Logos of the Political Palindrome; Redivider, deified, civic and Wow!
Knowledge is power.
— Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
Logos of the Political Palindrome; Redivider, deified, civic, and Wow!
Knowledge is power.
— Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)
The titled responsion is a palindrome of sorts, you know; spelled the same way in both directions.
Powered by knowledge; power is knowledge and knowledge is power. Either way, the fuel is ATP. Sustenance sustains and life goes on. Energy is all that matters!
Redivision could refer to labor or wealth but according to the Club of Rome's The Limits Growth (1972, ), the trajectory of our planet is definitely not up for redivision. Austerity should be a big part of the plan moving forward, IMHO.
Let the palindromes continue ...
Did I mention that the one and only radical Kantian lover of wisdom Robert Hanna has a palindrome of his own? #bobhannahbob
THE FATE OF ANALYSIS
ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY FROM FREGE TO THE ASH-HEAP OF HISTORY, AND TOWARD A RADICAL KANTIAN PHILOSOPHY OF THE FUTURE
The Fate of Analysis, by Robert Hanna, is a comprehensive revisionist study of the history of Analytic philosophy from the early 1880s to the present, with special attention paid to Ludwig Wittgenstein’s work and the parallels and overlaps between the Analytic and Phenomenological traditions.
More specifically, it provides a synoptic introduction to European and Anglo-American philosophy from the 1880s to the present, including accessible, clear, and critical descriptions of works by Gottlob Frege, G.E. Moore, Bertrand Russell, Wittgenstein—featuring close readings of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus and Philosophical Investigations—Franz Brentano, Edmund Husserl, Alexius Meinong, The Vienna Circle (especially including Rudolf Carnap and Kurt Gödel), W.V.O. Quine, Saul Kripke, The Pittsburgh School of Philosophy (Wilfrid Sellars, John McDowell, and Robert Brandom), and others.
Although The Fate of Analysis is critical and provocative in its treatment of the Analytic tradition, it is also fully oriented toward a radical Kantian philosophy of the future and completes a 20-year trilogy that began with Kant and the Foundations of Analytic Philosophy (Oxford Univ. Press, 2001) and Kant, Science, and Human Nature (Oxford Univ. Press, 2006).
Albeit, an extra "h" was added for the rule to adhere to the laws of logic. By definition, we now must move on to the next in the sequence.
Deified is another story altogether. Transcendent in our collective imagination, what makes this word religious is the God that its group identifies with. Reified as an opposite is a material argument, the dialectic for which is self-limiting and circular, for all deities rely on the material manifestation terminating from the material world (from the bottom up) and interaction with the interpretive mechanisms (top-down). God-like aphorisms are needs, Sophia should apply herself here more than ever.
"Anathema", you may say, and yet I beg to differ, the two are antithetical and self-similar (in this instance), bifurcating under conscious awareness of a non-being—if it's only to bring about the allusion of coherence. An illusion is a different argument altogether and changes the context for the dialectic.
Shifting to the biological is a call for the next ordered pair, in our palindrome.
In a world resembling Mad Max, the potential of a post-war reality should be prompting the philosophical community to think more about the wisdom of Civic-ness.
Civic is the same as Polis, which is the same as community. For instances where this isn't the case, where difference emerges, the information isn't relevant to the first principles of this argument.
Rhetoric is perhaps the better term to describe the convincing nature of, "Civic" upon the pair-bonded network of tribal yet outwardly eusocial bobbleheads that we are. Optimally Organized Civility (OOC) could be the sign-waving revolutionary chant that could come from the masses to reform social Goodness.
Does it come from above or from below?
Your answer is self-evident and simultaneously defines and confines the individual.
Denominations of Evil
Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully as when they do it from religious conviction.
— Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
The titled responsion is referring to the currency of male valence that we exchange for Goodness. What's the problem?
Money is our reward, this is unique to humans. Reward systems vary among species, why are we so stuck on money for sustenance? Talk about the discrepancy and similarities that exist between money and monkey. Stuck? Try writing about it!
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