A Rational Basis for Existence and Ethics
Knowledge is often empty, fragmented, confused and misleading due to the old problem of good and evil: morality is a linguistic device that distorts cognition. Philosophy also lacks compatibility with major theories of physics (relativity and quantum mechanics), biology (evolution) and psychology. Here a fully comprehensive, consistent framework based on differentiation and quantity of existence is introduced, bringing the sciences and the humanities together. Mathematical concepts and insights are used as a central support. Concepts are clearly defined, along with proofs that analytical and moral knowledge are impossible. This resolves some classic paradoxes, explains why they happen, and sets the basis for a rational understanding of ethics.
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