This completely unedited dialogue between Peter Klevius and his psychoanalysis defending friend (before Klevius turned "islamophobe") Carl-Olof Selenius, constituted the first step of Peter Klevius' (and the world's) first ever AI adapted theory on "consciousness", later presented in Demand for Resources (Resursbegär, Klevius 1992, ISBN 9173288411) and in a letter to Francis Crick 1994, and on the web 2004 (the s.c. EMAH theory https://scienceklevius.blogspot.com/2...). However, the evolutionary basis was already published in Hufvudstadsbladet (Resursbegär, 1981 after encouragement from Georg Henrik von Wright (Wittgenstein’s own choice of successor at Cambridge). In the (Swedish) video above from 1990, Peter Klevius is critical of psychoanalysis although having no more insight in it at the time than average people. Later he went through all main Freud critics (incl. Ellenberger) but it didn’t change anything (see e.g. Peter Klevius thesis Pathological Symbiosis on the "web museum" www.klevius.info - not touched upon since more than a decade).
The 1968 divide and its long and far lasting consequences: The right to be poor doesn't include the right to be a Marxist Maoist communist or a sharia islamofascist.
The cultural segregation (and genocides) caused by Maoist poverty communism is here exemplified by a Finland-Swedish (Selenius) and a Swedish (Myrdal) family history.
* As a side note, when Peter Klevius made his second family he unsuccessfully asked Carl-Olof Selenius if he could possibly arrange for Peter Klevius (who couldn't get a mortgage) to buy a piece of land from the big estate Carl-Olof was to inherit from and which was neighboring the big estate that used to be Peter's foster home where he worked as almost a slave and was kicked out at age 17 alone to a foreign country without a penny or education. Yes, Peter has many good childhood memories - but only together with other children and adults outside the foster family.
A Google search on 'human rights carl-olof selenius' doens't produce anything. Does it reflect a socialist (or Maxist) aversion against the rights of the individual?
Sweden was a hotspot for Maoism and Uppsala its very center. The Selenius family moved from Finland to Uppsala 1968 when Carl-Olof turned 18.
Finland-Swedish Carl-Olof Selenius has spent most of his life with state supported aid organizations such as SIDA and Afrikagrupperna. This brought him to Pol Pot's Kampuchea, Mugabe's Zimbabve etc. Marxist hot spots. His Finland-Swedish dad Clas-Olof Selenius, who belonged to the same generation as Sweden's top Maoist Jan Myrdal, was a professor in mathematics at Uppsala University and an eager proponent of Finland-Swedish culture etc. - and very far from Maoism. When Peter Klevius was a child Clas-Olof Selenius thought he was intelligent and encouraged him to check out Albert Einstein - which he certainly did.
The social democratic Myrdal family parents shaped the Swedish social state and their son hated them and turned Maoist.Jan Myrdal's father Gunnar Myrdal is best known in the United States for his study of race relations, which culminated in his some 2,500 pages 1944 book An American Dilemma: The Negro Problem and Modern Democracy. The study was influential in the 1954 landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decision Brown v. Board of Education. In Sweden his work and political influence were important to the establishment of the Folkhemmet and the welfare state.
Both in its Stalinist and in its Maoist variety, Jan Myrdal's radical Communism added to the already severe tension within the Myrdal family, as both his parents were leading figures within Sweden's ruling Social Democrat party. His ties with Alva and Gunnar would eventually be severed completely, dividing and scandalizing what had long been perceived as a "model family" in social-democratic Sweden. Myrdal went on to pen unflattering portraits of his parents in several autobiographical books, while acknowledging their importance as intellectuals.
Carl-Olof Selenius dad Clas-Olof Selenius was the first professor to encourage Peter Klevius intellectual life as a child- followed by an other Finland-Swede, Georgh Henrik von Wright (Wittgenstein's preferred successor at Cambridge), and the Finnish professor in neuro science Jyrki Juurmaa, who gave the most flattering review of Peter Klevius thinking skills (based on a discussion re. how the visual cortex works in people who are blind from birth - see Peter Klevius EMAH theory on AI and "consciousness").
Since Peter Klevius started defending Human Rights from attacks by islam Carl-Olof Selenius seems to have terminated their relation. Much like Peter Klevius terminated his relation with associate professor Max Scharnberg when he supported muslim suicide bombers and said he would do it himself if he wasn't such a coward. Btw, Peter Klevius connection with Max Scharnberg was due to the latter's Freud criticism and contacts with other famous critics of Freud and psychoanalysis. This happened a decade after Peter Klevius had the above discussion with Carl-Olof Selenius about psychoanalysis, i.e. in 1990 Peter Klevius knew practically nothing about it but strongly felt it was suspiciously used against parents in child custody cases. As Peter Klevius saw it, children were abused by social authorities precisely because they were the only humans accessible against their (and their parents) will. When a child reaches 18 he is out of reach forcompulsory psychodynamics/psychoanalysis (educate yourself by reading the thesis Pathological Symbiosis - especially the attached email correspondence.
On September 10, 1991, the Swedish mathematician and historian of mathematics Clas-Olof Selenius passed away in Uppsala in Sweden. The memorial service was held on his birthday, September 28, in Snappertuna church, on the southwest coast of Finland. Two years earlier a hymn entitled “Snappertuna,” written and composed by Selenius himself, was performed for the first time at Raseborg castle* in Snappertuna. In this song he praised in a subdued tone the solemn beauty of the countryside between the fen and the Baltic sea, which was his second home.
His parents and nearly all of his ancestors had come from Snappertuna or its environs, although the village is now incorporated in the small town of Ekenäs. C.-O. Selenius was a remarkable personality, endowed with many talents. He loved poetry, music, and theater (in 1971, he won First Prize in the FRIS [Finlandssvenskarnas Riksförbund I Sverige] National Poetry Competition).
He made himself known internationally as both a mathematician and a historian of mathematics. He was fond of the history of his nation and its great personalities. He took an active part in public life and politics, especially as a member of the Swedish People’s Party in Finland (acting as Vice President and President of its section in Nyland province in 1958-1959 and 1959-1961, respectively). He also held the position of town councillor (1957-1960) in Ekenäs, which is situated about 100 km west of Helsinki in Southern Finland, with a Swedish speaking majority. In 1975 the town rewarded him with a medal for his services.
* The Castle of Raseborg is located in Ekenäs, or formerly in the municipality of Snappertuna. Historically the name of the county was also Raseborg in the 14th century. The same named town is bilingual, the majority of the town being Swedish-speakers, taking up two-thirds of the population and Finnish-speakers being the minority, which approximately takes up the remaining one-third of the population.