the virgin shepherd
- May 19, 2021
- 19d 17h 48m
Schopenhaur himself was a Chad who had many sexual relationships with women in his youth, perhaps his genuis is exemplified in this action.
He later wraps up the chapter by explicating the genitalia as the symbolic representation of death even mentioning Shivas incarnation in myth associated to the 'lingma' as defined by the hindus as 'phallus'. Physically the inverse is true, the penis is the wills manefestatiom to procreate, to propagate and furthers natures incessant will-to-live.
The mind, as also mentioned by Schopenhaur is the polar opposite to the objectification of the will, it is creationary aspect of life, at least in the case of the animal organism. The mind can be stated to be a vessel, thus it is femmine in contrast the pensis's masculinity.
Thus I conclude that of mans phallus he attains a distinct advantage over the female as he has, as his nature, deviated from nature herself.
The mind in both sexes is feminine, but of the genitalia there exists a definite contradiction. Of the male his y chromosome makes him unique whilst the double x chromosomes of women merely confirm her position as natures pawn to further produce life.
Jung was wrong, there is no animus for woman, only an anima for both men and women.