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Controlling the ‘self-deceptive’ syndrome.

In a nutshell, ‘self deception’ feelings during an ongoing decision-making process, had been a source of personal confusion for quite some time now thanks to modern scientific technology and mathematical logic sophistications. It is no longer as threatening even though … Continue reading

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What Reality is True?

Epistemontological Paradox in Free Choices. INTRODUCTION. What exactly do we mean by the ‘existence’ of an object or event? Do we mean its physical identification and phenomenological description in real space time now and/or always? Or is it enough to … Continue reading

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Integrating Phenomenological Realism With Metaphysical Logic Idealism as a Unit Whole.

The Phenomenological Ontological Description or the Constructive Epistemological Explanations of the Real Spatio-temporal Material Beings in 4-d Existential Reality? Metaphysical Idealism or Biopsychosocial (BPS) Realism? Angular distance δ between two stars observed by O, absolute or relative? (Image failed to … Continue reading

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