Thoughts on essential philosophy ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Enunciation 1: Where philosophy represents “belief”, there it does not work

Enunciation 2: Believe means faith in the proposition, which may represent by religion or something else; whither philosophical premises might have some resilience so that it can overlook faith for its own sake

Enunciation 3: Faith is inescapable for religion; if there is no faith, there might be no religion exists. Religion overlooks philosophy when it becomes a religion. 

Enunciation 4: Philosophy of religion is a vague word in terms of what we mean by philosophy. It always refutes religion. Same as religion refutes the self-driven quality of philosophical thoughts because they are destined to disprove religion and alike others which act like the religion. 

Enunciation 5: Philosophy doesn’t associate to mean it the proclaimer of commandments. Philosophical decrees have other meanings; they are born to repudiate the decrees first. The meaning of philosophical decrees appeared meaningless from where it failed to associate it with free meditation

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Source: Wikipedia: The Thinker: Auguste Rodin

… Once philosophy was the amusement of abstract thoughts and people were as well the participant of this. Today they are just listener and clapper, as they enthralled to see when Hollywood Queen kissed her lover before the fight begun; and same as she repeats it in the end scene like a professional kisser… Philosophy has needed back again to its own motion so that it can concentrate its Suo-Motu, which it lost in progress of science. Now the time is knocking for the ratification that philosophy must begin from where it was spontaneous once upon a time.
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Enunciation 6: Religion meditates mandates; contrary philosophy meditates for amendment; i.e., no mandates exist when philosophy appeared as a mediator of the mandates. 

Enunciation 7: Religion is faith-centric. The core principle of any religion might be this: creation is the repercussion of inevitable unchanged. Creation is transient and changeable, but which meditates the creation it must have some core qualities that are initial and that couldn’t be transient or changeable in course of time. In religion, this condition appeared as an agreement rather than argument. Whither agreement always turned into arguments in philosophy.

Philosophy meditates the unchangeable as a core element to predict the fate of the unstable volatile creation, where prediction always turned in arguments. Religion meditates it for the disposal that arguments are abortive to define the ultimate state of unchangeable

Enunciation 8: The argument is philosophy, and which is agreements that are religion

Enunciation 9: Philosophical premise circulates arguments. It doesn’t organize thoughts and prevents the conclusion. On the other hand, religion is the settlement of arguments

Enunciation 10: Philosophy wants free meditation for the sake of its arguments. Religion thinks itself qualified for the disclosure of the arguments. Religion discloses, but philosophy encloses. It encloses which may disclose by the religion. 

Enunciation 11: Religion has born to believe the idea it yielded; contrary, philosophy has born to criticize the idea it generates. 

Enunciation 12: Philosophy makes questions and deals with the question; religion makes itself impoverished when it tried to answer every question through its faith-centric prognosis

Enunciation 13: It compulsory for religion delivers the most plausible answer when it deals with questions. Always get the most plausible answer is not mandatory for philosophy, which, it might try to deal in all possible ways. 

Enunciation 14: Ideas are self-suffice in religion; they demand belief. Philosophy is compelled to deny this where the ideas may try to act self-suffice. 

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Source: thoughtco.com: Break the stereotype: Art source: Unknown

… Philosophy is metaphysics up to the end. It considers beginning and beginner as unconditional, that means it could be refutable by meditation, even though it is not possible to draw a conclusion about the unconditionality of the unconditional. Yonder metaphysics made philosophy notorious, and as well as it makes it free to take the burden of giving any conclusion about the beginning or the beginner.
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Enunciation 15: Questions are the most plausible answer in philosophy. In religion, every answer of the question is incomplete despite its diehard effort of completeness; where the most plausible answer looked cadaverous because of the priesthood approach of religion, where it claimed: religion is the most convenient way to overcome the controversial question when it tried to deal with the most obscure but absolute phenomenon suppose God or something else. 

Enunciation 16: Religion is neither an assumption nor it fitted with any theory and hypothesis. Religion is the fundamental belief on fundamental; that is, something is active on creation beyond over the concerning knowledge of humankind, and as well the enhancement of philosophical fallacy and syllogism. 

Enunciation 17: Philosophy’s worry is self-conscious; it acted against its self-driven presumption. Every hypothetical question and presumption in philosophy should have the ability so that it can disprove its own proposition for the sake of clarity of free meditation. 

Enunciation 18: Religion seeking the answer of questions and philosophy is the seeker of questions. 

Enunciation 19: The absolute reality of creation is unquestionable in religion. It cannot be negotiable because it is unknown for human consciousness. The absolute is suppositional in philosophy in spite of this that it is unknowable. 

Enunciation 20: Religion is the belief of unknowable absolute; which it believes must be the reason for all occurrences happened in the creation over again. Philosophy is a refutation of the belief that something might remain inwardly as substance afterward the creation when it happened over again

Enunciation 21: Refutation drives philosophy to raise questions; belief leads religion to ignore the questions that are raised for refutation

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Source: Wikipedia: Philosopher in Meditation (or Interior with Tobit and Anna) by Rembrandt

… Questions are the quality of going to the next negotiation, that is, —“why something is there rather than nothing?” In religion, it has already answered; in philosophy and science, the answer may hide in the oysters’ shell with dubious disputation. Moral: where every answer is certain that is religion; but where answers are controversial and disputable, it must begin with philosophy.
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Enunciation 22: Which is questionable that is refutable; which is unquestionable it is as well refutable. This should be the essential science of philosophy. Contrary, which is questionable it cannot be the unquestionable; same too, which is unquestionable it cannot be refutable. That should be marked as essential for religion if it wants to exist. 

Enunciation 23: Who believe philosophical assumption an ultimate answer for him it should be treated the problem of that person. He sealed his mind not goes further to question his faith. Faith is the ultimate ending of philosophy and rebirth of religion. 

Enunciation 24: Philosophy is not science because it begins from where science has ended with its apparently proven condition. Alike philosophy has nothing to do with religion when it followed the same fashion and gripped conclusion. Philosophy is the utterance of disagreement; a penetration, that is, something has remained in the conclusion for further refutation. 

Enunciation 25: The person who refuses disagreement he is unfit for any philosophical quest. Philosophy is for chaos, not for the peaceful settlement of decided propositions. Those who are afraid of chaos they are the believer; who are fearless they might be the seeker of truth. 

Enunciation 26: Truth in religion means settlement. It means reverse in philosophy; and that is, —disagreement

Enunciation 27: Philosophy’s truth means the way of make question about everything that might happen in the reality. The philosopher must have child-like ability to raise questions with openness and free meditation. 

Enunciation 28: Philosophy doesn’t care the quantity of questions; it cares the quality of questions

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Source: Drop the rock.info: Heraclitus’ quotes

… Scientific abstraction improvises science; so the term “scientific belief” must treat as a regression of science; because it leads scientists to religion. The etymology of science prevents belief and protects its own heredity just like philosophy. Philosophy has done it over again for the sake of its own contribution in free meditation. Questions make philosophy abstract; contrary, it heard abstruse to the person who is eager to get an answer instead of whirling with the question.
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Enunciation 29: The death of philosophy is inevitable when it cares about the number of questions. It leads philosophy to partake in arid polemics. Anyway, philosophy means more than that polemics which quantified the question instead of quantifying its quality. 

Enunciation 30: Logic is essential for philosophy. It proves logic as numb before takes the decision on any given proposition. A qualitative proposition in philosophy demands logical meditation. That the real polemic in philosophy. This polemic left the proposition for later improvement. Meaning: philosophy is not for the decision; rather it is for refutation. 

Enunciation 31: Where the assumption of science and other knowledge branches have stood, philosophy begins its journey from that point. Philosophy is the total outbreak against established facts; it started its own rebellion by going against the proven facts and hyper-theorem of any given content. It examines the theoretical postulation of knowledge branches with anew-made question and logic. 

Enunciation 32: Logic is essential for philosophy. However, a philosophical investigation never regarded logic the only solution-maker medicinal for itself; for disproved the ornamented claim what religion and other sciences might have tried to bring in front. 

Enunciation 33: Religion is theology and theology means historiology. Theological historiology considers the beginning and beginner of this apparent world an absolute truth for itself. Religion handles this according to its own faith-centric history. Theology in religion actually represents historicity in excuse of historiology. Historicity means the hypothetical history of the beginning and beginner. Philosophy treats this history as a possession of meditative logic. Yonder logic meditates beginning and beginner by going beyond the so-called manmade history of the universe. 

Enunciation 34: The historicity of the beginning and beginner are irrefutable in religion. Irrefutable means belief. Historicity has come along as meditative logic in philosophy; and it could be refuted over again by using the same logical fashion, i.e., meditation. It makes a clear distinction between the cognition of historicity in religion and philosophy

Enunciation 35: When philosophy claims the historicity of the beginning and beginner are irrefutable, from that moment philosophy died and religion begins. Philosophy is not for faith; it is for the refutation of meditative abstract logic. 

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Source: Wikipedia: The Creation of Adam, 1510, by Michelangelo

… The person who refuses disagreement he is unfit for any philosophical quest. Philosophy is for chaos, not for the peaceful settlement of decided propositions. Those who are afraid of chaos they are the believer; who are fearless they might be the seeker of truth. Truth in religion means settlement. It means reverse in philosophy; and that is, —disagreement.
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Enunciation 36: Philosophy’s logic has born to questioning the logic with anew-made logic. Contrary, it is not mandatory for religion or whatsoever which is closer to the religion

Enunciation 37: Logic in philosophy is a rhetorical abstraction. More abstraction means philosophy is trying to overcome the logic-centric disclosures, which perhaps prevents a philosopher exercising free meditation. Philosophy means freedom. The freedom of thinking must be preserved by any means —if philosophy wanted to overcome the so-called logic gates in all possible ways. 

Enunciation 38: Logical abstraction is not negative for the philosopher. It helps him to think about the impact of overdose logic which might usually have taken by religion and as well as science. Religion uses it to represent belief. On the other hand, science also applied this by forgetting the condition that logical investigation in science cannot be centralized like religion in excuse of scientific belief

Enunciation 39: There could have a religious belief exists for people, but how it possible that people can entrust them to believe science instead of religion? When science means scientific belief, this etymology limits its own best because science has the mandate to refute believe of anything and so on. The actual meaning of science proposed free meditation where it tried to overcome the belief system of anything according to its logical investigative assumptions. This way it relates itself to make its own hypothetical abstraction. Scientific abstraction improvises science; so the term “scientific belief” must treat as a regression of science; because it leads scientists to religion. 

Enunciation 40: The etymology of science prevents belief and protects its own heredity just like philosophy. Philosophy has done it over again for the sake of its own contribution in free meditation. 

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Source: Wikipedia: The Thinker in The Gates of Hell at the Musée Rodin

… Philosophy is a refutation of the belief that something might remain inwardly as substance afterward the creation when it happened over again… Which is questionable that is refutable; which is unquestionable it is as well refutable. This should be the essential science of philosophy. Contrary, which is questionable it cannot be the unquestionable; same too, which is unquestionable it cannot be refutable. That should be marked as essential for religion if it wants to exist.
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Enunciation 41: Philosophy doesn’t commit the final answer of the given proposition that it deals critically. Instead of it tried to raise the question repeatedly in different space of time. Questions make philosophy abstract; contrary, it heard abstruse to the person who is eager to get an answer instead of whirling with the question

Enunciation 42: The beginning, the beginner, and afterlives problem yet is fundamental for both science and philosophy. Questions are pivotal in there; it is pivotal rather than the answers we’ve got through historical searching and presumptions. Questions are the revelation; this is the most prevalent contribution of science and philosophy in human history. 

Enunciation 43: What is “Nothingness”? This question is “most essential” to get clues about the beginning and the beginner. Nothingness cannot be questioned because science and philosophy cannot negotiate this. Conversely, they cannot negotiate on beginning and beginner without thinking about nothingness. 

Enunciation 44: Questions are the quality of going to the next negotiation, that is, —“why something is there rather than nothing?” In religion, it has already answered; in philosophy and science, the answer may hide in the oysters’ shell with dubious disputation. Moral: where every answer is certain that is religion; but where answers are controversial and disputable, it must begin with philosophy. 

Enunciation 45: Fundamental elements of creation are self-conscious. That’s why creation happened over again. Fundamental is the tacit wonders of self-conscious elements. Why are they conscious? This abstract question should treat original for the philosophical quest of consciousness. 

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Source: Pinterest: Arthur Schopenhauer’s quotes

… The argument is philosophy, and which is agreements that are religion… Philosophical premise circulates arguments. It doesn’t organize thoughts and prevents conclusion. On the other hand, religion is the settlement of arguments… Philosophy wants free meditation for the sake of its arguments. Religion thinks itself qualified for the disclosure of the arguments. Religion discloses, but philosophy encloses. It encloses which may disclose by the religion.
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Enunciation 46: No question no consciousness; —this condition is true for the science of consciousness. However, when philosophy has kept silent about consciousness it doesn’t mean the fundamental elements are unconscious. 

Enunciation 47: The presence of consciousness-driven elements in humanlike high conscious being is mandatory because they can think and talk about consciousness. Nevertheless, it doesn’t mean the same consciousness-generator elements are absent in other life forms just for the exclusion that they do not think and talk or react like the conscious being. Consciousness is the core element for all beings and nonbeing-like creatures; without this creation might not be possible. This meditation is philosophy and the reverse is religion. It divides creation as conscious and unconscious according to the divinity principle of God-centric Logos. 

Enunciation 48: Consciousness is universal. In science, it is information, has carried on by information-carrier bits. In religion, it is Nada Brahma, the ultimate God who can meditate for creation according to His own will. In philosophy, it is the harmonic jingle of undefined and indivisible fundamental. Various definitions can be given for it; anyway, all definition is none the wiser because consciousness is a beforehand entity to the afterward such as the humanlike entities of creation

Enunciation 49: The afterward consciousness of the created entities is perhaps negotiable for science and as well as for religion. On the other side, the beforehand consciousness where fundamental elements assimilate each other to make this world over again is non-negotiable for human cognizance. The inner-quality and mind of that consciousness-driven act are unknowable for human sciences. That is the mystery of beforehand fundamental consciousness and that is philosophy

Enunciation 50: Religion is not metaphysics when it plays with the question of beginning and the beginner; it is at best the erroneous medication on about the creation. Religion seems realistic when it grounded reality as the core principle to make its own prediction or proclamation about the beginning and so on. Science considers this approach a mistake of religion. Contrary, philosophy is metaphysics up to the end. It considers beginning and beginner as unconditional, that means it could be refutable by meditation, even though it is not possible to draw a conclusion about the unconditionality of the unconditional. Yonder metaphysics made philosophy notorious, and as well as it makes it free to take the burden of giving any conclusion about the beginning or the beginner. 

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Source: lempertz.com: The Steadfast Philosopher by Gerrit van Honthorst

… Religion is neither an assumption nor it fitted with any theory and hypothesis. Religion is the fundamental belief on fundamental; that is, something is active on creation beyond over the concerning knowledge of humankind, and as well the enhancement of philosophical fallacy and syllogism… Every hypothetical question and presumption in philosophy should have the ability so that it can disprove its own proposition for the sake of clarity of free meditation.
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Enunciation 51: We are living in the world where idea generates in myriad ways; philosophy tried to attend all those ideas according to its hyperactive expedition. Philosophy is hyperactive medication to ensure free meditation, where it uses metaphysics to justify any ideas in all probable ways. Science is great for its conditional appraisal, just because it helps to understand the posterior reality in a true sense; nonetheless, it also has limitation to make its own expedition in case of a priori phenomenon, for instance, Kant’s “thing-in-itself” or Husserl’s “things in themselves”. 

Enunciation 52: Science is the way of systematic thinking by making an oath to the systematic approach and procedures. Stephen Hawking made his remarks, what he thinks is mandatory if a theory wants to present itself as fine-tuning and consummated:

I. The theory must have aesthetic values and qualities. II. It must not be reinless. The flexibility should have limited there so that it can prevent its own misuse and misinterpretation by other human sciences. This theory never attuned itself with such proposition and theorems which science treats incoherent for its methodical quest. III. It must have conformity with past, present, and future experimentation in science. IV. A fine-tuned theory must signal the future outline with insightfulness. 

However, philosophy gives values to the first and fourth and ignores the second and third of Hawking’s offer. It ignores the second and third according to its own machination, that is, philosophy is the systematic thinking by breaking the preconditions that prevent it to consider the most absurd proposition with the freedom of open-mindedness and free meditation. 

Enunciation 53: An absurd thought maybe it relevant for consideration when it confronts the origin of consciousness or becoming of the creation. The most irrelevant thought, same as it can relate itself with apparently abstruse logic; therefore, refutation is necessary here before the denial

Enunciation 54: Philosophy is now the slavery of establishment. The profligate philosopher now confined his soul to the sterile academic discussion, where the public entrance is restricted. They buy tickets or attend the seminar with a stolid face; it looks like they purchase tickets to see Hollywood Queen’s amazing glamour with dizziness

Once philosophy was the amusement of abstract thoughts and people were as well the participant of this. Today they are just listener and clapper, as they enthralled to see when Hollywood Queen kissed her lover before the fight begun; and same as she repeats it in the end scene like a professional kisser. 

Enunciation 55: Pre-Socratic thinkers, Vedic philosophers, and German Idealists are yet essential to realize the problem of humanity. They are as well essential for pure philosophical thinking. Today they are underestimated but appeared influential in near future because to the conquest of modern science, where it needs an urgency to think about the fundamental reason of creation along with consciousness and so on. 

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Source: artsy.net: The Thinker: Original Sculpture: Auguste Rodin

… Philosophy is not for the decision; rather it is for refutation. Logic in philosophy is a rhetorical abstraction there. More abstraction means philosophy is trying to overcome the logic-centric disclosures, which perhaps prevents a philosopher exercising free meditation. Philosophy means freedom. The freedom of thinking must be preserved by any means —if philosophy wanted to overcome the so-called logic gates in all possible ways.
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Enunciation 56: Philosophy has needed back again to its own motion so that it can concentrate its Suo-Motu, which it lost in progress of science. Martin Heidegger once questioned the systematic approach of philosophical thinking in western academia. He thinks it tried to deal the fundamental problem of beingness in accordance with the modern scientific approach; what he mentioned a disaster for philosophy; since it prevents philosophy to examine the ideas with myriad probable causation. Now the time is knocking for the ratification that philosophy must begin from where it was spontaneous once upon a time.
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Thoughts on philosophy_1_2Source: Pinterest: Intuitive VS Ordinary Thought; Painting: Unknown
… When philosophy claims the historicity of the beginning and beginner are irrefutable, from that moment philosophy died and religion begins. Philosophy is not for faith; it is for the refutation of meditative abstract logic…
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