Avoid people who need to be right. They live in parallel realities. Parallel realities are imaginary situations installed beyond the real world that are built upon fallacious beliefs or needs.
Fallacies are functional to humans. Individual fallacies reduce personal energy consumption, and fallacious utopias ensure the perception that something useful will be done.
Everybody lives in different realities. Vacations, family life, jobs, communitarian activities, are examples of different spheres (realities) in which individuals live.
But they become parallel realities when there is a compulsion to create a separate world to escape, obtain pleasure, patronize or avoid responsibilities in the real world.
While utopias function as action drivers, fallacious utopias function as empty “action promises”. Fundamentalism, considered as an objective characteristic an individual needs to survive, requires “living” in a parallel world to avoid self-perception.
To build this parallel world individuals use their projection capacity to deposit on the environment what they need to perceive in order to feel comfortable. If you use the quality assurance model of the Unicist Standard, you will be able to identify when a situation becomes unreal.
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