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In  order  to  realize  the  whole  power  of  philosophy  and  logic  it's  necessary  to  know  that  the  father  of  logic  is  Aristotle.  And  as  is  known,  he  was  the  teacher  of  Alexander  the  Great. 

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6.597.     AR AR

According to Aristotle, God is the unity of unique perfections and this is very similar to the truth.

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6.1767.     AR AR

To distinguish truth from falsehood, one must realize their purpose. Truth is a property of Purpose.

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7.3080. Three reasons-minimally, but can be and 7 or 13.     AR AR

Aristotle observed that there are always four reasons for every truth. Every " why " in an answer must have four reasons why it should be considered true.

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7.3102.     AR AR

Aristotle proposed to give four answers to any question to determine the truth. The point is that three of them are needed, and one is a test.

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7.3825.     AR AR

Things do not exist for their own sake, but there is always a purpose. Happy is he who fulfills his purpose, for he is the truth, and the lie is he in whom there is no purpose, and he suffers.

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8.6827.     AR AR

Undoubtedly,   robot-slaves   are   a   new   progressive   step   for   our   slave-owning   society   development.   Aristotle’s   dream   about   at   least   2-3   slaves   for   every   free   person   will   finally   come   true.   But   you   should   remember   that   where   there   are   slaves,   there   are   revolts.   Will   a   devolved   and   weakened   human   be   able   to   stop   revolt   of   the   machines?

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10.40753.     AR AR

Purpose Begets Life. To grasp the goal and follow it is a great success that will fill your life with energy, movement and joy. The goal generates the flow, and the flow is the path and the Tao.

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10.44587.     AR AR

We go from small to large this is called induction, Bacon wrote about it.  From the big we go to the small this is deduction, Aristotle wrote about it.  A forest begets trees or trees begets a forest.

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10.45517.     AR AR

I've noticed that lying and ignorance are very useful.  Aristotle's theories in logic were for the most part false, but have been useful to mankind for millennia. 

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10.46124.     AR AR

The family is similar to the state, respectively, the goals of the family and the state are similar.  Aristotle said that the state exists for the sake of beautiful activity.  The best men of the state serve him out of a sense of Duty.  The most important principles of the state are mutual respect and the welfare of its inhabitants.  The state takes care of its residents and protects them from external threats.

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10.47132.     AR AR

According   to   Aristotle,   for   the   soul   it   means   for   the   body,   that   is,   for   the   material   world.   Therefore,   consciousness   must   justify   the   benefits   for   the   material   world   in   everything.   Beauty,   health,   love,   change,   reproduction,   joy,   etc.   are   valuable.

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10.47154. Wisdom and knowledge.     AR AR

Plato said:  "Wisdom, not knowledge."  Aristotle said:  "Knowledge, not wisdom."  I love  Plato and Aristotle are the same, so I agree with both of them.

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10.49634.     AR AR

Dividing the goal into body and tail, where the body gives 100% probability of winning, and the tail 10%, we will be able to implement a strategy to increase the risk in case of winning.  The point is that, realizing the gain on the body of the goal, we get a chance to win in the high-risk task of obtaining the tail.  Indeed, the main thing is the tail, but no  a tail without a body.  There is a body without a tail, but there is no tail without a body.  If you play for the sake of One Tail, then this is a super risk.  If we realize that the body is not something superfluous, but we need it, this will reduce our risks to zero.  The tail is beautiful and valuable, but the rabbit is not only meat, but also valuable fur.

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10.54377.     AR AR

As the teachers of materialist dialectics have taught us, the eternal question arises, which is more primary – matter or consciousness.  Materialists say being determines consciousness.  Idealists say consciousness determines being.  The cunning Aristotle observed that consciousness can come up with a goal, and then the goal will override everyone.  In general, there is no way to understand without half a liter.

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10.55438.     AR AR

Kierkegaard proposes to define being as the future.  This is essentially the same position  Aristotle on the primacy of purpose.  In fact, this is the same position of Christianity about the primacy of hope.

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10.63574.     AR AR

The path must be the goal.  A path is a space for goals.  Inside the path are many intermediate targets, similar to stars.  All these stars are in principle identical to each other and are landmarks on the path.  Moreover, the path is like the flow of a river and is able to change its course, faced with insurmountable obstacles.

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10.64170.     AR AR

It's not a question of what's better or worse.  Everything is good in its own way.  Question:  what exactly do you want and why?  Purpose matters.  Desires determine purpose.  The identity of the goal determines whether it is good or bad.  Good or bad is the relativity of the goal, which is the category of the ideal.  The ideal itself is an illusion.  After all, it was I who invented the goal, my desires gave rise to the ideal.

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10.64384.     AR AR

Who am I?  I am my goals.  My goals give me my shape.  My goals take all the excess  in me, they turn it into a perfect truth, that is, into reality.  My goals are my movement, they are what I spend my time on and what I focus my attention on.

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10.64688. The target is squared.     AR AR

What is motivation?  Motivation is motives.  Motives are the goal.  Therefore, motivation is the analysis of goals and motives for achieving these goals.  That is, we are talking about the forms of goals and their content.  Motivation is the analysis of external declared goals and internal true goals.

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