possibly but not sure about the accurate part. Take accurate out and I might give you some agreement.
Stereotypes can cause self-doubt which removes the “accurate” out of it.
Example: standard boy taunt. “You’re gay!”, from around 8-12 yrs old.
Causes self-doubt in many boys, internalization, questioning, etc. Accuracy not required and can’t even be guaranteed. Just the “punch” is enough.
“If I think you’re [x] and you disagree, you’re [x] because you disagreed.”
caleb’s world, next episode
person: *wears glasses*
some asshole: of fucking course he’s a nerd he wears glasses
person: haha i sure walked into that one
Just has to exhibit the symptoms. Doesn’t have to be a nerd using your logic.
You both diagnose and declare and close the book on it.
OP is clearly a child of around 14 yrs of age who hangs around parts of the internet which utilize poor reasoning skills and he has absorbed bad habits from association.
I determine this from the symptoms of poor reasoning skills commonly associated with youth.
Therefore, using the logic of the OP, poster is a child.
That’s the stuff of middle school jokes though.
It’s the implications that ride in with it for free. People with certain personality types such as Aspergers, high functioning autism, etc can’t always see implications they send or are sent to them, but most people can.
It can be learned though, through reasoning through it.
Have you ever been looked into your empathy levels? It’s possible you’re a high functioning autistic. This would explain your inability to see what could be wrong with this
This can enlighten. Took it a while back. I got a 29, which is *just* under the line in that low empathy zone. I was blind to this problem as a kid to this kind of stuff, which is why I mention it.
Your philosophy could be inspired by a disorder, that’s all I’m saying.