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PostSubject: value ontology as science   Wed Dec 07, 2011 10:39 pm

"Objects" are removed: what remains is interference of valuing perspectives - interference of values.


 

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PostSubject: Re: value ontology as science   Thu Dec 08, 2011 7:22 am

Fixed Cross wrote:
"Objects" are removed: what remains is interference of valuing perspectives - interference of values.


Actual discrepancies then (incomplete overlap) between the possibilities for various valuing potentialities?

 

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"Was it necessary for the sense of truth that Nietzsche described as developed by the Judeo-Christian tradition that then manifested itself in the scientific methodology to turn against the symbolic foundation of that structure and demolish it... Jung's answer was that the conflict between science and religion is a consequence of the immature state of both of those domains of thinking... it's just that we aren't good enough at being religious or at being scientific to see how they might be reconciled." -Jordan Peterson
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PostSubject: Re: value ontology as science   Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:53 am

"On the Doctrine of Poisons":

So many things have to come together for scientific thinking to originate; and all these necessary strengths had to be invented, practiced, and cultivated separately. As long as they were still separate, however, they frequently had an altogether different effect than they do now that they are integrated into scientific thinking and hold each other in check. Their effect was that of poisons; for example, that of the impulse to doubt, to negate, to wait, to collect, to dissolve. Many hecatombs of human beings were sacrificed before these impulses learned to comprehend their coexistence and to feel that they were all functions of one organizing force within one human being. And even now the time seems remote when artistic energies and the practical wisdom of life will join with scientific thinking to form a higher organic system in relation to which scholars, physicians, artists, and legislators—as we know them at present—would have to look like paltry relics of ancient times.
[Nietzsche, GS 113]

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