Oh the Music of Conflict!We orchestrate our accent,Oh the Music of Conflict! by ~M0ss1y
Yet rush into the fray,
The chancellor is absent,
The performance goes astray,
Two symphonies arranged,
The flay is shortchanged,
And the motif abated,
The problem uncured,
It's meaning smudged,
All finesse blurred,
The outcome unjudged.
The Social Instability and Valence of Group DynamiIn this paradigm I attempt to explain the valence of social groups:The Social Instability and Valence of Group Dynami by ~M0ss1y
Social groups form stable and unstable constructs:
Where stable is even, unstable is odd.
A construct of three proves an exception, as it is unstable and can easily collapse into a pair if two parties favor each other over the third. However, under different conditions, it is also immensely stable; as there are no defined pairings, unlike a four or two.
The most common stable construct is that of four.
(For stereotypical, sociological ‘role’ reasons, I will explain in an expanded text.)
Much like atoms in physics, unstable constructs attempt to fuse with, or incept themselves into, other constructs to form more stable social groups. For example, a solitary individual is likely met with resistance when talking to a pair, whereas striking up a conversation with a with another individual would prove a more viable option, as a stable construct of two is then formed.
Hypothesis: The Introversion and Fiction InversionFreud explains to us that day dreams are self insertion fantasies that always demonstrate themselves as a story in which one wins over a potential love or sexual interest.Hypothesis: The Introversion and Fiction Inversion by ~M0ss1y
Meanwhile, Eric Berne explains that the solitary individual turns to fantasy to sate his stimulus/recognition/structure hunger; fantasy manifests itself into day dreams.
Returning to Freud, he mentioned that fiction is a transcription of the day dreams of man, thus self insertion.
A series of testable hypothesis can be drawn from my inferences:
*Levels of social intercourse and consumption of fictitious media are proportionately inverse.
*Introversion leads to increased fictitious media consumption and greater potential for fantastical output. Extroversion has the opposite effect.