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    There are some of them among our kind, whose behavior is appalling and contemptuous... But punishing them or lecturing them is of no use at all, for their eccentricities often arise spontaneously, as do you and I, both wise and foolish, of high and low birth... The fool objected to me, saying that the people I depicted were demons. If, in our traditional, customary way, they are indeed demons... But they are the instruments that 'nature' has devised to carry out its laws. Nature has given them a savage and bloody character, which is the nature of life.

    Sadism is a philosophy based on Marquis de Sade. Sade was an atheist, and believed that ethics and morals are nothing but a lie made by ruling classes to fool the ruled classes, which would allow the ruling classes to dominate all the pleasures themselves. The reasoning goes, that since the ruling classes are the one whose advocating and enforcing ethics to the ruled classes, yet the ruling classes doesn't actually even believe and act according to the ethics, it would be rather convincing to think that the ethics never existed in the first place. Sade also believed that the ONLY thing that is worth following is pleasure.It's also worth noting that Sade self-proclaimed to be a democrat during French Revolution and had opposed the Reign of Terror along with death penalty.

    Beliefs[edit | edit source]

    The philosophy of Sade, known as sadism, revolves around the idea of total freedom and individual pleasure without moral constraints. Sade advocated for the pursuit of personal pleasure, even at the expense of others, without concern for social or moral norms. He believed in absolute freedom to satisfy sexual desires and cruelty without limits, challenging the moral conventions of his time. His literary work explores these ideas through characters who exercise unrestricted power over others to fulfill their own pleasure.

    Personality[edit | edit source]

    Sadism is sadistic to his victims.He is an extreme hedonist who seeks his own pleasure through the humiliation and torment of others.

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    Friends[edit | edit source]

    Sadism considers the concept of "Friends" an inherently moral thing.

    Frenemies[edit | edit source]

    • Stirnerism - You understand that morality is a spook, but it's a shame that you don't agree to libertinism.
    • Nietzscheanism - You understand that altruism is dumb, but it's a shame that you don't agree to libertinism. Also please stop worshipping Napoleon.
    • Redbeardianism - You understand that morality is a mere spider web, but please stop worshipping Napoleon. Also democracy is good actually.
    • Orthodox Marxism - Why did you steal my quote?
    • Sadomasochism - Freak -_-
    • Masochism - My idiotic bitch. Bow before me you pathetic scum.
    • Avaritionism - Finally, a worthy opponent! Our battle will be legendary!
      • - Well, let's do a little torture...

    Enemies[edit | edit source]

    • Altruism & Pacifism- I hate morality, fuck off! Besides Aren't you just her
    • Anti-Liberalism - Democracy is good actually, you too fuck off!
    • Hegelianism - Your philosophy is stupid and worshipping Napoleon is outrageous.
    • Catholicism - Bring it on, show me what you are made of!
    • Napoleon Bonaparte - How does it feel to get your ass kicked by Russia and Great Britain?
    • Moralism - What the fuck is wrong with you?

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