"The All" through Limit as the Premise of Philosophical Speculation

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"The All" through Limit as the Premise of Philosophical Speculation

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Thu Oct 04, 2018 6:54 pm

"The All" through Limit as the Premise of Philosophical Speculation

The problem of philosophy is its relativistic multiplicity expressed through a myriad of schools and perspectives which effectively branch from one another through a continual set of dualisms where one school results in an antithetical dual school (such as the the schools of Parmenides and Democritus/Leucippus or more recently Neitzche and Keikegaard; however these examples continue and will continue ad-infinitum).

The multiplicity of schools, and there inherent branching of one from another, inevitably leads to a question of common bond or foundation from which these schools must logically source themselves from and through. This multiplicity is not just limited strictly to philosophical schools themselves but effectively extensions of the schools through the various sciences for a variety of reasons.

Biologists have no conception of what leads into mathematics nor do the mathematicians understand what leads to biology. Chemists do not fully understand the relation of chemicals and sound, nor does the study of harmonics give premise to the function of chemicals. The examples can continue on and on, however the common means is a focal axiom which acts as a point of inversion lead to further axioms which are both connected points in themselves or are directed from one to another under a continuous cycle of alternation where chemistry may lead to biology with biology leading back to chemistry causing the ever expanding circle of biochemistry.

This degree of relation is not just limited to philosophical schools and the empirical sciences but effectively religion itself in various forms and manners where judaism leads to christianity leading further to islam with various subbranches synthesizing into Chrislam or Various Jewish-Christian Sects. This can be observed further in Eastern Religions with Hinduism, Buddhism, and Daoism. However this branching and synthetic aspect alone is not limited to anyone of these religions.

At the practical level we can observe this branching effect within the elements of nature itself, regardless of its biological or non-biological nature, extending to various elements of the human constitution embodied through the various perspectives or psychologies which constitute the human condition with this condition of reality and the human experience further embodied under the act of definition or classification mediate through the reflective nature of the human experience itself.

Philosophy, Science, Religion and Practical Empirical Experience further observe this branching and cycling where one is simultaneously directed to another axiom of being, and hence connected through a process of cycling between these points of measurement, resulting in the branching of axioms where subjectivity and objectivity observe a further connection and cycling.

Under these premises, we can observe an focal beginning point of measurement as to the nature of reality (philosophy, religion, science, practical reality) beginning with the subjective objective nature of the axiom as a point of measurement in itself or "limit".

Now the question of source leads not just to a specific origin in time but effectively an ever present medium where a strict point of origin does not necessarily limit itself to a specific focal point in time under the common conception of beginning but rather points to an inherent element effectively observed within all these philosophies from relativistically different degrees of not just awareness but in more practical and objective terms angles of measurement.

The common bond, we must necessarily infer from the inherent branching of these schools into further schools and the cycling of interwoven arguments each school projects against or for another school gives a basic necessary element of "limit" as a unifying foundation where the schools exist because of an inherent directive capacity of change from one form into another with this interconnectivity of through relativistic change necessitating a premise of "The All" as an origin point of truth made manifest through the directive nature of the form and function through which these schools exist as extensions of eachother.

"The All" as the premise for both the foundation of the school and the respective schools reflective awareness gives premise to "The All" as a limit in itself through its inherent nature of directive limits which give the very form of the school of and through eachother where this multifaceted linear branching effect, and the connective cycling of arguments within and between the schools themselves, observes each school as a specific axiom of awareness as a focal point of awareness which gives premise to further schools.

The question of the correct unifying premise of philosophy is evident within the problem of the many schools themselves, which dennotes itself not so much as a problem upon closer inspection but an inherent nature that extends within each school and through each school. This unifying premise can be observed in the basic directive qualities of the schools existing through further schools with these directive qualities giving form and function to the schools in these respects.

From a perspective of "The All" as a unified premise, limit must be the foundation of a new Philosophy.

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