Philosophy – “The Stupidities & Intelligence of Men & Women” – 9/2/2020

“A generalization is not so much the trivialization of a person, place, or thing. It is more the act of simplifying a person, place, or thing so that ambition, as a drive for stupidity, does not bring in a chaotic mentality.”

– Modern Romanticism

A man is direct, and straightforward. He is weak, when he holds back, though he is smarter when he does. Intelligence always operates on the aspect of vulnerability. That is because for a man, he will go straight, and onward enough to smash into a wall. Then, rather than attempting to understand the wall, fathom the obstacle for why it has been placed in his way, he will merely drive it down.

Men and their ambitions make them forward-thinkers. As a stupid one, such “forward-thinking” will always meet obstacles. To crush them all, makes the man an idiot. What does a woman do, when she has been the observant one to a man’s predictable Nature? She wishes to be forward-thinking. She looks to him, says that her being “held back” is an oppression, and then goes to aim for his exact motives, to replicate them. It is the same as her looking at her own reflection to apply the cosmetic, and seeing something hideous. She then embraces that ugliness, not ever wishing to only be seen as beautiful. For a man is an ugly fool, whenever he is a forward-thinker. A man is plain, in this sense. When a woman imitates this, she is also plain, as it is known of her to accept that.

All the intelligence of a man is in his need to understand. To use his ears, over his eyes, and pay attention. He must pay attention to a woman. He must pay attention to sounds, not only sights. His recognition of beauty, is his recognition of a woman. His sight upon her, is his penetrative gaze past such beauty. Though, if a man remains stuck upon appearances, then to him, it is another obstacle. If he breaks her, whether physically or with manipulation, then he is an idiot. He is an idiot to break what he cannot be honest with, for that would require vulnerability.

A woman’s intelligence comes when she finds it not worthwhile to give into vanity. To “have it all”, as some might say. A woman’s vanity, being an innate trait that can be given connection to her curiosity, is her desire to touch everything. As unpredictable as a woman is, it is because she represents change. If a woman speaks openly about change and choice, then she is speaking about vanity. Choice connects to “diversity”, while “diversity” connects to an endless source of colors. Colors are always infinite, so her intelligence would come from mere observation to them. To listen to who tempts her, however, would result in her touch. Her touch, would pull down what has been build upward.

If a woman has more of a chance to develop Alzheimer’s Disease, then it only means that she has been using her ears more, over her eyes. What she sees, enables her curiosity. Though, her eyes are only used after she has heard what pulls her in, for the sake of temptation. What she sees, is always another imitation of her beauty. Another attraction, that is, being what pulls her. What she touches, is a thing chosen, centered among the numerous choices and colors of this world.

Within vanity, there is chaos. Within chaos, there is change. Within change, there is infinity within the range of choices.

A man’s intelligence comes to counter the comprehension to what he believes should be destroyed, by his hands. Rather, he will mold to improve, and not destroy to remove, the ugliness into beauty.

A woman’s intelligence comes from her being able to use more of her eyes, over her ears. This makes her able to give less into temptation, from what is spoken to her, by fork-tongued tempters.

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