In brief, according to dialectic 'reasoning,' synthesis, i.e., consensus (a "sense perception" of "oneness"), i.e., world unity (or rather "worldly unity") can not be accomplished while there are opposing positions of right and wrong , i.e., of "true - not true" (antithesis) dividing us, i.e., preventing 'change.' "Worldly unity" (and "socialist harmony") can only become a 'reality' when our common "feelings," i.e., our common desire for pleasure, i.e., that which is of the flesh and the world only, and our common dissatisfaction with authority, i.e., our hate of restraint are 'discovered' (revealed) through dialogue and put into social action (called praxis), uniting us as "one," in consensus, with us working together as one in order (as in "new" world order) to 'liberate' ourselves and the world from our parent's and God's authority and restraints, i.e., from the standards of the "past." Discussion is facts or truth (position) based while the dialoguing of opinions is "feelings" of the 'moment' ("sensuous needs" and "sense perception") based. You do not have to tell people to attack God (or children to attack their parents), just 'liberate' their love of pleasure from their parent's/God's restraints (through the dialoguing of their opinions with one another to a consensus, engendering affirmation) and hate of parents/God and their/His restraint will naturally follow. The dark side of our love of pleasure and the world that stimulates it, is our hate of restraint and the restrainer.
The seedbed of the "new" world order (Marxism) lies within you, in your dialoguing with your "self," 'justifying' your desires of the 'moment' and your dissatisfaction with restraint, i.e., your opinion—thinking about how the world "is," restrained by authority, and imagining how it "ought" to be, full of pleasure—making you common with, i.e., subject to, i.e. a slave to all that is of the world only. The role of the facilitator of 'change' is to "help" you 'discover' (through the dialoguing of your opinion) with others your 'common-ness" (consensus) with all who are (and that is) of the world, "helping" you 'liberate' your "self" from those who are (and that which is) not, i.e., the father's/Father's authority system—something you have been doing or trying to do (like two "children" did in a garden called Eden) since the father's/Father's first command, rule, fact, and truth and threat of punishment came into your life, getting in the way of you being "of and for self," i.e., "of and for" the world only, i.e., "human," i.e., "normal." It is what the consensus process, group psychotherapy, Transformational Marxism, Globalism, Church Growth, Emergent Church (and any other new label or name that follows) all have in common—why they are all one and the same.
When justification is found outside your "self," requiring you to humble, deny, control, discipline your "self" in order to do right and not wrong, then obedience to authority (with chastening for disobedience) follows. Rebellion is when 'justification' is found in your "self" alone. Revolution is when 'justification' is found in your "self" and outside your "self," i.e., in the world as well, i.e., in your thoughts responding, in harmony, with the world around you, i.e., in theory and practice, with both (emotion and motion) becoming in essence one—"building relationship" based upon "self interest," i.e., according to the "feelings" or "sensuous needs" and "sense perception" of the 'moment, i.e., according to the laws of nature (of the flesh) only. (Chart)
© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2016