraph we establish that self deception is against one’s own self interst. All people want to do what they want to do, and self deception obstructs know how, and compromises free motivation. Despite this truth, people are committed self deceivers. To state it simply, people like things more than they like what is true about things. Things being a position, a belief, a person, or anything a person has information about, is tied to the value of things, and as an element of that person’s truth is tied to their value of themself. Value is compromised when something that they believed to be good can be shown to be bad or when something they believed to be true can be shown to be false. There is a negative feeling associated with viewing or hearing information that challenges your beliefs, because in compromising the value of the thing, it is decreasing an individual’s value of themself. People avoid the truth because of the negative feeling associated with exposure to it.

I was accused in an arguement of having a monopoly on the truth. I explained that it only appeared as such because I am loyal to it. Meaning when I understand myself to be wrong, I adopt the correct position, instead of remain in a preferred error.

Truth over everything, and liberty is true. In this, the bias of no bias lens with which analysis and ideas are prepared is understood.