Greetings to you, and thank you in advance for your time.
Now to describe the forum category "Strawman Being" which will lead into the "Human Strawman Diplomacy" in the most simple way possible. The term "diplomacy" is used because the word is known as the art of dealing sensitively and effectively.
The Strawman Being category of discussion deals mainly with the innate human ability to be conscious of "behavior." We consider "behavior," on this forum, to be of identifiable parts. There are three(3) Parts of Behavior:
Operations refer to ideas about quality control. Sales refer to ideas about needs. Finance refers to ideas about results. To demonstrate, let us think about the Parts of Behavior that can be identified after you review the image below.
"Now, think past nearly all philosophical debates..."
Operations focus on adjusting the thoughts you already have. The character has provided personal information based on experience, all while demonstrating a fact for us. We can wonder why the character will be that way instead of other possible options. Consider that the behavior we desire can be adjusted based on the Level of Thought applied.
Sales focus on acquiring the thoughts you need. The character has provided a wish, all while demonstrating an opinion for us. We can wonder why the character would choose a wish instead of other possible options. Consider that the behavior we desire can be acquired based on the Level of Thought applied.
Finance focuses on using the thoughts that you get. The character has provided a stereotype, all while demonstrating a bias for us. We can wonder why the character would choose a bias instead of other possible options. Consider that the behavior we desire can be used based on the Level of Thought applied.
"How 'bout them apples?"
The goal of the Strawman Being category of the discussion is to share all parts of behavior with respect to the level of thought applied to the behavior.
Think about a strawman being.
Think about behavior that is current.
Think about behavior that is needed.
Think about behavior that is desired.
Think them through and then share your perspective about your current behavior, the behavior that you need, and the behavior that you desire.
Who knows, you may end up thinking, "We are clearly saying the same thing, but from a different perspective."
Look at it from any perspective you like, and share your thoughts accordingly. Thank you, again, for your time.
-Bami Fami, where truth meets belief