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The Revolution of the Dialectic: Gregarious Conduct

Gregarious Conduct

Gregarious conduct is a tendency that the human machine allows. This tendency is to ally itself with other human machines without distinction or control of any type.

Let us examine what one does when in a group or in a crowd. I am sure that very few people would dare go out into the street and throw stones at someone. However, when in a group, they do so. Someone can slip into a public demonstration and become fired up with enthusiasm; thus, they end up joining the masses in throwing stones. Although, later he will ask himself, why did I do that?

The Revolution of the Dialectic: Deformation of the Word

Deformation of the Word

The explosion of a cannon destroys the glass of a window. On the other hand, a soft word pacifies anger or wrath. Nevertheless, an insulting, inharmonious word produces anger or melancholy, sadness, hatred, etc.

It is said that silence is golden, but it is better stated with the following words: it is as incorrect to speak when one must be silent as it is to be silent when one must speak!

There are criminal silences, there are infamous words. One must calculate with nobility of manner the result of spoken words, for often times one hurts others with words in an unconscious manner.

The Revolution of the Dialectic: Knowing How to Listen

Knowing How to Listen

We have to learn how to listen. In order to learn how to listen, we have to awaken the consciousness.

In order to learn how to listen one has to know how to be present because the one who is listening is always escaping into his own psychological country or city.

The human personality and the physical body (because it is its vehicle) do not know how to listen.

The Revolution of the Dialectic: The Exactness of the Term

The Exactness of the Term

As the basis of his dialectic, Socrates demanded precision of terminology. In our revolution of the dialectic, we demand precision of the verb as a foundation.

The word is a distinctive human feature; it is the instrument of individual expression and communication among humans. It is the vehicle of exterior language and the discharge or exteriorization of the complicated interior language, which can be utilized by both the Being or the ego.

The Revolution of the Dialectic: The Psychological Robot

The Psychological Robot

The intellectual animal is similar to a robot programmed by mechanical wheels; he is also similar to a clock because he keeps repeating the same movements of his past existences.

The intellectual animal, falsely called a human being, is a psychological robot who does nothing; everything just happens to him. The Being is the only one who does anything. The Being causes to surge forth what he wants because he is not a mechanical entity.