The Protocols of Scionics – The True Universal Philosophy
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This book will probably NOT help you at all. Despite the fact that this book is completely founded in reality, maintains a constant adherence to reality in every word, and delivers incredible values, most people will reject its teachings.
So why would most people reject such powerful knowledge? It is because most human beings who have ever lived have been conditioned into loyalty to some form of mysticism, which exists in essentially infinite varieties. Mysticism is the opposite of reality-based thinking. The degree to which mysticism is embraced is the degree to which reality is rejected.
This book is not dedicated to the many, but to the rare, precious few: the few who are truly loyal to reality. The few who are able to recognize and resist mysticism in all of its harmful and even deadly forms. The few who stand strong and often alone, against a mad mob vainly struggling to negate reality through irrational mystical bellowing. The few with the courage to lead the darkness-loving masses of humanity into the light of reason and reality, despite the ignorant cries of protest and resistance from those same masses.
Here's hoping that you are one of the precious, rare few.
If you are, this book is dedicated to you, a bearer of light.
Chapter One:PHILOSOPHICAL ORIENTATION
1:1 SCIONICS: Science Versus Mysticism
Modes of Conscious Integration
Philosophy as Concept-Formation
The Three Metaphysical Axioms:
Ontology: Materialism, Immaterialism and Dualism
Metaphysical Assumptions of Scionics Philosophy
Selected Metaphysical Assumptions of Scionics Philosophy
One Reality, Many Possible Realms
Metaphysical and Philosophical Naturalism
Objectivity, Science and Self-Honesty
Empiricism, Rationalism and Empiricorationalism
Methodological and Epistemological Naturalism
Biological Survival and The Hedonic Response
Value Standards and Conscience
The Guiltless Empiricorational Pursuit of Maximum Hedonic Value
Social Rights and Duties: The Non-aggression Principle
Recreational Drugs and Alcohol
The Implementation of Scio-anarchy
Art, Aesthetics, and Hedonic Value
Sense of Life and Value-Reflection
Sense-of-life and Empiricorational Aesthetic Nobility
Theology vs. Atheology; Supernatural vs. Transcendent
The Infinite, Eternal and Ever-expanding Nature of Reality
Classical and Relativistic Physics
Quantum Collapse: The Collapse of the Wave Function
Consciousness is an Organizing and Guiding Principle of Reality
Body, Mind, Spirit, Soul, Life and Death