The ‘Circle Drawing’ Operation of the CTMU and of Past Metaphysics. Universal of 'Circle.'
You all know the expression ‘think outside the box’ and think naturally that this applies to Metaphysical thought production. I’m writing here to tell you that this is a negation of proper metaphysics
You all know the expression ‘think outside the box’ and think naturally that this applies to Metaphysical thought production. I’m writing here to tell you that this is a negation of the proper way to conduct metaphysical productions. Indeed Chris Langan tells us that we should be thinking of reality in-turn as ‘inside the box’ where nothing exists outside the box.
My own realization is that Langan and other great metaphysicians of the Past all, in some way or another, drew out a ‘Circle’ in which their conception of Being, Nature, and Reality took place. I will give examples below. But just know that not only is philosophy ‘circular reasoning’ (super-tautology), as Hume held it to be, but it is ultimately thinking within the horizon of Circles or more technically ‘Spheres.’ You’ll soon here see what I mean and see why this is the case. But just brace yourself for ‘Thinking-In and Drawing Circles,’ as with Ancient Greeks drawing geometric shapes in the sand then postulating the whole World inside of this.
First let us start with Plato, where the ultimate Form of all Forms would be his envisioned city-state ‘Republic.’ Plato responded that in geometry there are many attempts at drawing a perfect circle but really only ‘One’ form of the circle as such. I cannot claim to know how Plato came about his idea of the Forms exactly in his mind but Isn’t the Circle a perfect paragon of the theory of ‘Forms,’ where the Republic delineated respectively is a circle or sphere in perfection, or the ‘One’ as in ‘One-and-the-Many’ is a circle to which to derive oneness as well as multiplicity from.
Indeed the Earth (Globe) is a Sphere, the Moon and Sun are circles in our direct vision horizon. And even in textbooks depicting Atoms, particles, protons, neutrons, and electrons - all are circles or spheres.
Another example is Leibniz. In his work on the Philosophy of Martin Heidegger, Alexander Dugin depicts Leibniz’s conception of ‘Substance’ as bigger and smaller spheres of homogeneity. Where God is the biggest sphere in which we are all composite of.
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