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    Anti-Humanism a philosophical theory that is critical of Humanism. Central to antihumanism is the view that traditional philosophical anthropology and its concepts of "human nature", "human condition", "man", "humanity", "vitality", and "agency", etc should be rejected as historically relative, ideological, or metaphysical. What it means by the statement, is that while humanists believe in objective truth about human nature, Antihumanism seeks to deconstruct the meaning behind that "nature". This is not meant to be associated with Misanthropy, which sees the existence of human beings as undesirable. Anti-humanists reject concepts such as humanism's presuppositions about the nature of human beings, and reject and criticize socially constructed moral cultures.

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    Anti-Humanism is accredited in large part to Max Stirner and Friedrich Nietzsche, in "The Ego And It's Own" (Stirner), and "Genealogy Of Morals" (Nietzsche). Many Anti-Humanists also believe that mature Marx was not a "humanist", as he believed that "humanism" was an unreal abstraction that masks conflicts between antagonistic classes; since human rights are abstract, the justice and equality they protect are also abstract, permitting extreme inequalities in reality. WIP

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    Religious Anti-Humanism[edit | edit source]

    Religious Anti-Humanism is a religious variant of Anti-Humanism

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    • Post-Structuralism, Post-Modernism and Deconstructionism - The human is an essential concept, living in a world where he believes he is different from everything else in the cosmics. This is a lie.
    • Stirnerism - "Our atheists are pious people. If in the so-called feudal times we held everything as a fief from God, in the liberal period the same feudal relation exists with Man. God was the Lord, now Man is the Lord; God was the Mediator, now Man is; God was the Spirit, now Man is."
    • Nietzscheanism - "God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him. How shall we comfort ourselves, the murderers of all murderers?"
    • Marxism - "Feuerbach resolves the essence of religion into the essence of man. But the essence of man is no abstraction inherent in each single individual. In reality, it is the ensemble of the social relations. Feuerbach, who does not enter upon a criticism of this real essence is hence obliged to abstract from the historical process and to define the religious sentiment regarded by itself, and to presuppose an abstract — isolated - human individual. The essence therefore can by him only be regarded as ‘species’, as an inner ‘dumb’ generality which unites many individuals only in a natural way."
    • Zhuang Zhou Thought - "When he comes, he comes at the right time, and when he goes, he goes with the sky, and he is content with his fortune. The emotions of sadness and joy cannot exist today. In ancient times, this was called the release of natural restraints."
    • Foucauldianism - "What I am afraid of about humanism is that it presents a certain form of our ethics as a universal model for any kind of freedom. I think that there are more secrets, more possible freedoms, and more inventions in our future than we can imagine in humanism"
    • Redbeardianism - "Human rights and wrongs are not determined by Justice, but by Might. Disguise it as you may, the naked sword is still king-maker and king-breaker, as of yore. All other theories are lies and — lures."
    • Relativism - After all, human beings are not a whole, let alone have common moral standards.
    • Heideggerianism - Capable, Even though there is still a little bit of metaphysics.
    • Anti-Liberalism - Liberals are still promoting their ignorance and damned morality.
    • Nilssonianism - Antiliberal religious antihumanist? Based.

    Frenemies[edit | edit source]

    • Spinozism - The first ally, and the great philosopher, but please stop this nonsense about rationality.
    • Schopenhauerism - "All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident."But altruism is absolute folly.
    • Taoism - "If you abandon the sage and abandon wisdom, the people's benefits will be doubled; if you abandon the benevolent and righteous, the people will return to filial piety and kindness; if you abandon the skillful and profitable, there will be no thieves."But Metaphysics? Oh Come On.

    Enemies[edit | edit source]

    • Humanism - The human is an artificial concept that limits the subject. Learn that "humanity" is not the main essence of this universe.
    • Transhumanism - You're just a humanist with metal parts.
    • Essentialism - A bitch from thousands of years ago.
    • Modernism - NO.
    • Christianity - Literally slave morality.
    • Christian Humanism - Evidence of what I say. You simply justify anthropocentrism by saying that human is “God’s favorite creation”
    • Secular Humanism - The death of god and the start of the abstract cult of man.
    • Misanthropy - I never said opposing humanism is the same thing as opposing human beings. How do people get us confused?

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