• Outline

    1. Definition of uncontroversial topics
    2. Introduction to philosophical reasoning and the difference between science and philosophy
    3. How to represent logic arguments in a visual flowchart for quick analysis
    4. How to identify assumptions

    Then you start talking

    1. The human psych
      1a. Definition
      1b. Interpretation
      2.Language and its effects on the human psych (this can lead onto so much)
    2. Tendencies of humanity

    Then you get political using the arsenal that you have assembled
    You should only get political at the end. This is when you draw upon the vast amount of seemingly unrelated concepts at the start of the book and show them to be connected

  • PART I

  • PART II

  • 1. Definition of uncontroversial topics

  • 2. Introduction to philosophical reasoning and the difference between science and philosophy

  • 3. How to represent logic arguments in a visual flowchart for quick analysis

  • 4. How to identify assumptions

  • 1. The human psyche

  • 2. Tendencies of humanity

  • 1a. Definition

  • 1b. Interpretation

  • 2. Language and its effects on the human psych (this can lead onto so much)

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