The problem with this philosophical approach (regardless, even, of its accuracy) is that anyone reading it would automatically assume they were in the non-stupid minority (I know I did). To the extent that people took the call to action seriously they would all redouble their efforts to do as they had before.
So nothing would change. Everyone would continue to feel that their unique viewpoint was correct one, and those who disagreed were of necessity stupid. Same old, same old.
The measure of a new paradigm, I think, it what results when you adopt it; in this case, nothing would. It's perhaps a novel idea, but I can't see an way to measure it that isn't entirely subjective, and see no practical application.
I reject it.
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