Like-minded people are people who have come to like-mindedness through dissent. To come to like-mindedness, it is necessary to devalue thought, having learned its diversity. Like-mindedness is a gradient essence and knowledge of the convergence of extremes. It is difficult for extremes obsessed with their own truth to come to a consensus, because they hate any dissent and spend all their strength not on synthesis, but on separation.
The problem with extremes is that they cannot communicate with each other, there is no more communication between them than between Democrats and Republicans. The point of the gradient is to connect the unconnected.
The essence of the syntactic method of cognition is to first agree with knowledge by accepting it. Then follows to deny knowledge by accepting its opposite. Next, it is necessary to combine these two extreme knowledge gradiently into one whole. In the process of creating a gradient, new unique knowledge will be created. The gradient itself is like an electric lightning connecting plus and minus.
One of the most important tasks of Syntalism is the healing of a person from allergies. Allergies are not tolerance. Opposite extremes hate and despise each other. Between these two entities it is necessary to expose a gradient dialectical layer of emptiness. Extremes are matter and antimatter, which do not need to merge too much, but they need each other and are part of the energy system.
The meaning of the book "Variothoughts" - to teach a person to think independently with his head and get rid of the slavery of his ego. Variothoughts contain tens of thousands of ideas that will dilute the ideas that already exist in a person's head. Usually a person has few ideas and this creates a neurotic dichotomous black and white picture of the world. The point is to dilute all this, create a movement of thought and give rise to a gradient color picture of the world, similar to paradise and real life. The point is to replace the black and white dichotomy with color gradient thinking.
Syntalism is an entity of the same kind as the human mind. Syntalism is the boundary between other forms. Transitional gradient boundaries, when one shape gradually turns into another. In fact, syntalism is the boundary between night and day. In the forest of philosophy, syntalism is the emptiness between the trees. Syntalistic algorithms, among other things, allow us to determine the boundaries of still unknown parent forms and child forms.
The nanophilosphy of syntalism is a philosophy of small, simple thoughts. Nanophilosphy is a philosophy of small thoughts that, like children, are simple and, taming their pride, do not pretend to be truth. Every little thought of the nanophilosphy of syntalism is a hypothesis and an assumption. Syntalism is a philosophy of hypotheses that limits the concepts of truth and falsehood. Big thoughts give rise to big black-and-white judgments of dichotomous thinking that claim universality or delusional super-worth. Small thoughts do not argue with each other, which leads them to color gradient thinking. Dichotomous thinking creates conflict and tension. Gradient thinking is easy and serene.
Imagy is a self-taught gradient thinking based on the principles of nanophilosphy, which are the opposite of the principles of dichotomous black-and-white thinking. Gradient thinking is flexibility, movement and serenity, generating unity and integrity of consciousness. Dichotomous thinking generates a split of consciousness and an internal neurotic conflict that a person projects into the real world.