… you get it wrong, and the bodies pile up – well said Stefan.
Stefan’s masters thesis examined every philosopher’s belief system and everyone that believed in a higher realm, also believed that dictatorship was the ideal political form and every time they were empiricists, or Aristotelians, they believed that limited democracy, constitutional democracy, republic, was the ideal political form. If you believe in empiricism then every human being has the reason, capacity and material processing ability to get to the truth. Therefore human beings do not have to be ruled.
A sophist is a person who reason with clever but fallacious and decetive arguments.
I think the problem is that the male dominance hierarchy, or the way men organize themselves, is so well defined and the female dominance hierarchy is not. So many books written on the former and so little on the latter. Plus the female hierarchy seems to be connected to the male hierarchy as a woman’s place in the female hierarchy seems to be related to where she plugs into the male hierarchy. i.e. if she chooses a high value male, that will raise her status, compared to choosing a low value male. And as Jordan Peterson says, we don’t yet know if men and women can work together.
But clearly, one aspect of the female dominance hierarchy has to be guile. You can gain power by twisting logic. Coupled with an appeal to a higher authority, in this case, the state. A thirst for power domination among feminists.