No ser unidimensional, no tratar a otros como si tuvieran personalidades unidimensionales.
RACISMO, LIBERALISMO, PRIMITIVISMO en http://theanti-puritan.blogspot.com.ar/2016/11/aphorisms-27.html?m=1
Though hatred of lies has not made me a lover of bigotry, I would rather live in the sun as a “racist” than grovel in the dungeon as a slave. In other words, accepting the label of racist is freeing, because the purpose of the label is to manipulate the person who desperately avoids being called racist. Once you accept the label they have no hold on you. But this does not mean that you have to hate others — you do not have to actually become a bigot. You generate the greatest cognitive dissonance in the liberal mind by calling yourself a racist without hating anyone, ever, at all. If fact, “racist Gandhi” would drive them absolutely insane. They need the false certainty of one-dimensional personalities. Be multi-dimensional. Make it hard for them to be a cognitive miser.
Liberalism is a cognitive technique for people who do not actually like thinking to acquire sophistication and status. The “racist” label has incredible power. It is a ad hominem attack, and humans, due to evolution, are uniquely prone to falling for ad hominem arguments against others. We evolved in tribes. To attack someone with a moral label works because it show they are outside the tribe. In this respect “cuck” serves the equivalent purpose on the new right at “racist” does on the left. Words have power when they evoke tribal xenophobic attitudes. Everyone “in” the tribe has rights, duties, and worth. Everyone “outside” has no rights and no worth. All terms of shame are basically tribal. Humans use these as shorthand to decide who their enemies are. In the ancestral environment politics was routinely deadly. This is why all politics is heated, why all moral arguments are really about politics, why all political arguments are really about violence, and why simply leaving people alone — political voluntaryism is subscribed to by less than one in a thousand persons.
Voluntaryism is the doctrine that relations among people should be by mutual consent, or not at all. It represents a means, an end, and an insight. Voluntaryism does not argue for the specific form that voluntary arrangements will take; only that force be abandoned so that individuals in society may flourish. As it is the means which determine the end, the goal of an all voluntary society must be sought voluntarily. People cannot be coerced into freedom.
As Isabel Paterson, explained in her book, The God of the Machine, “No edict of law can impart to an individual a faculty denied him by nature. A government order cannot mend a broken leg, but it can command the mutilation of a sound body. It cannot bestow intelligence, but it can forbid the use of intelligence.”