Apr 22, 2020, 6:21 PM
My argument is that the faithful cannot abandon belief, and the rational cannot adopt faith – and that the tendency in favor of either is demonstrably genetic as well as cultural in origin.
We cannot legislate belief or unbelief. So all we can do is trade. Traditionally european civilization has practiced trifunctionalism: the militiary-masculine(dominance)-political, and the commercial-judicial, and the religious-feminine(submissive)-familial.
And as such we can trade loyalty to one another under natural law. The law is empirical and reciprocal and trade is the only possible means of reciprocity between the aristocratic-martial and the noble-faithful.
The purpose here is to (a) remind both parties that we have always been tri-functional, and it is part of our success, (b) that the difference is priority between Pagan (heroic) martial, heathen(scientific) legal, and christian (subservient) faithful – not a difference but a difference in priority. (c) that we can trade loyalty to one another (d) that this is what we have always done. (e) and that I can only write the law that moderates dominance-force and submission-resistance with scientific law.
I am a heathen(judicial-nature) first, a pagan(martial-war) second, and a christian(faith-love) third. But I am all three. Because that is my ROLE in civilization.
Each of us that ‘cares’ fulfills a role in the hierarchy of the three competing groups of elites. We advance a strategy under elites of Martial-Defense, Legal-Scientific, or Faithful-Resistance
Six Permutations of Priority: M=Martial .. L=Legal .... F= Faithful M L F .... .... L F M .... .... F L M M F L .... .... L M F .... .... F M L
We divide the labor of our civilization, not by exclusivity but by priority of our three weapons of influence.