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Phase II – Making Connections

Let’s now use the tools and context to start making connections.

Binary Thresholds of Trust within Truths of Persuasion and Interpretation

Let us go back to the essence of Aristotle’s golden mean ethics, the magnificent disective extension of Plato and Socrates’ ideas regarding virtue. Wherein the individual develops an understanding of the difference between what is morally right and wrong, good and bad, and ultimately, between what is excess and deficiency. This understanding slowly evolves into the final form of becoming… Read More »Binary Thresholds of Trust within Truths of Persuasion and Interpretation

Enlightenment – Competitive Intensity within Binary Cultures

Layers of Class Competition In establishing Aristotle’s philosophical ideal ruler, a free male citizen that is wealthy, educated, and has ample leisure time, we have simultaneously unveiled a disillusioned darkness existing within multiple layers of class related competition of ancient Athenian society. The first is supposedly inherent within nature and sees free male citizens win out over females, non-citizens, and… Read More »Enlightenment – Competitive Intensity within Binary Cultures

Enlightenment – Binary Collision Courses of Cultural and Natural Leadership

Competing Realities  Thus far with Aristotle we have identified, through a logical scientific method, a certain perception of the world, a certain version of reality. We can see what looks like Aristotle trying to express this version of reality to Plato as they are depicted walking together in the very center of Raphael’s famous painting, “The School of Athens.” In… Read More »Enlightenment – Binary Collision Courses of Cultural and Natural Leadership