(This is a part from the new draft of the ‘guide for the young patriarch.’ I deleted the older version of the guide and will publish here parts of the new version of the guide as I progress. The new version of the guide is written in a form based on informal logic.)
Premise 1: Our genes seek to reproduce themselves.
Premise 2: Our emotions and desires are part of our biology, which is a manifestation of our genes.
Contention 1, based on premise 1 and premise 2: Our emotions and desires are a tool of our genes to facilitate reproduction of genetic data.
Corollary 1 to Contention 1: People who feel happiness and pleasure follow the instructions of their genes.
Corollary 2 to Contention 1: There is no great goal or meaning to our emotions. There is just emptiness.
Corollary 3 to Contention 1: Everything humans do and feel begin and end in reproduction.
Corollary 4 to contention 1: Love is just a tool of reproduction.
Corollary 5 to contention 1: There is no higher meaning (or any meaning for life).
Corollary 6 to contention 1: We exist due to reproduction and reproduction makes us exist.
Corollary 7 to contention 1: We and our ‘souls’ are just biological machines.
Corollary 8 to contention 1: The question, ‘how can I get laid?’ is the essential question of an organism.
Corollary 9 to contention 1: There is nothing true to be comforted by, only lies can comfort.
Corollary 10 to contention 1: Things like viewing death of an innocent person cause us much distress since they represent loss of genes.
Corollary 11 to contention 1: Not only there is no god, there is also no proof of innate value to human life.
Discussion: There is no higher goal to life and even the modern hedonism (i.e. do what makes you happy) is servitude, since our emotions are just a tool used by our genes to manipulate our behavior. Not only god is dead; love is dead too. Understanding of our world and ourselves comes at a great price which only lies can truly comfort.