Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Since the negotiation is tomorrow, you may have time to pick this up at your local library. Is there room in that commitment to employ strategy against an opponent for your own gain (or at least to mitigate loss)? Check out our Assassin's Creed Odyssey choices and consequences guide for help with the hard decisions. Change ), You are commenting using your Twitter account. Ideally, if they start in the former posture you want to try to get them to the latter. Take a look at the excerpt here. If that doesn't work, then, in my current understanding, you can only fight fire with fire. P.S. P.S. ( Log Out / ( Log Out / Law is supposed to bring justice, but it is quite opposite. What we call charity. In the run up to the release of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, Ubisoft went big on the role of choice in the narrative. Law is supposed to bring justice, but it is quite opposite. I don't know, but I hope that truth will prevail... good luck and tell us how it goes. This is like a man that walks into a store pointing a gun, to force the owner to give him the money from the cashier because, either he wants the money for a “brother” that needs help, or he’s just being a Good Samaritan and wants to donate what he steals to charity. Democracy is supposed to give the power to the people, but it really makes the people look like fools when the man they voted for treats them like mice from a science laboratory in which he is the scientist. This forum is dedicated to the work associated with Dr. Jordan Peterson: a public intellectual, clinical psychologist, and professor of psychology at the University of Toronto. What this philosophy basically says is that liberty is the same as slavery and slavery is the same as freedom. Good luck tomorrow. It sounds like it will require skillful navigation. Please keep us updated on whether you are able to find a positive outcome. The outcome of those thieves is the same, jail, or death, or at least it is supposed to be. In the 1800’s, a very eloquent man named Frederic Bastiat wrote something very interesting in which he described the politics of his day, “The Politics of Plunder”. Of course my friend with the gun, take all the money you want, just please… don’t… shoot me.” The outcome of those thieves is the same, jail, or death, or at least it is supposed to be. They use the state, that they may not go directly to the person they want to steal from, point a gun to them, and tell them to give them their wallet. Unearthing the Truth Assassin's Creed: Odyssey. Please keep us updated on whether you are able to find a positive outcome. Here I present to you a summary of this outrageous philosophy. That the government is supposed to protect through law the personality, liberty, and property of the people, but they really just do an involuntary transfer of wealth on the people. Unearthing the Truth was a virtual representation of one of Kassandra's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan through the Portable Animus HR-8.5. The people want to receive benefit at no cost, so they use the state government to oppress or steal from their fellow neighbor and get what they want. I've answered questions regarding my position and intentions at work with guarded honest, but I have not shared the full truth about my position and plans (if the negotiation falls through) with my colleagues. After reading tenmagnet's post above, I need to add the caveat that the above is all conditional on whether the other party just wants to "eviscerate you" or have a cooperative posture. Plus, if they didn’t exist the people would eventually end up killing each other. Doing this, they let all people come to the assumption that stealing by force or plunder is legal. Unearthing the Truth Epilogue - What an Odyssey. That protection is done through coercion and that the law is the one that gives authority to coercive stealing. With JBP's help, I've been trying to speak the truth about almost everything and let go of the consequences for over a year. I'm about to enter a fairly high-stakes negotiation around the transition of ownership in the company I work in. No. “Oh, for charity? All Discussions Screenshots Artwork Broadcasts Videos News Guides Reviews. I want to avoid creating more chaos in the world, but I need to protect the interests and wellbeing of me and my family. Well, stealing from everyone, not just the rich, but every citizen and giving it to someone else. Bastiat said that this happens because people treat the state government as if it were God. In other words, people allow plunder because, either they are greedy, or because they want the state to play Robin Hood. Would love some perspective on this. Kassandra made her way out of the sanctuary and travelled to the Pnyx. As we were talking about on my forum… lol.
When you find the commander, you must kill them quickly, as all the guards and mercenaries will be on you quick. In short terms, but this is Bastiat’s basic idea of the politics of plunder. FWIW, its recommendation is to focus on, and unearthing, what each party really wants instead of the positions you ostensibly state at the beginning of a negotiation. There's a great book on negotiation called Getting to Yes. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Reality Part 2: Antitrust, Free Market Solutions Part 1: The Environment, Free Market Solutions Part 2: Illicit Drugs, The Fantasy Government and Today´s Government, Informative: Ancient Greece and Pre-Socratic Philosophers, Changes in Europe During the IX and X Centuries, Booker T. Washington Against The Slave System, The Self-Benefits of Writing an Autobiography, Adopting the Contrasts of Solomon Northup, Summarizing Your Philosophy in an Autobiography, Follow Unearthing The Truth on WordPress.com. Let me explain Bastiat’s idea a bit more. Thanks. Press J to jump to the feed. The sellers see the transition happening in a completely different way than myself and the other buyers (to their benefit). It's been transformational in almost every area of my life. You will probably damage your soul a little bit, or sin against yourself a little bit by lying during a negotiation. In this way, they may win through the state making the state the thief and not lose by doing something ignorant and going to jail. Look for a chest that has been dug up recently and attempt to loot it. This allows you to come up with solutions you may not have considered. Welcome to the discourse! Where they cannot do nor have anything without them. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. ( Log Out / Where It All Began. There may be shock and anger, which I plan to avoid if possible. How is that? Change ). Unearthing the Truth was a virtual representation of one of Kassandra's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan through the Portable Animus HR-8.5. Sokrates took Kassandra aside to reflect on the outcome … ( Log Out / Assassin's Creed Odyssey is full of choices that will have good or bad consequences. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the JordanPeterson community. Many times, it's not just a matter of the dollar figure. My question is, when negotiating with a party that does not necessarily have your best interests in mind, how obligated do you feel to speak the truth? After reading tenmagnet's post above, I need to add the caveat that the above is all conditional on whether the other party just wants to "eviscerate you" or have a cooperative posture. For Assassin's Creed Odyssey on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled "The Truth Will Out".