The Making of Law.
(excerpt from Links)

Dean Gotcher

"Keep thee far from a false matter; and the innocent and righteous slay thou not: for I will not justify the wicked."  Exodus 23:7

According to dialectic 'reasoning' laws must be tied to a persons "feelings," i.e., opinion of the 'moment,' making them readily adaptable to 'change,' instead of to established commands and rules, which make them unchangeable, i.e., unadaptable to, i.e., resistant to 'change.' Immanuel Kant's "Zweckmäßigkeit ohne Zweck; Gesetzmäßigkeit ohne Gesetz," i.e. "purposiveness without purpose; lawfulness without law" simply made law the product of "human nature," i.e., direct experience, i.e., the child's "sense experience," i.e., "sensuous needs" and "sense perception" of the 'moment' (Karl Marx, MEGA I/3) instead of the father's/Father's authority and the purpose of life augmenting pleasure instead of doing the father's/Father's will. (Immanuel Kant, Critique of Judgment) Therefore Georg Hegel, Karl Marx, Sigmund Freud, etc. established 'reality' upon the carnal nature of the child over (and therefore against) the father's/Father's authority (as explained in their quotes below). It is therefore only through the dialoguing of opinions to a consensus (the soviet system, i.e., the consensus process—a different name for the same beast, i.e., monster) that laws can be 'changed,' i.e., made adaptable to the "felt" needs of "the people," i.e., to the "felt" needs of the seducer, deceiver, and manipulator of the people, i.e., the facilitator of 'change.'

"And through covetousness [your carnal desires of the 'moment'] shall they with feigned words [double speak; plastic words] make merchandise ["human resource"] of you: whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their damnation slumbereth not." 2 Peter 2:3

According to dialectic 'reasoning,' it is not in the fact that a law is 'changed' but in the process (praxis) of 'changing' it that 'reality' resides. You persuade with facts and truth. You manipulate with "feelings," i.e., you manipulate "human resource" with "feelings," i.e., with "sensuous needs" ("lust of the flesh") and "sense perception" ("lust of the eyes"). If you accept being "human resource" I hope you like being manipulated, i.e., getting up in the morning, going to work, looking forward to being used (and discarded—you can call it re-cycled if it makes you "feel" better, i.e., enjoy deceiving your "self") as natural resource. If you get pleasure out of manipulating other people, I suppose then it makes it OK, at least in your eyes. That way, if you do it in the name of "the people," i.e., for the sake of the children (loving pleasure, hating restraint and the restrainer) you can get away with murder and not "feel" bad about it, i.e., not "feel" guilty—like your doing something wrong, wicked, or evil. Karl Marx summed it up this way: "The justice of state constitutions is to be decided not on the basis of Christianity, not from the nature of Christian society [doing right and not wrong according to the father's/Father's will, having a guilty conscience when you do wrong, disobey, sin] but from the nature of human society [according to the "felt" needs of the child, i.e., "the people," i.e.., according to the "felt" needs ("lusts") of the facilitator of 'change,' i.e., doing wrong, disobeying, sinning with no guilty conscience]." "The state arises out of the exigencies of man's [carnal] nature." "Laws must not fetter human life; but yield to it; they must change as the needs and capacities of the people [the facilitator of 'change'] change." "To enjoy the present reconciles us to the actual . . ." (Karl Marx, Critique of Hegel's 'Philosophy of Right') It is why R. W. Makepeace and Croom Helm could write in their book, Marxist Ideology and Soviet Criminal Law, "Jurisprudence of terror takes two forms; loosely defined rules which produces unpredictable law, and spontaneous changes in rules to best suit the state." The child, while getting great pleasure in helping the stranger look for his lost dog, will suffer great harm at his hands once he, i.e., the facilitator of 'change' is in control.

"The child, contrary to appearance, is the absolute, the rationality of the relationship; he is what is enduring and everlasting, the totality which produces itself once again as such [once he is 'liberated' from the father's/Father's authority so that he can be his "self," i.e., as he was before the father's/Father's first command, rule, fact, or truth came into his life, i.e., carnal, i.e., of the world only, but now under the control of facilitators of 'change']." (Georg Hegel, System of Ethical Life)

"Once the earthly family is discovered to be the secret of the holy family, the former must itself be annihilated [vernichtet] theoretically and practically." (Karl Marx, Theses On Feuerbach #4) "The life which he [the child] has given to the object [to the father] sets itself against him as an alien and hostile force." (Karl Marx, MEGA I/3, pp. 83-84)

"'It is not really a decisive matter whether one has killed one's father or abstained from the deed,' if the function of the conflict and its consequences are the same[there is no father's authority getting in the child's way]." (Sigmund Freud in Herbert Marcuse, Eros and Civilization)

"God is conceived more directly after a parental image and thus as a source of support and as a guiding and sometimes punishing authority." "Family relationships are characterized by fearful subservience to the demands of the parents and by an early suppression of impulses not acceptable to them." "Authoritarian submission was conceived of as a very general attitude that would be evoked in relation to a variety of authority figures—parents, older people, leaders, supernatural power, and so forth." "The power-relationship between the parents, the domination of the subject's family by the father or by the mother, and their relative dominance in specific areas of life also seemed of importance for our problem." (Theodor Adorno, The Authoritarian Personality)

"The guilty conscience is formed in childhood by the incorporation of the parents and the wish to be father of oneself." "What we call 'conscience' perpetuates inside of us our bondage to past objects now part of ourselves: the superego 'unites in itself the influences of the present [our "feelings," i.e., carnal desires of the 'moment'] and of the past [our "feelings," i.e., carnal desires of the past].'" (Norman O. Brown, Life Against Death: The Psychoanalytical Meaning of History)

"If the guilt accumulated in the civilized domination of man by man [with the father/Father ruling over his children/mankind, "repressing" "human nature"] can ever be redeemed by freedom [where everyone can be their "self," of the world only], then the 'original sin' must be committed again: 'We must again eat from the tree of knowledge in order to fall back into the state of innocence." (Herbart Marcuse, Eros and Civilization: A philosophical inquiry into Freud)

© Institution for Authority Research, Dean Gotcher 2017