My Future keeps erasing My Past. The Future is how You see It. I see Challenge. I am prepared, if only with rolled up sleeves. I create Theories while lacking a High School Diploma. More likely, BECAUSE I don't have one. I did not fail the System, the System failed Me. The failing system lacks a diploma from ME. I am most aware of why incorporated school systems, in incorporated cities, do not teach Liberty.. They would have to teach Wisdom, too. School teaches us how to work for others. Schedules and Tasks, plus the "Skills" to operate in the working world. Colleges are FOR PROFIT and students go into debt, with little, or no, advancing benefit. Our thought process is occupied FOR the PROFIT of our Employer. The Chain of Conscious (according to me) is Perception, Reason, Logic, Wisdom, Theory/Abstract, Faith (which belongs at the end for things that CANNOT be believed; unfortunately Faith is out of place for many). I say the Education today barely gets past Perception and not even close to Wisdom level of learning. Theory level requires 100% self thought control, not controlled thoughts. Politics is at the Perception level. Unless you are a Consumer who reads the Fine Print, our Commerce is at the Perception level (think "free" phones, etc.). I think Outside the Box (OTB), only because the box still exists.
Philosophy. Natural Rights. Liberty. Responsibility of Freedom. Self Directed Learning (SDL) and its Intrinsic Value. Theorum Philosophisae Principia Philosophia:Conscia Conscientia Communem Unitatem
Theory and Principles of the Philosophy of Philosophy (PHoPH)
Theory of Hyper Mind Activity Syndrome (HMAS) to uncouple H from ADD (ADHD)
Theory of Anologica Transferum
Theory of Chain of Conscious
Getting book published by a publisher. Essay or article publishing, too.Getting doors opened to Philosophical Societies that restrict to "Academics", including Dr. Franklin's( who wasn't educated) APS
Anything I apply myself to
I have debated myself too long and I am shot out of a cannon. Just looking for a little TED Cred.
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