JB7.2. Three façades of a typical philosophy (personal, official, propaganda)
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

JB7.2. Three façades of a typical philosophy (personal, official, propaganda)

Totalizm teaches that every intellect has its own philosophy. This philosophy is composed of principles, rules, habits, impulses, and personal constraints, according to which this particular intellect leads its own "life". Such own philosophy have even intellects, which are not aware that they use any rules in their actions, which believe that they "live without any rules", or which believe that their philosophy does not have any name. The philosophy of every intellect has at least three different façades. For a person who does not know totalizm, these three façades may even look as three completely separate philosophies. These façades include: (1) the "everyday philosophy", sometimes also called the "philosophy of living", or the "prevailing philosophy", (2) the "official philosophy", and (3) "propaganda philosophy" of a given intellect. Let us discuss here each of these three façades:
1. Everyday philosophy. It can also be called "philosophy of living", "prevailing philosophy", or "ruling philosophy". This is the façade, which represents the actual philosophy, according to which a given intellect leads its everyday life. It defines rules which this intellect follows in everything that it is doing in a real, everyday life. Therefore this philosophy defines the real principles, motivations, attitudes, feelings, stands, and thoughts that this intellect has in response to every real-life situation that it is in. Examples of this philosophy could be (1) the list of rules, principles, impulses and motivations (frequently even not noticed, or known, in the aware state) which a given person uses in his/her everyday living, b) all activities which are actually carried out by a given religion, c) type of life which a given ideology or country is giving to its people, and d) the tradition and actual principles on which the real operation of a given factory is based. In case when we manage to learn someone's everyday philosophy, it allows us to learn "how a given intellect lives in reality". It also allows us to predict how a given intellect is going to behave in a specific situation. Furthermore, it allows to predict consequences of this behaviour to a given intellect, and to other intellects which interact with this intellect (e.g. for us, if we enter the sphere of influence of this intellect). Therefore all efforts of totalizm are concentrated: a) to enable people to exactly learn the everyday philosophy of our own intellect (i.e. philosophy of ourselves, or of our family, employer, factory, club, country, civilization, or of any other intellect which we are a part of), b) to show people the way of such transforming of this philosophy, that it starts to obey moral laws (means starts to live a totaliztic life), c) to allow people to learn everyday philosophies of all external intellects, which interact with our own intellect, so that we are able to predict the type of actions and threats that we could expect from these external intellects, and predict their consequences.
As I managed to note so-far, the fastest decoding of someone's philosophy can be accomplished when one carefully watches what attitude this intellect shows: a) towards people and creatures which are unable to defend themselves from this intellect, means people and creatures which are weaker than it, less intelligent, absent in a given gathering, or hierarchically depending on it (e.g. women, sick, retarded, old, children with no parents, animals, subordinates, etc.), b) towards other intellects, which practice, or belong to, completely different philosophy (e.g. citizens of countries, about which there are stereotype and bad opinions or jokes, people with different ideas or believes, eccentrics, etc.), c) towards opponents and enemies (e.g. disputants, political opposition, prisoners, custodies, believers in other religions, etc.). Therefore everyday philosophies of individual people usually reveal themselves e.g. during intensive discussions concerning controversial topics, in which both discussing parties have opposite views. Furthermore, drunk people usually show their real philosophies, which in the sober state they carefully hide under the screen of their propaganda philosophy.
2. Official philosophy. This is the formal philosophy, which is officially declared on paper, or declared verbally by these intellects. Usually it presents itself under one of the commonly understood names, although this name not necessarily represents a name of a philosophy, but can be a name of a religion, ideology, factory, etc. Examples of names of official philosophies include: a) "good Christian", b) "Buddhism", c) "socialism", d) "Mercedes". In order to explain situations when such official philosophies are declared, let us consider: a) declaration of a husband, which replies "I am a good Christian" in response to grumbles of a wife, who does not like that he took a wet and covered with mud neighbour to their clean car - this does not mean that the husband everything does exactly according to the philosophy of Christianity, but only means that he officially declared that he acts according to Christianity; b) a holly book of a given religion (e.g. Bible) which officially declares the philosophy of this religion, but which by numerous faithful may not necessarily be practised; c) philosophy which is outlined in the famous "Capital" by Carl Marx, or in writings of Lenin, but which in practice was almost never practised by communistic regimes; or d) the official organization chart, founding document, and the set of rules and regulations of a given factory, which in practice not necessarily are being obeyed. Learning someone's official philosophy gives us the information "why a given intellect should live in a specific manner, and to what actions it will resort to not live in any different way". Unfortunately this philosophy does not let us know the information, which we usually are seeking, namely "how this intellect really lives".
3. Propaganda philosophy. This is the philosophy, which is only used for the propaganda purposes, to be shown to other intellects in order to lift one's reputation in their eyes. Examples of propaganda philosophies include: a) behaviour, principles, dressing, and appearance, which are demonstrated by a given person during a first date, b) claims contained in the propaganda brochures of given religion, or presented in propaganda films produced by a given religion, c) the picture of life of a given country under a specific ideology, which is shown in official TV news of this country,  d) content of advertisements and brochures disseminated by a given factory. By learning someone's propaganda philosophy we learn "how a given intellect believes that it should lead his/her/its life". Unfortunately we do not learn "how this intellect really lives".
The existence of these three separate façades in the philosophy of every single intellect, and also the fact that two out of them are untrue, collides with the principle of totalizm, that it always must endorse truth. Therefore totalizm is forced to take a stand regarding them. The stand of totalizm is that "in the intellects which practice totalizm, all three above façades must be identical, independently of the consequences that this may bring". This means that the "coefficient of deception" (φ) for totalizm must be equal to zero (φ=0E). Therefore, a true totalizt must live everyday life exactly to the same philosophy which he/she/it presents in the official declarations, and which he/she is demonstrating during a first date (and vice versa). If any intellect declares his/her/its totalizm, while there are differences between these three façades, this means that in fact he/she/it is still far from practising a true totalizm. It is a common knowledge that many other philosophies, especially these which ventured far into parasitism, display significant differences between these three façades. This is especially valid for some countries, ideologies, political parties, religions, institutions, and families. They really live according to one philosophy, but they officially declare a different one, while in their propaganda, or to visitors, they still show another one. These differences are commonly known, and not only considered in actions, but even used in jokes. (As an example consider a joke: just after a wedding the bride would not wish that their hotel personnel knew that they are spending the honey moon in there, so she asked her husband "how to make an impression that we are long after the wedding"; he answered "simple - it is enough that you carry our luggage into the room all by yourself".)
The discrepancy between someone's two philosophical façades, e.g. between someone's everyday philosophy and propaganda philosophy, can be described by the so- called "coefficient of deception" (φ). This coefficient can be defined as "an angle between the direction in the moral field, into which points someone's everyday philosophy according to which a given intellect lives, and the direction into which point someone's façade (e.g. propaganda philosophy) about which a given intellect claims that leads its life according to it".
I empirically established that for "refined parasitism" explained in subsection KA4.3 /?/ the value of this "coefficient of deception" tends to reach φ=180°. This means that intellects, which adhere to such refined parasitism verbally say one thing (e.g. that they support what you are doing), but in action they do exact opposite (e.g. they place all possible obstructions on your path). This also means that in reality devils always try to look and talk like angels (means devils pretend to behave exactly opposite to what we were taught by religious teachings to- date).

=> JB7.3.
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