Values to navigate the world by.
"Softer than the flower, where kindness is concerned; stronger than the thunder, where principles are at stake."
- Paramahansa Yogananda, Autobiography of a Yogi
These values act as guidelines in my decision making process and were assembled during a time of self-reflection.
Their dualism is not strictly literal but rather reflects the context of the choice at hand.
- Speciesism: the differing treatment or moral consideration of individuals based on their species membership.
- Animal Liberation Front: an international, leaderless, decentralized political social resistance movement that engages in and promotes non-violent direct action in protest against incidents of animal cruelty.
- Surveillence Capitalism: a term coined by Shoshana Zuboff describing an economic system centered around the commodification of personal data with the purpuse of profit-making.
- Commodification: the transformation of goods, services, ideas, nature, personal information or people into objects of trade.
- Empathy: Capacity to understand or feel what another person is experiencing from within their frame of reference.
- Conviviality: The ability of individuals to interact creatively and autonomously with others and their environment to satisfy their own needs.
- Interdependence: The process by which interacting people influence one another's experience.
- Responsibility: The ability to estimate consequences of decisions allowing to act with high likelihood of reaching a goal. Aligning and justifying actions to ideal standards.
- Gaslighting: Phsychological manipulation tactic to make someone question their perception of reality.
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