What Gave You That Idea?
Rediscovering the Development of Our Worldviews
The first essay was completed in 2012; I then organized discussions with readers and other interested parties (private and academic settings) which in turn allowed me to write a directly related "Postscripts" by mid-2018.
In other words, these two documents represent the outcome of a twenty-year long studying/writing project as an independent scholar.
My guiding philosophy (as in "love-of-wisdom" as ancient Greek minds would say) highlights are, inter alia --
-- no human knows everything and as a consequence we use assumptions and/or a selected hypothesis
-- diversity is part of Nature but our world is one (though both material and nonmaterial properties co-exist within)
-- each worldview has value...up to a point
-- at the start of a discussion, let's emphasize that no thing is simple
-- with my essay, I introduce a new hypothesis and present the outline of a multidisciplinary study project
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