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Categorically Imperative

An "imperative" evocation of The Categories is both Aristotelian and Kantian. All of these metaphysical boundaries are fictively imagined and determined to provide a framework of logic coupled to morality.

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Categorically Imperative

Once you label me you negate me.

- Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855)

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Hopium is a Four Letter Word and Hope is an Addiction - Pragmatics Negate Hope

An "imperative" evocation of The Categories is both Aristotelian and Kantian. All of these metaphysical boundaries are fictively imagined and determined to provide a framework of logic coupled to morality. Both examples highlight the imperative nature of our behavioural biology to assign imagined boundaries where there is nothing but a spectrum of life. It's imperative to use categories of metaphysics, from mathematics to morality, to live life in a way that doesn't transfer suffering to other conscious creatures.  

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Søren Kierkegaard

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