I’m a Naturalist, Evolutionary Humanist,
Animalist, Sceptic, Atheist, and Antitheist.

Atheist (A-Theist) - Someone who doesn’t hold a belief in deities.

Antitheist (Anti-Theist) - Someone who offers active opposition to theism, to organized religion, and to beliefs in deities.
[I consider the effects of god belief and religion as dangerous. That has been proved by history (witch hunts, persecution and punishments of heretics, the crusades, the inquisition, countless wars, racism, slavery, violent missionary, circumcision, etc.).]

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Since A-Theism and Anti-Theism do not offer ideological contents, but merely constitute negations of Theism, my worldview is the scientific and philosophical Naturalism.

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Naturalist (scientific) - Someone who opines the position that trustworthy knowledge can only be gained with practical methods and that hypotheses can be explained and tested only by reference to natural causes and events (i.e., specific mechanisms, not indeterminate miracles). Methodological naturalism is the principle underlying all of natural science and comprehends the exclusion of metaphysics. [I extend this idea to all of philosophy too.]
Scientific naturalism implies scientific realism, physicalism, reductionism, criticism of religion, and intentional rejection of metaphysics.

Evolutionary Humanist - Based on the values of enlightenment, Evolutionary Humanism is a humanistic movement of a resolute naturalistic character inspired by art, science, and philosophy. Substantial characteristics of Evolutionary Humanism are a critical-naturalistic world view, secularism, and reason-based general ethics (in dissociation from traditional, religiously coined moral). These ethics turn against the postulation of irrefutable dogmas and see also moral acting during an evolutionary process implied, which must be able to adapt to new realization gains and evolved social occurences. Beyond that, Evolutionary Humanism distinguishes itself clearly from speciesistic and social-darwinian ideologies, which (the latter two) grant a different weight in principle to the interests of different species or individuals.

Animalist - The philosophical and social perception that defines humans not as a form of existence on its own, but rather as an animal species and thus part of the animalistic nature.

Sceptic - Someone who habitually doubts beliefs and claims presented as accepted by others, requiring strong evidence before accepting any belief or claim.

I'm A Darwinist

 

Libertarian Anarchist - Someone who advocates individual liberty, especially freedom of thought and action, and seeks to diminish or even abolish authority in the conduct of human relations. Someone who holds that government is immoral, undesirable, unnecessary, and even harmful.
It is the view that each person has the right to live his life in any way he chooses so long as he respects the equal rights of others. Libertarian Anarchists defend each person's right to life, liberty, and property-rights that people have naturally, before governments are created.
The case against government is based on two arguments: moral and practical. The moral argument is that government is unjust as it is inherently aggressive. The practical argument is that the market produces better outcomes than the government.
While the popular understanding of anarchism is of a violent, anti-State movement, anarchism is a much more subtle and nuanced tradition then a simple opposition to government power. Anarchists oppose the idea that power and domination are necessary for society, and instead advocate more co-operative, anti-hierarchical forms of social, political and economic organisation.

The proposed solution is Market Anarchy: a totally voluntary society where the useful functions of government are provided competitively on the market. Anarchy does not mean a society without law and order; rather it is a society without rulers. Law and order are provided voluntarily and consensually, instead of monopolistically and coercively by a government. The strategy to achieve market anarchy is to peacefully end government by means of education, secession, and agorism, among others.

 

I denunciate…

…racism, social darwinism, speciesism, anthropocentrism, chauvinism, nationalism, militarism, androcentrism, gynocentrism, sexism, gender mainstreaming, political correctness, theism, religion, fascism, national socialism, communism, socialism, capitalism, economic materialism, consumerism, slavery, child abuse, child pornography, killing based on base motives, torture, violence, war, pollution, hunting for trade, animal testing, presentation of animals in circuses, fur farming, wildlife destruction, and much more.


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