The Greatest Psychic of the 21st century.
Grimdark writer. Really cares a lot about history and philosophy.
I'm a moral relativist. Because everyone has different definitions of right and wrong and are willing to fight for what they believe in, the victor is the ultimate chooser of what is right and wrong, creating a moral 'block', in which his successors' ideologies then sprout out of, eventually diverging and creating a second moral block.
Henceforth, it seems that the only way to abolish war and evil is to abolish all conflict and all different viewpoints, but nobody wants that. Just like nobody wants their culture to be overrun by another country. It's strange. Almost like if freedom is the creation of evil, but then again, is not a government illegitamate if it doesn't protect its people?
I don't have any favorite authors. However, any work which is analogous to an allegory of philosophy disguised as a story, such as War and Peace, or Les Miserables I find enjoyable.
Truth is what must be sought after all, and if no truth is established, then what we do comes to naught.
- Seasoning City, Japan
- JoinedMarch 19, 2023