The good man is the man who, no matter how morally unworthy he has been, is moving to become better.
- John Dewey (1859-1952)
Kool Aid Poop Face - A planksip® Mnemonic Nightmare
Here we are touching on the morality of Plato and the highest of his ideals; Being goodness. Whereas Aristotle's philosophy biases towards the individual, Plato's perspective is potentially pluralistic. Denying this claim is less than ideal. Admittedly I have seized this opportunity to leverage an optimism of sorts, and that is because it's scalable. Eusociality is integral to our species and replicates with Game Theory. It's important to point out that this doesn't make Praxis of perfecting Goodness in itself an Absolute, there is a dimension of Ethics that punctuates our equilibrium.
Discovery is a Relative Term
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2 Become 1: The Right Image is Never Absolute - Learn More!
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