While I found Magus Peter H. Gimore's "Rebels Without Cause" to be engaging, there was one point on which I'd like to gain further clarity:
Some newcomers to our philosophy do not grasp its axioms and tear at Satanism as if it were some kind of straightjacket. Others hope to wield it as an “anything goes” card rather than the key to accountable liberty that it is. They observe our list of “sins” and “rules” and don’t grasp that such terms are used with tongue firmly planted in cheek, while simultaneously missing the point that there is an ethical structure to our philosophy—our “third side” which is so elusive to those limited to dualist thinking.[...]
What wonder, in a world divided between Pro-lifers and -choicers, winners and losers... people who prefer real butter and people who prefer margarine. Well, I am, perhaps, guilty of this
dualist thinking, as Magus Peter so succinctly puts it. I fail to see the
third side of which he speaks.
I can hardly articulate my question. What does he mean?