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The Way The Truth And The Life

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0 * Index

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z.

 

Ontology Encyclopedia

Video Introduction

Postulates To Build On  
Structure To Build With 
High School Example    

Wake Up!  
Noble Savage Myth 
1y-30 (old valuable)
0-0 Index
0-1 Preface
0-2 Read First
0-3 Gestalt Formation
0-4 Explain Ontology

 

History

1 Background
2 Foundation

Investigations

3 Observe
4 Analyze
5 Contrary
6 Synthesize 
7 Thesisize

8 Youtube
9 Closing Glossary
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Examples
Organization
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Ontology Encyclopedia Reality

  1. Organizing and Investigating the totality of Reality in search of what gives intelligent life's meaning using  in an overview of Reality in logical and pattern order of evolution and complexity.

on-tol-o-gy

noun

noun: ontology; plural noun: ontologies

  1. the branch of metaphysics dealing with the nature of being.

Origin

early 18th century: from modern Latin ontologia, from Greek on¦-n, ont- 'being' + -logy.

en-cy-clo-pe-di-a

inˌsīkləˈpēdēə, enˌsīkləˈpēdēə/

noun

noun: encyclopedia; plural noun: encyclopedias; noun: encyclopaedia; plural noun: encyclopaedias

  1. a book or set of books giving information on many subjects or on many aspects of one subject and typically arranged alphabetically.

Origin

mid 16th century: modern Latin, from pseudo-Greek enkuklopaideia for enkuklios paideia 'all-around education.'

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Ontological Materialism Of This Encyclopedia

From a philosophical Perspective, ontological materialism is:

1) Belief that material things, such as particles, 
    chemical processes and energy, are more real,
    for example, than the human mind. The belief
    that physical and behavioral reality exist
    regardless of human observers.

2) Belief that cause/effect of physical reality can
    can predict and explain behavioral reality. 

3) But, untested thoughts may be false (like the
    vision of a flying horse.

 

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A 4 Analyzed

Aether


B 1 Background 

boats Gobustan (7,000-3,000 BC) 


C 5 Contrary 

Cambria 1-5-14-2-6#6 Hundreds of skeletons found in Cambria

Cosmology  1-1-00-0-00 Big Bang Theory


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E   3-2-04-1 Extrasensory Perception ESP 3-2-30-5 Extrasensory perception or ESP
ESP Russian Rabbit Experiment 2003-04-18 3-2-04-1-1 3-2-03-8-3, 3-2-04-1-3, 3-2-15-1-8, 2003-04-18 3-2-30-5-3 


F 2 Foundation


G 0-3 Gestalt Formation


H


I Investigation High School Example    

Iroquois And The Jesuits 1895 1-5-14-2-3


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M

Maid of the Mist 5-2-05-8-3-0

Matter Postulated 1-1-00-1

Motion Postulated 1-1-00-1

Myth Of The Noble Savage 1-5-14-2-6 


N Niagara The Neuter Nation 1-5-14-2-6 


O Observed 3  


P  Postulate Defined 1-1-00-1 , Postulates Of Physical Reality To Build Behavioral Reality On 2-1 

Pekin 1-7-1-2 , I miss hanging out at (THE BRIDGE) in Pekin NY https://www.facebook.com/groups/105922036114144/

Postulates Of Physical Reality - A Foundation Statement 1-1-01-1


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S 6 Synthesize

  Space Postulated 1-1-00-1

Structure To Build With 

T 7 Thesisize

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W Wake Up!  

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