Is there a value for anti-empathy?
David Kelly observes how we can overcome even pre-born phobias (snakes .. spiders etc)
He outlines a therapy that involves guided convergence with release from phobia that opens access to more avenues of creative existence.
Now .. it has been demonstrated that phobia of spiders, snakes, large animals, long-drops .. etc, is a primal inherent .. but .. yet it can be overcome by external guidence.
My question is:
Is the basic mechanism for mutual convergence (i.e. the gregarious convergence of teh social animal homo sapiens)
Does this result in a kind of thermal brain death that requires the total competitive psychopath to correct?
Or is the psychopath an aberation of pre-global tribal competition that results in pre-global survival?
And if teh psychopath is a pre-global imperative, what do we do with the psychos that now threaten the total extinction of the human genome?
Is this acceptable, or do we have a path forward?
Closing Statement from Mitch SMith
Unfotunatley, the TED comment and cmment/edit facility has fallen victim to the anti trust that destroyed the value Bill Gates tried to give us at the turn of the century .. fer have any idea what happned there - needless to say, humanity was set back a thousand years .. hey ho .. goes on all the time.
So as a result of that destruction of uity, the TED interface is made up of grains of programming that do not fit - and .. in his instance prevent my operating system from recogising the edit component in these little windows that allow us to join.
Man - you were not there .. I was.
Since then .. ah well, we do as best we can.
Bernard - you are going to have to reveal more - you cannot simply blurt stuff out and expect anyone to accept your assertions.
I have proposed that the psychopath has no more value in a non-tribal global society.
Prove to me that you are more than a victim of your own brain.
Then we can go foreward.