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To Think is to be Dissident

I am certain that to think is to be dissident: caught up in a stimulating battle of conflicting concepts, re-evaluating accepted information, attempting to clarify meaning. Dissidence is something the thinker can not escape. You can not think without finding alternative, without considering whether what is thought to be true may in fact be false, what seems reasonable may NOT stand up to reason. You can not think without recognizing our social constructs, our answers to fundamental questions are espoused through a voice of cultural acceptance.

Without time (or permission) to understand the meaning of an opposing thought any opposition to the predictably supported system outcome becomes most irksome.

Ideas that are not easily digested, ideas that bring forth contradiction, ideas that live in the realm of uncertainty are seen as counter productive when power is exerting it's presence in order to control outcome. Those...Read more