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On psychology

Emil Cioran quote_Wrath of Gnon

It seems self-evident to me, but apparently not to many people, as the correlation between the decline of the West and the pervasive influence of the psychological establishment is seldom discussed. Christianity is blamed far more often, despite the fact that it has been a central part of Western culture for centuries, whereas psychology’s rise seems to coincide with the decline of our society, and also the subverting and weakening of Christianity.Coincidence?

The subject certainly deserves to be noticed and examined more widely.

[Quote from Wrath of Gnon]

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6 thoughts on “On psychology

  1. psychology’s rise seems to coincide with the decline of our society, and also the subverting and weakening of Christianity.Coincidence?

    Definitely no coincidence. Psychiatrists have largely displaced priests. That has given psychiatrists immense (and frightening) power.

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  2. Yes, in effect they are the ‘high priests’ or shamans (shamen?) of our society for a lot of people. Pop culture very much looks to psychiatrists/psychologists and other such social ‘scientists’ as guides to life choices and to interpret reality, in effect.

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  3. Pop culture very much looks to psychiatrists/psychologists and other such social ‘scientists’ as guides to life choices and to interpret reality

    Yes, and psychiatrists/psychologists are also useful to make sure people know the rules. They tell people what emotions they should feel, and what emotions are allowed or forbidden in particular circumstances.

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  4. E. Michael Jones, A Goy Guide to World History, second half, has a good analysis of Freud’s agenda and Cultural Marxism. “We have internalized the commands of our oppressors.”

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