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Hector Valdez

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Philosophical Inquiry
« on: July 16, 2012, 05:38:55 PM »
Philosophical inquiry and theory.

Much of the nature of philosophical inquiry consists upon following a given assertion to a logical conclusion. Such forms exist as assertions of a circular or contradictory nature. The circular forms being so because of a logical extension between the most latter and the most former, and forms of contradiction being so for a logically followed negation of the most former.

A paralysis of belief may occur with the discovery of such logical conclusion, assuming the equivalency og given logical assertions with systems of belief. This implies implies malleability of social interactions between individuals. For example, the possibility of a society to embrace contradictory or circular assumptions and feel no qualms about logical consistency, such as the mystic traditions of ancient India, Europe, and elsewhere.

If philosophical inquiry consists of evaluation of logical assertions, then philosophical theory consists of the application of given assertions into beliefs that engender motivation and aspectivity. Such forms correspond to given assertions on one to one basis. Furthermore, such forms avoid logical validation because of the full legitimacy of any logical statement, barring comparison with some outward observation. This implies the influence of either emotion or observation towards the succesful adoption of a given assertion and the corresponding belief.

The resulting superstructure of logical composition may be divided into distinctive fourths, divided by the criterion of the absence or presence of fallacy in the assertion, and the absence or prescence of emotion or observation as means to adoption of the assertion. The two latter forms may further be subdivided according to emotional aspectivity. For example: expectation of reward or fear of punitive retribution.

To put forth a conclusion: The confluence and interaction between such types determines outlook and dispensation amongst different groups. Furthermore, the diversity of emotional temperament and environmental stimuli in geographicaly stratified groups of individuals leads to a corresponding diversity in similiar geographically stratified ideology and systemic thought.

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Re: Philosophical Inquiry
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2012, 05:45:11 PM »
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Are you saying that people often think subjectively?
"We’ve thought of life by analogy with a journey, with pilgrimage which had a serious purpose at the end, and the THING was to get to that end; success, or whatever it is, or maybe heaven after you’re dead. But, we missed the point the whole way along; It was a musical thing and you were supposed to sing, or dance, while the music was being played.

Hector Valdez

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Re: Philosophical Inquiry
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2012, 05:53:23 PM »
That is one of the positions of my post, yes. Though it is not the main point. Hmm... I shall revise. Sorry. :(