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Attempting to show the differences between democracy and communism can be a thankless task, because some readers get emotional when democracy and communism are referred to.  The attempt to define the difference in an essay requires the conversion of abstract visual concepts to written words.  Another problem with the conversion is that the reader’s potential philosophy may lead them to a different definition than what the author has intended.  Our abstract philosophical concepts are based on what we perceive to be reality and how we fit into that reality.  A potential definition could be how adaptable is the governmental philosophy, is it capable of handling where this future could lead, because the people have studied the past, in the light of the present?

The first step of the task could be developing a viewpoint that does not directly refer to either democracy or communism.  By defining philosophy, the author can take the stigma off democracy or communism and place it on the concept of philosophy.  After the reader sees that, the concept of philosophy is the priority.  How personal worth is defined; is an essential difference in the foundations of democracy and communism and may be put into words with this phrase “Survival of the Fittest”.  Many questions are being asked because “Survival of the Fittest” is still an abstract concept.  Did man evolve from primates?  Is there a gene for intelligence?  Is there a superior, super healthy human?  These questions seem to plague us, to the extent that they have taken on the mythical qualities of a deity needing worship.  To understand how these ideas could have such a hold requires that we take a peak back behind the pedestal they are being placed on, which is a pedestal composed of “The Philosophy of Knowledge”.  This may seem like a strange term considering what the definition of philosophy is, 

Philosophy (1) “Literally, the love of, including the search after, wisdom; in actual usage, the knowledge of phenomena as explained by, and resolved into, causes and reasons, powers and laws.”  From Dictionary com

Many readers base their knowledge on abstract philosophical causes, and until the author defines philosophy, the readers can be stuck in their personal database of accumulated knowledge instead of realizing that the concept of philosophy is what is being referred to.  Now that the concept has been defined in written words, the author can refer to philosophy and have a common viewpoint with the reader.

            To convert the abstract concept of philosophy to a written word the author should give some type of visual reference.  For philosophy, this reference can be the thought of a library of many different subjects.  The reader’s accumulated knowledge of these different subjects allows them to define their philosophical viewpoint.  When the author attempts control by requiring the reader to accept philosophy, or propaganda without all the facts, this can be referred to as dictatorship or monopoly.

When converting the abstract concepts to words the potential philosophy of the reader may have been controlled by limiting or slanting their education, so a common point of view is imperative.  One type of common control is through sex.  The female traditionally works from a base line of honor and the male through sportsmanship.  This can be seen in how they deal with their young, since the female fights for the young and the male fights to have young.  In fighting for the young, the female has to be able to teach the young how to stay alive and fed in a changing world.  The male traditionally deals with other adults in defending their right to have young.  This means that the female does not always have set rules to go by and since you need rules and laws to have sportsmanship, males are sometimes left out in the cold.  Taking these basic concepts and adding homosexuals or hermaphrodites (that menstruate and have a penis, even if a small one) can lead humans to question how they fit in.

Our abstract philosophical concepts are based on what we perceive to be reality and how we fit into that reality.  The philosophy of communism seems to be based on concepts of sex or “survival of the fittest”.  This philosophy takes many ideas out of context and can create major problems, because if you advocate an idea of "Survival of the fittest" then humans are at the bottom of the heap, way below bacteria and fungus.  At the time the iron curtain went up in 1961, the prevailing belief of communism is that humans were in complete control of their environment.  This is erroneous since humans depend on other living microorganisms to live.  These microorganisms are involved in everything from out digestion to defining our DNA and they are constantly evolving.  The word common also means below average, and communism supports leadership by the common man, where as democracy has been a constantly evolving philosophy by supporting leadership by voting on people that are able to rise above the common or base ideas and is capable of being above average in that the leader is not prejudicial to new ideas. 

An adaptable government was conceived as a philosophy that would allow new ideas (from all people) to be entertained.  Originally having a loose set of rules, and only those laws that were required, democracy has become a straightjacket that stifles new knowledge, if that knowledge is not politically correct.  Survival for humans has been adapting to our environment and it looks as if both democracy and communism have been so intent in defining themselves and setting out laws (party lines and what is politically correct) that they have forgotten that they are suppose to be adaptable philosophies, and as adaptable philosophies they should not have absolute definitions.  The basic difference between democracy and communism is that democracy has been able to adapt to changing conditions because people are usually able to “agree to disagree” and live with different philosophies, where communism has to go to five year plans.                                                            

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where this future could lead, because they have studied the past, in the light of the present?

 

he people are trained in a variity of

 

 

Defineing the current differences between democracy and communism is a task that ultimately is done by

 

 

 

 

 

                               legitimizing Psychology as an science/disciple separate from Philosophy that he neglected

                               to remember what Philosophy is.

It seems as if the author has to respect the reader’s philosophy of life if they want to reader to understand how democracy and communism are being defined, since both democracy and communism deal with people and have some common foundations in philosophies developed centuries ago.  The philosophy of “Survival of the Fittest” is the prevailing theme of communism, yet by the definition of philosophy this idea is no longer valid, since bacteria and fungus would be the ones that survive.  Humans are making themselves so fit that

 

 

From the time that humans started wondering about the differences in the world around them, they have also wondered how they fit in.  One of the problems of humans categorizing how they fit into this world was the reoccurring plagues that were sweeping through about every twelve to fifteen years.   

 

Plagues have had an impact on how fast education has been able to

 

This paper will arbitrarily refer to philosophy as starting with Confucius and Socrates at about 551 BC.  From the time that humans

 

An example of this type of control would be Alfred Kinsey (1894-1956).  Kinsey presented himself as a family man and scientific researcher and when his book “Sexual Behavior In The Human Male” was published in 1948 it became a type of sexual bible.  It was not until  

 

 

 

 

 

but this paper should make the meaning clear. 

 

The other

           

 

Popper led me to more research and it seems as if propaganda has been learned but biology has be ignored.

 

This could be some of the reasons that propaganda is so successful.  Granted unless you study Ortes and Malthus

you could think that Marx and Hitler's ideas of racial purification had a foundation.  Marx and Hitler were frauds, and I would not be surprised if asked about spontaneous germination, that they would have believed in it.

 

Redi (Italian scientist) disproved spontaneous generation in 1668, France was still dubious until Louis Pasteur  (1822-1895) was able to disproved spontaneous generation, as well.  Darwin was a "jonny come lately" in the controversy. 

 

Taking these ideas out of context can create major problems, and if you advocate an idea of "Survival of the fittest" then humans are at the bottom of the heap, way below bacteria and fungus.

 

While some are keeping things stirred up, world events are happening that are not making headlines.

 

Citations (unorganized)

 

Science News       Jan 30, 1999

http://www.findarticles.com/cf_0/m1200/5_155/54031959/p1/article.jhtml

            Sea Sickness.(pollution, algae blooms, and climate change affect coral reefs and other marine organisms)

            Author/s: Janet Raloff

 

            Marine epidemiology comes of age Nor is bleaching the only threat to corals. Increasingly, Cervino points out, these colonies are also exhibiting infections, tumors, and "obscure" lesions. "We've been going to photos of corals from as far back as the 1930s," he says, and find no sign of many of these diseases.

That link is at http://ThePiedPiper.tripod.com/Book1/CNS1.htm#_Spray

 

World Trade could make these problems worse, because it does not allow individual countries the chance to look at their own bacteria and fungal problems.  When you refer to bacteria and fungus it does not seem to be one size fits all, yet what happens

Example:

"Mustard was first used by the Germans on the night of 12-13 July 1917 near Ypres in Flanders"

I am not an environmentalist, just someone that believes that mycotoxins and other items used in one place can migrate.  Many of these items have to go through a simple CNS before they can attack the human CNS and by the time we wake up to the fact that they could be evolving beyond our capability to handle them - we could have wiped out many of the simple CNS organisms (like frogs) so that they do come looking for us, to live.

http://ThePiedPiper.tripod.com/Book1/CNS1.htm#_Bush_/_Gore

 

Also an hypothesis that I have:

If oil is a bacteria byproduct, we already keep memories on inorganic storage (computers), the brain is 60% to 70%

fat (an energy matrix, intelligence matrix) so what other energy matrixes have intelligence?

                Thomas Gold  -- "The Deep Hot Bioshpere,"

http://www.people.cornell.edu/pages/tg21/

 

                The Theory of Unlimited Oil

                 One Heretic Predicts More Oil to Be Drilled in the Ground

                      By Kevin Newman   --  March 16

 

http://more.abcnews.go.com/onair/closerlook/wnt_000316_cl_oilheretic_feature.html

http://ThePiedPiper.tripod.com/Book1/CNS1.htm#_Oil_–_Thomas

 

To tie these thoughts together,

Plants reach to the light, even without a group intelligence.  Could bacteria and fungi think that we are the only way to survive, and by the time we realize we will be gone and cytobacteria will start over.

 

You know that sugar, or at least an excess of sugar can kill beneficial bacteria and allow an growth of fungus in your body.  Anyone have a sweet tooth?  Could the fungus in you body try for a beneficial environment?  Yet, world trade keeps some people from being able to say stuff like this because they might mess up someone's trading rights.

 

So, if you were to get rid of a bacteria or fungus which one would you choose since it seems that some of the worst are beneficial in their own ways.

 

The brain is wired for sound energy, light energy and more to stimulate the nerves (virtual reality possible future)

might rewire some of the connections to the eyes, ears and other senses.  What is intelligence, but our associations and connections between the different energy sources that we are exposed to, and it seems that we may have to become savage to live in the world that is evolving.  Keep the higher brain?  I doubt that we would have enough

time for it.  Snails here we come.

 

If this is cryptic to some, I apologize - I am a student with very limited time.  Good luck and when someone presents a certain mindset - please speculate about the fact of what is happening from both sides.  Is this a case of divide and conquer?  Could people get along if they realize where this future could lead, because they have studied the past, in the light of the present?

 

Enough for now, my disclaimer gives an idea of my mindset and here is a part of it, ""It is not up to thee to finish the task, but neither is it up to thee to exempt thyself from it." or You may not be able to replace them but can you learn enough to succeed them? "

http://ThePiedPiper.tripod.com/disclaim.htm
(1) The definition of Philosophy at dictionary.com

http://www.dictionary.com/cgi-bin/dict.pl?db=*&term=philosophy

 

(2) John T. Scopes(1925) “The Monkey Trail”

                by 1929 five southern states had passed laws prohibiting the teaching of evolution in the public

schools.  “Religious Fundamentalism or Evolutionism.”

 

(4) Crusades to drive the Moslems from the Holy Land (1095 – 1290)

 

(5) mid fouthteenth century Eupeone plague

 

1492 Columbus (Italian)

 


 

 

551-479BC  Could Confucius have seen what might happen when the dead are not buried?

                Confucius:Socrates without Pre-Socratics –

http://www.hku.hk/philodep/courses/cwintro/confuciustxt.htm

                The Analects of Confucius –

http://www.human.toyogakuen-u.ac.jp/~acmuller/contao/analects.htm

                Confucius (551-479 BC)  --  http://www.friesian.com/confuci.htm

                                                Taught his people to bury their dead.

1492 Columbus (Italian)

                               

                                46 AD – two-thirds of the population of Mongolia hit by the epidemic.

                                [#1Black Death] – from the History Magazine article by Ron Wild]

 

166 AD  Plague struck Rome http://health.upenn.edu/~bioethic/ajem/ajem91f/risk91f.html

 

1095-1290  Crusades to drive the Moslems from the Holy Land (1095 – 1290)

 

 

                                The start of the fourteenth century had rains so heavy that "historyians of that time

compared it to the days of the Great Flood", "The opening days of the fourteenth century are referred to as the 'Little Ice Age'." There was crop failure, famine, and death. This esculated into the time of the

[#2Black Death]

[#3Black Death]


???? Black Death - leaves France with a population of 2000.
1347-1349 Black Death


Cycles of the plagues struck every 12 to 15 years

 

1492 Columbus (Italian)

 

1596-1650 Cogito, ergo sum (I think, therefore I am) - 17th century Rene Descartes –

1626-1678 Francesco Redi  - 1668


1665 The Great Plague of London - year of Fermat's death - seems to be the last English breakout. Refer to other food problems.  

1601 - 1665 Pierre de Fermat called "The Prince of Amateurs" since mathematics was his avocation, but being a Civil Lawyer was his vocation.

Timelines of Events in Science, Mathematics, and Technology  --

http://www.physics.ohio-state.edu/~wilkins/science/sctmln.html

 

1713-1790 Giammaqria Ortes (Italian)  “carrying capacity”

1729           Jonathan Swift “A Modest Proposal” [a refute to Ortes?]

 

1747 Philadelphia had its own yellow fever epidemic

http://members.aol.com/Fever1793/ch2.html

 

1766-1834 Rev Robert Malthus (French) “Principle of Population”


[1789-1793] French Revolution – were there any plagues at this time?

This have NOT been checked out yet, they are put here for keywords.

 http://www.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/Medical/World_Health/part1.html

http://members.aol.com/Fever1793/ch2.html

http://www.ncl.ac.uk/history/world1.htm

http://www.hup.harvard.edu/subjectindex/hist-europe.html

 

1809-1882 Charles Darwin “Survival of the Fittest”

1822-1911 Francis Galton [cousin of Charles Darwin]


[1846-1851 The Irish Potato Famine, which seems to have some of the same strange weather characteristics before Fungus took over the potato crop.]

 

1822-1899 Louis Pasteur (French) (disproved spon

1846-1851 Irish Potato Famine

1856-1939 Sigmund Freud (believes that everything is based in sex)

1878-1958 John B. Watson (is sex control)

1894-1956 Alfred Kinsey (obsessed with control through sex)

1920’s       Revival of the Ku Klux Klan in the 1920’s.

 

1925          John T. Scopes(1925) “The Monkey Trail”

                by 1929 five southern states had passed laws prohibiting the teaching of evolution in the public

schools.  “Religious Fundamentalism or Evolutionism.”

 

Feb 2000 Deadly Fungus --  http://www.guardianunlimited.co.uk/nhs/Story/0,2763,192860,00.html

 

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1596-1650 Cogito, ergo sum (I think, therefore I am) - 17th century Rene Descartes –

 

 " Descartes was a "jack of all trades", making major contributions to the areas of anatomy, cognitive science, optics, mathematics and philosophy. Underlying his methodology is the belief that all science is based on mathematics. This is manifested in his unification of ancient geometry and his new alegbra based on the Cartesian coodinate system. " Descartes #2


1601 - 1665 Pierre de Fermat called "The Prince of Amateurs" since mathematics was his avocation, but being a Cival Lawyer was his vocation.


A.D. 641 Final destruction of the library at Alexandria The library at Alexandria was one of the largest and oldest collections of manuscripts from the ancient world was lost. (2)


AD 868 First Printed Book - China Diamond Sutra


11th century Movable Type – China

 

 

1626-1678 Francesco Redi  - 1668

1665 Great Plague

1713-1790 Giammaqria Ortes (Italian)

1766-1834 Rev Robert Malthus (French)

1809-1882 Darwin

1822-1899 Louis Pasteur (French)

1846-1851 Irish Potato Famine

1856-1939 Sigmund Freud

 

 

 

1626-1678 Francesco Redi  - 1668

Redi, Francesco (1626-1678) -- from Eric Weisstein's Treasure

... Redi, Francesco (1626-1678), ... prove the impossibility of spontaneous generation, and

final debunking of the theory would have to await Spallanzani and Pasteur. ...

www.treasure-troves.com/bios/Redi.html - 11k

 

 

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                                    E-mail: mail@cwfa.org

Kinsey and Our Culture         May 1999

www.cwfa.org/library/education/1999-05_pp_kinsey.shtml.

Pederasts, encouraged by the homosexual victory and armed with Kinsey’s

              reports legitimizing child-sex and adult-child sex, are engaged in a protracted

              battle to lower the age-of- consent laws. "Sex before eight or it’s too late," is the

              motto of the René Guyon Society. The British Pedophile Information Exchange

              (P.I.E.) advocates that it be reduced to age four.35

 

              Dr. Sigmund Freud considered homosexuality "an arrest of sexual development" and

              "intergenerational sex," or pedophilia, as "cowardly" and a "substitute" sexual

              practice for "impotent" people. However, "a nationally recognized expert on sex

              offenders. . . stated that pedophilia. . . may be a sexual orientation rather than a

              sexual deviation. [This] raised the question as to whether pedophiles may have

              rights."36 Spokesmen for the North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA)

              have quoted Kinsey extensively in arguing for the right to have sex with

              underage boys. If pedophilia is no longer classified as a mental disorder and the

              age-of-consent laws are lowered, how will we protect our children?

 

              Parental authority is now being challenged by feminists and pedophiles clamoring

              for "children’s rights": the right to privacy, the right to association, the right to

              family planning services. . . What about the child’s right to grow up without being

              exploited? How can a four- year-old child possibly enter into a consensual

              relationship with an adult or even another child? As a society, we have already

              determined that children are not ready to be drafted, allowed to smoke, drink or

              even to run for President of the United States. Sex is no different.

 

http://www.dictionary.com/cgi-bin/dict.pl?db=*&term=philosophy

Philosophy (1) “Literally, the love of, including the search after, wisdom; in actual usage, the knowledge of phenomena as explained by, and resolved into, causes and reasons, powers and laws.”  From Dictionary com

 

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