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My intuition claims Inverse and Anti theory are closely related, but I can't explain why it is, so they will get different titles for now.

Inverse Theory

Coercion is a state of enacting one theory while another active theory conflicts with it. All emotional pain, amounts to coercion.

People with one of the in the limit, stable, complete worldviews (empty, good, inverse), will never be coerced. Because they have no contradictions in their worldview, and no unanswered questions, they will always wholeheartedly go for some single course of action.

As people approach one of these complete, stable views, they will find it easier to avoid coercion, because they will be closer to having a unified, contradiction-free view. Which means that sufficiently bad people (near inverse view) will be difficult to coerce. Perhaps this helps to explain suicide attacks.

Elliot Temple on February 6, 2003

Comments (2)

> Which means that sufficiently bad people (near inverse view) will be difficult to coerce.

what do you mean that they are "difficult to coerce"?

just don't give them what they want you to give them. that will coerce them.

so like if a muslim terrorist wants america to pass shariah law in the next session of congress, and it doesn't pass, boom he's coerced.

maybe i'm not understanding you?

Anonymous at 2:25 PM on January 28, 2016 | #4720
you aren't understanding the topic. if they have a very pure consistent view, then it'll be hard to create any conflicts.

a muslim terrorist is not near the inverse view. they are something completely different: a mixed mess of contradictions.

Anonymous at 3:22 PM on January 28, 2016 | #4726

What do you think?

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