202301210111 premissive philosophy∶ synthetic conclusions

  1. I can, should, and will say anything I want, (¶11, footnote 1), provided that it culminates in egalitarian recognition ¶44.
  2. Someone will always disagree with me. Someone disagreeing with me is insufficient for their claiming that I am wrong. (¶18)
  3. “Objective truth” is unnecessary. I do not need to say anything “objectively” true, since action is not objective but subjective, and I adduce truths on grounds of pragmatic action (§Epistemological Pragmatism, ¶25)
  4. I am always at least speaking subjective truths - I stand by all that I say as mine. No matter what you claim I’ve said “objectively” wrong is not of my interest. (§Systematic Pragmatism, ¶30)
  5. The only speech-act sufficient for speakability is subjective relationality. (¶58)
  6. Whatever furnishes relations between subjects as freedom is universally sufficient for speakability. That is, whatever arguably creates freedom requires no correction and is sufficient to stand by itself. ¶18-¶19
  7. I can be “non-objective” and not grift. My aim is critique, and this is a subjective, non-objective aim. ¶4

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