—“Can you explain how that paradigm is Abrahamic?”— Sean-Vernon Sutherland
(Referring to capitalism vs socialism instead of rule of law and arbitrary rule)
Using the method of persuasion consisting of false promise, pilpul, and critique (undermining) by which the abrahamic religions of the old world, and the new world: marxism, socialism, feminism, postmodernism, and denialism, with of course, fundamentalist islam persisting.
It’s the female method of undermining, rather than western masculine truth and reciprocity.
in effect the abrahamic method (undermining) is the primary competitor to european science and chinese reason. It is the art of lying.
Study women’s conflict strategy.
—“I don’t see what that has to do with Abraham.”— Sean-Vernon Sutherland
Then maybe you don’t need to. Unless you want to learn the different means by which different civilizations conduct their propaganda (mythology) and group strategy then it’s not important for you.
Just learn the technique, learn the technique of western truth, and every civilization employs a system of argument (persuasion) somewhere between european truth and abrahamic lying, with chinese closest to european, followed by hindustani, followed by buddhist followed by abrahamic (middle eastern, monotheistic, supernatural sophism, and its modern reformation in pseudoscience, and sophism).
If we use the term rabbinical (who invented it) then we exclude christianity, islam, judaism, marxism, freudianism, boasianism, postmodernism, feminism and denialism (political correctness) which are all constructed by the same means. So we use abahamic to encompass both the first generation of abrahamic sophisms (abrahamic religions) and the second generation (marxism, socialism, postmodernism, feminism, denialism, political correctness).
This (The Gramamars) is one of the foundational methodologies in propertarianism:
0. Enumeration, Serialization, Disambiguation, and Operationalization
1. Testimonial Truth and The Grammars of truth and deceit
2. Reciprocity, Demonstrated Interest
4. Strict construction of law
5. Perfect Government
There is much more than that but that’s about all people can manage at one time.