Philosophy or Architecture 4

Philosophy or Architecture 4

In the first example - the confirmation or rejection of the world - if the philosopher does not have the idea of the world in mind, he can not basically attribute it. That is, the philosopher must know the universe and know that it is now confirmed or denied. If our mind does not have a concept of something, then it is neutral to it, and nothing can say about it, that is, it is unaware of it and it can not be attributed to any proposition or no concept at all. There are/may be many things in the world, because our minds have no concept about it, so they are completely indifferent and neutral to them, namely absolute ignorance. And in fact, the nature of human science and knowledge means the transfer of man from ignorance to consciousness and knowledge, and that science is said to be like light, and it takes man from darkness to light, and that's why, it is perfectly correct. Now compare this process with an architectural effort. In the process of work of the philosopher, in the first example, three issues can be distinguished:1- There are concepts in the layers of the mind of the philosopher that the philosopher knows or does not care about and are his intellectual foundations. And there are in all philosophers, but also in the type of human beings and is common.2- When a philosopher speaks of a theory about the universe, he attributing concepts from his point of view to the same fundamentals of shared thinking among humans, it does not mean the negation of other theories, and only speaks of the possibility of this theory. 3- The total of theories of a philosopher over a period of time may find followers and affect people, or change their lives and their insights toward the world

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