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The Great Intellectual Challenge of the 21st Century
Do You Have A Healthy Personality? Researchers Think They Can Tell You
I am almost positive that the very idea of such a normative personality is yet another example of the freudian attempt at enforcing conformity.
As far as I know big 5/6 + IQ personalities cluster in three groups, around what we’d conventionally call conservative male, ascendent male, and female stereotypes (that research is out this year).
As far as I know the range of personality variations – including what we consider anti-social personalities – are useful to KIN GROUPS, and that the ‘industry’ is still ‘stuck’ in that bias of the industrial, freudian, monopoly-of-conformity of individuals and ‘individualism’ as an excuse for mandated conformity, rather than the historical division of perception, cognition, and labor and social (hierarchical) tripartism of kin groups.
This persistent ‘error’ in the soft (projected) ‘sciences’, is, as far as my work goes, the central problem of thought in the 21st century. We are still trying to overcome the monopoly authoritarianism of Boas, Marx, Feud, Adorno et all, Derrida et al, and the feminists et al that sought to take advantage of the democratic novelty to obtain power.
And the 21st century, beginning within the next decade, will consist largely of the transformation of the soft sciences into hard sciences reflecting groups rather than individuals – because the ‘individualism'(ideal) movement has failed. We evolved as a division of perceptual, cognitive, negotiative, and advocative labor across the generations, among members of kin groups functioning as an intertemporal network of ‘calculation’ of choices.
The reason people are unhappy is the attempt to create ‘complete’ individuals instead of ‘complete’ kin groups.
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