I can't decide but the only dogmas I can find myself practicing as a sort of way of life would be Aristotle's tabula rasa - that thingie John Locke was sperging left and right about when in the heat of empiristic spirit - as well as the sole concept of determinism o/
In other ways, everything has a reason, cause and every single thing you do in life is also determined by the set amount of experiences you've accomplished or felt, in your entire life \o/
A nice example I'm often using when categorizing my views on this topic is the way somebody can say "if I were <that person>, I would do X either than the Y he did."
No. You wouldn't do X. You would go straight for that Y, you ignorant cunt.
If you were to be him and relive in his body exactly the same events, actions and aspects of his life, you wouldn't do anything other than what he would do, because YOU would be HIM.
If somebody wants to scratch his fucking nose out of the blue without even realizing it nor being lured by a sensation perhaps of a bug or some shit, the reason he's doing this must be either because he got himself a bad habbit of some sort or other kind of tic.
He's past experience has brought him up to this point to scratch his f****ng nose and he will do it, then he will and that's it. That's the justification of the simple thing.
If an atom can have a justification for being place X rather than being in place Y or Z, or Omega2QW33/2, let's say, because of a collision with another force, then why wouldn't a whole human body, a phenomena of life, why wouldn't something as amazing as him, have a justification?
I should stop using curses to stress out certain parts of text - even if that's what they have been made for. It's a bad habit of my old experience ʕ•ᴥ• ʔ>>5849784
Have you seen all of them?
They are so glorius <3
I still wonder how certain TV stations can keep up with the ratings when there are such wonders around~>>5849792
C'mon, small hyperbolisation doesn't hurt anybody /ᐠ｡ꞈ｡ᐟ\