The reason I sometimes hate philosophy is that they already have a name for every simple reaction and thought in life.
When we discuss what affects the world, we bring abstract concepts that don’t exist in any physical form or influence yet we believe those concepts are the behind the most action. A mirror of this story is about how ignorance misguides everything that we argue about arbitrarily: life’s purpose, reason, motivations, free will…etc. In other words, randomly defining vital concepts that drive the actions lived behind every moment.
For example, justifying hatred with racism when racism is a concept and not a thing that exists, while unjustified hatred is wrong against any human even of the same race. So what are we trying to blame? Where is the solution to this problem? Are we addressing the behavior or its justification(s)?
The deeper we go, the more likely we will end up with justifications that are abstract to a point where it may request redefinition of the initial issue all over again. In my opinion that way of thinking brings inapplicable waste that needs to be cut out. It provides too many optional conclusions and it goes against entropy and reverse engineering. It’s almost a made-belief system that can go wrong because humans’ brains bear their own personal delusions and believe what they want to survive.
It’s why science always works. Well, it’s in that order, 1- Existing, 2- Selected, 3- Created :
In other words, if you do a behavior that is bad, then its description should only include responsibility and honest admission of it and its surroundings. Be responsible for your actions because they are what will result in a reaction that was of your own deeds, not anyone else’. That last statement is so intuitive, all it is asking for is a better realization of incidents instead of further investigation.
For a study case now I attach this video of Alan Watts: