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To put it simply, how do you know your neighbor would like what you like?How do you know doing something for him that you’d like to have done for you is something he’d appreciate?Appearing earlier in the works of Plato and found in Hinduism, Jainism, and even Judaism from Hillel, it eventually made it’s appearance in the christian gospels.Christians hail this “improvement” of the Golden Rule by their man Jesus as a profound change for the better.I believe it no doubt is the earliest form, for you can imagine in a primitive world your first desire is to put your fears to rest, and one of the greatest early fears must have been fear of others.
Now your initial reaction might be to think me mad for now, instead of being based on a threat, it’s based on love and altruism, but I ask you to look closer at it with me.
It may seem amazing that from basic fear and the need to be able to give weight to a threat, humanity first came to know and understand one another, but I find it highly plausible.
Sure it’s wholly selfish in it’s motivation, but by forcing understanding it may force respect as well.
Well now we’re back to the earlier need for knowledge of others only this new variant doesn’t teach that as a necessity.
In fact, it’s not just completely ignored but made irrelevant.
First, let me start with where it seems to have neither gained nor lost ground, and that’s the issue of selfishness. It doesn’t say “do for others what THEY would want done for THEM”, it says, “do for others what YOU would want done for YOU”.