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7-0 * Introduction To The Thesis On Purpose To Existance


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What do we have to start with? Our Background,  Our Observations, Our Analyses, Contrary Items and Our Syntheses!
That is our foundation to make and defend Our Thesis on!

Observations are from structural levels of observed physical and behavioral reality. The end purpose is to answer the question: "Is there purpose to intelligent existence?"

The yes answer begs the question:  "What is the highest potential for intelligent existence?"

Level 7 Thesis  -

The purpose of the Thesis Level is to state the answer to the initial question  about the meaning, purpose or highest potential for life and then defend or modify it according to verifiable modeling of physical and behavioral reality.


This is Development Level 7 (Conclusions) from the observations, analysis, contrary items and synthesis of the investigation motivated by the question: "Is There Purpose To Existence?". This requires postulating our Reality and investigating the nature of existence.


Where the Observations and Analysis dig deeper for a fundamental foundation to build Contraries, Synthesis and Thesis on. The Synthesis and Thesis are built up on their more fundamental levels of conclusions from  investigation.

Thesis Definition

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language: Fourth Edition.  2000.



n. pl. the'-ses (-sz)
Thesis - An answer to a question based on propositions that model  physical and behavioral reality that are obtained and  maintained by the observations, analysis and synthesis of and from physical and behavioral reality.
           1. (v.) To research a subject and write a thesis on that subject.
 NOUN: 1. A proposition that is maintained by argument. 2. A dissertation advancing an original point of view as a result of research, especially as a requirement for an academic degree.
ETYMOLOGY: Latin, collection, from Greek, from tithenai, to put; see dh- in Indo-European roots. Senses 5 and 6, Middle English, from Late Latin, lowering of the voice, from Greek, downbeat, from tithenai.]