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Introduction to General Epistemology       




Introduction to General Epistemology


«Introduction to General Epistemology» First part: logic

Before starting this book, this part clarifies logics. Indeed, numerous facts of reality just do not obey classical Aristotelian logic, hence the need to start with this. Introducing non-Aristotelian logics. Quadripolar logic©. Validity domain of a logic. Introducing non-conceptual thought. Numerous examples and applications.

«Introduction to General Epistemology» Second part: epistemology

Epistemology as a method to know reality. Presentation of classical epistemology, its qualities and its limits. How to arrive to a General Epistemology, efficcient in all the three domains of observation: physics, logics (mathematics) and consciousness. Numerous examples and applications: how the exclusive use of materialistic epistemology blocks or corrupts numerous domains, including in classical science.

«Introduction to General Epistemology» Third part: metaphysic

Progressive introduction to metaphysics, without any presupposition, nor spiritualist neither materialist. How the physical world can exist and appear to us concretely, without any presupposition. Axioms of the metaphysical science, leading to the notion of existence. The three known domains of existence: physics, logics (mathematics) and consciousness. How the existence of consciousness can lead to psychical universes and to the continuation of consciousness after death.

«Introduction to General Epistemology» Fourth part: physics

How our metaphysical system leads to modern physics, and none others. Application to quantum mechanics, the nature of time and of space, the appearance of laws of physics and why they are what they are.

«Introduction to General Epistemology» Firth part: consciousness

How consciousness exists, in relation with the brain, but with the capacity to escape its material determinisms. Free-will as an interaction of consciousness on the physics of the brain. The meaning of life, the good and the evil. The nature of spiritual Transcendence. The states of consciousness. Neurosis and sociopathies. Formation of the brain and education. Varied concepts from the spiritualists or from the New Age. The consciousness of robots. The Cyrlikars. The Planetary Logos.

«Introduction to General Epistemology» Sixth part: society

How society must fulfill the needs of consciousness. Ethics, ecology, economy, art and culture, democracy, politics, mind control methods, the ideal society, future evolution.

«Introduction to General Epistemology» Seventh part: Unexplained phenomena

At stake: what can bring the study of unexplained phenomena. The case of UFOs. After our metaphysics, interpretation of UFOs, parapsychological phenomena, phenomena displayed by dying saints, etc. as interactions of consciousness into the physical world.

«Introduction to General Epistemology» Eighth part: Extraterrestrial life

This part aims at evaluating the probability of meeting extraterrestrial life, and what would be the consequences if this happened. Using the framework of the Drake Formula, we evaluate the formation of planets with some original theories, and the probability of having planets suitable for life. Then we try to understand how life appeared, and the time required for it to arrive to civilization. This leads to our closest neighbour being at about 50 to 100 light years, and a mean to strong Fermi paradox: why the abundance of civilization did not led to encounters on Earth. There is thus something we do not yet understand. Discussion: the interstellar travel, the communication means, the unexpected evolution paths of civilizations, leading to several original and plausible solution of the Fermi paradox, and a first detection within some years or decades.

The detailed version of the same book: GENERAL EPISTEMOLOGY


The novels on general epistemology: THE MISSING PLANETS - DUMRIA - LOKUTEN







Introduction to General Epistemology       







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