Monthly Archives: September 2020

OBJECTIVITY

 Does It Exist? Objectivity is a subject’s delusion that observing can be done without him, Heinz von Forester. By definition objectivity is the quality or character of being objective: lack of favoritism toward one side or another; freedom from bias. Subjective is: based on or influenced by personal feelings, … Continue reading

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VISION TESTING

 How Do You Examine Your Beliefs? We prefer to believe what we prefer to be true, paraphrased from a Francis Bacon quote My Process of Illumination (POI) examination method is “Vision Testing,” which involves looking at yourself in order to … Continue reading

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DECIDING ISN’T WHAT IT USED TO BE

And Probably Never Was A person’s ability to choose, as well as his right to choose, is the essence of freedom. How well he learns the skills involved in the process of choosing well determines his power of self-determination, his … Continue reading

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DECIDOPHOBIA

The Fear of Making Decisions Humanity craves but dreads autonomy, Walter Kaufman. My title and subtitle come from Walter Kaufman’s 1973 book, Without Guilt and Justice, with the subtitle, From Decidophobia to Autonomy. Decidophobia could also be thought of as … Continue reading

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