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Immanuel Kant
Two things fill the mind with ever new and increasing admiration and awe, the oftener and more steadily we reflect on them: the starry heavens above me and the moral law within me.
Political Sciences
Political Sciences
Immanuel Kant
Victor Hugo
First problem: To produce wealth. Second problem: To distribute it. [...] In the first problem the employment of forces is in question. In the second, the distribution of enjoyment. [...] By a good distribution, not an equal but an equitable distribution must be understood. The first equality is equity. [...] Communism and agrarian law think that they solve the second problem. They are mistaken. Their division kills production. Equal partition abolishes incentive; and consequently labor.
Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo
Economy
Carl Gustav Jung
We can construct, even predict the unconscious of our days if we know what it had being yesterday. That is, in a few words, the development of my ideas. (Interview)
Sociology
Sociology
Carl Gustav Jung
Irvin Fisher
Free money may turn out to be the best regulator of the velocity of circulation of money, which is the most confusing element in the stabilization of the price level. Applied correctly it could in fact haul us out of the crisis in a few weeks ... I am a humble servant of the merchant Gesell.
Economics
Economics
Silvio Gesell
Joseph Ortega and Gasset
Being of the left-wing is, as well as being from the right-wing, one of the infinite ways in which man can choose to be a fool: both, in fact, are forms of the moral hemiplegia.
Sociology
Sociology
Joseph Ortega and Gasset
Victor Hugo
Philosophy should be an energy. [...] Wisdom is holy communion. It is on this condition that it ceases to be a sterile love of science and becomes the one and sovereign mode of human rallying, and philosophy is promoted to religion.
Political Sciences
Political Sciences
Victor Hugo
Leonhard Euler
Although to penetrate into the intimate mysteries of nature and thence to learn the true causes of phenomena is not allowed to us, nevertheless it can happen that a certain fictive hypothesis [model] may suffice for explaining many phenomena.
Physical Sciences
Physical Sciences
Leonhard Euler
Victor Hugo
To say: "the plant wills," instead of: "the plant grows": this would be fecund in results, indeed, if we were to add: "the universe wills." Why? Because it would come to this: the plant wills, therefore it has an I; the universe wills, therefore it has an I, which is God.
Moral Sciences
Moral Sciences
Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo
To lie is the absolute form of evil. To lie a little is not possible: he who lies, lies the whole lie. To lie is the very face of the demon. Satan has two names; he is called Satan and Lying.
Moral Sciences
Moral Sciences
Victor Hugo
Arthur Schopenhauer
Every lie has for its aim to extend the scope of my will over other individuals, and so the assertion of my will through the denial of theirs, just as much as violence has.
Moral Sciences
Moral Sciences
Arthur Schopenhauer
Johann Sebastian Bach
Finally, the ultimate aim and reason of all music and, therefore, also of the basso continuo, is nothing other than the glorification of God and the refreshment of the spirit; whenever care and attention is not applied here, this is not true music.
Moral Sciences
Moral Sciences
Johann Sebastian Bach
Carl Gustav Jung
As a rule, however, the individual is so unconscious that he altogether fails to see his own potentialities for decision. Instead he is constantly and anxiously looking around for external rules and regulations which can guide him in his perplexity.
Psychology
Psychology
Carl Gustav Jung
News 23th February 2016... Web project about Kant begin.
1.- Political Science
Political Science provides wisdom for decision to people, consisting on:
  • Philosophy, to know or understand the physical laws that rule the environment.
  • Theology, to valuate the natural resources available in the environment... a guiding frame in the Universe that synchronizes human working forces with life cycles of the natural resources that sustain the population, in order to wisely use and capitalize those resources across generations, leading to a lifestyle.
Discernment must be reviewed or critiqued in both symmetrical trees of knowledge.
2.- Uses of Reason
The reason performs two activities:
  • Knowing - Pure Reason: comprehend what we understand from the world. The Critique of Pure Reason must answer the question: What can I know?
  • Valuating - Practical Reason: framing understanding within an orientation system for right calibration of circumstances, which means to appreciate the actual results of a situation (how is going to end up?) for right prioritization when deciding, in other words, to forge a will. The Critique of Practical Reason must answer the question: What should I do?
The reason explores reality through judgements for reaching causal models able to recognize environments in the future.
3.- Pure Reason
Pure Reason build conceptual models called theories through a process of analysis: the scientific method. These theories are hierarchically arranged in cognitive Categories... the cognitive tree of knowledge. The Critique of Pure Reason determines which cognitive models are valid to recognize phenomena, in other words, which theories are precise answers to the question, What is it? These theories will be used to recognized phenomena during the investigation required by all decision-making process. The result of this knowing or cognitive tree of knowledge are the Physical Sciences, an indivisible cluster of disciplines involving physics, chemistry and engineering.
4.- Practical Reason
Practical Reason build models called archetypes through a synthesis process, which articulates the knowledge to form a coherent whole, a behavior or life cycle. These archetypes are hierarchically arranged in valuation Categories... the valuation or Theological tree of knowledge. The Critique of Practical Reason determines which archetypes are valid for calibrating the circumstances, in other words, which archetypes are precise answers to the question, For what does it exist?... the entity itself out of personal interests. These archetypes will be used as orientation frame in the Universe to calibrate situations during the investigation required by all decision-making process. Moral Sciences are the result of this valuating tree of knowledge, which involve Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Ethics and Morality as a single blossoming out of truths.
5.- Knowing Category
The tree of Physical Sciences is a hierarchical network of knowing Categories. The anatomy of each Category starts with a categorical or structural theory: a constellation of referential concepts (or architecture) which define a structural physical model from which a whole network of functional theories is derived, in order to recognize all different phenomena within that Category. Structural physical theories are grouped into architectural styles, abstract mathematical models that define causal principles or laws (universal and timeless) governing the behavior of a set of categorical models. Human efforts should concentrated in the development of these architectural styles, simplifying education and development of this knowing tree of knowledge.
6.- Valuation Category
The tree of Moral Sciences is a hierarchical network of valuating Categories. The anatomy of each Category starts with a categorical or structural archetype: a constellation of referential values (or architecture) which define a Theology from which a whole network of functional archetypes is derived, as an orientation frame in order to deal with any situation within that Theology (or human culture). Theologies are grouped into architectural styles, abstract archetypes that define causal principles or laws (universal and timeless) governing how to enhance, capitalize and use resources (human and natural). Human efforts should be concentrated in the development of these architectural styles, simplifying education and development of this valuating tree of knowledge.
7.- Education
Political science is the communion between Theology and Philosophy: the distribution of knowledge according to a proper set of social values which end up in a lifestyle that enhances life on Earth, as all other forms of life does without being aware of it. The difference between man and animals is that man is the only animal fully educable, so not genetically programmed for a given life cycle, he can choose his lifestyle through a Theology.
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