Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Sat Feb 03, 2018 8:55 pm
That oftentimes puts me in place where I have to understand another's perspective beyond my own and address "my" argument from "their" perspective. It helps with the discipline and art
of "reflection", so there is only so much I can complain. We are all "one" in many respects, so I have learned over the years to view the lack of understanding of other's as extensions of my own understanding; in these respects I feel intellectually and emotionally responsible for their lack of understanding.
I have been coming to the conclusion over the past couple months, with a greater degree of clarity, that we are our brother's keepers whether we want that to be the case or not.
It as if I am talking to myself, so when I am "severe" with those who disagree with me, I am really being severe with myself...hence a practical spiritual understanding of the golden mean as a process of reflection further applies and gives weight to such situations. I can be as easy and as hard as I want on other's as long as I understand I pay the price...in these respects "reason" gives us a deep degree of freedom especially from the implication that we may in fact may be immortal beings through the one creator.
Heaven and hell both give off a degree of beauty as an expression of this freedom to form the measurements which measure us.
In regards to your claim it's original, however considering all ideas have been observed in one form or another, originality often equates to self-discovery. Many authors already address this issues from varying perspective with respectively different premises as axioms.
...I am writing a thesis, as part of an application process for a master's, and I have to not only address such questions that we are discussing but view them from various angles. This is considering that while the premise of measurement will be "space as number", these premises reflect further into logic, science, religion, psychology, etc.
Considering the subjects discussed on this thread are not taught in modern philosophy, in any real deep degree that unifies us ... as of yet, the whole process I am undertaking it pretty much an act of will and belief against the modern abyss we call education. I will succeed, and if I don't another will take my place...I don't really care about the odds...statistics always bored me.