Compare And Contrast Liberal Psychology

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Explaining Liberal Millennial Psychology
"If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?" - The Mad Hatter, Alice in Wonderland.
Explaining millennial liberal psychology contains the process whereby people internalise ideas, which produce actions that lead to consequences based on belief, leading to horrors typically viewed daily throughout western society.
Usually, the individual assumes that their reasoning contains logic and objectivity, yet preferences and bias predominate and the type of society wished for becomes based on expectations of how we view the world around
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Explaining liberal morality
Nevertheless, facts based on reality become easier to reject wholesale, rather than using a thought process of discovery, which is why unchallengeable beliefs gain prominence in liberal circles, yet at the price of social divisions and decline. The moral relativism needed to produce the liberal world view means the outcome often bears no resemblance to actual events, itself taking on the fantasy of an Alice in Wonderland scenario. As a belief fails scientific inquiry, this consequently produces a no blame society devoid of any consensus morality and the inability to further distinguish right from wrong.
Accepting a definition of morality requires a consensus of standards, entailing individual responsibility and accountability. Removing this consensus relegates moral truths to a plurality of opinions and if there are no moral truths, ergo there are no moral facts. Liberals rely on the criteria of empathy and compassion as moral standards, producing a society based on individual

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