WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – WHOLE PERSPECTIVISM


WHOLEDUDE – WHOLEDESIGNER – WHOLE PERSPECTIVISM:

WholeDude - WholeDesigner - Whole Perspectivism: Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche(1844 to 1900), German philosopher who shaped the history of 20th-century philosophy, theology, and psychology. He is considered to be the most influential philosophers who ever lived.
WholeDude – WholeDesigner – Whole Perspectivism: Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche(1844 to 1900), German philosopher who shaped the history of 20th-century philosophy, theology, and psychology. He is considered to be the most influential philosophers who ever lived.

Nietzsche is considered to be the most influential philosophers who ever lived. He is considered to be German language’s most brilliant prose writer. In the words of Sigmund Freud, “Nietzsche had a more penetrating understanding of himself than any man who ever lived or was ever likely to live.”  Apart from his critiques of traditional religion, philosophy, and morality, Nietzsche shared a concept called ‘Perspectivism’. The word ‘perspective’ is stated as the relationship or proportion of the parts of a ‘Whole’, regarded from a particular standpoint or point in time. It describes a specific point of view in understanding or judging things or events, especially one that shows them in their true relationship to one another. Perspective requires the ability to see things in a true relationship. John Godfrey Saxe(1816-1887) provides a perspective in his famous poem “Indian Legend.”

WholeDude - WholeDesigner - Whole Perspectivism: John Godfrey Saxe in his famous poem 'Indian Legend' provides a perspective on human limitations to acquire knowledge by direct observation. It would be like that of Six Blind Men examining the Reality called Elephant using the powers of their direct observation. Each person comes to his own conclusion about the nature of Reality.
WholeDude – WholeDesigner – Whole Perspectivism: John Godfrey Saxe in his famous poem ‘Indian Legend’ provides a perspective on human limitations to acquire knowledge by direct observation. It would be like that of Six Blind Men examining the Reality called Elephant using the powers of their direct observation. Each person comes to his own conclusion about the nature of Reality.

John Godfrey Saxe describes the problem of knowing the reality using the human powers of observation and compares it to the conclusions arrived by the Six Blind Men who had examined a huge Elephant:

“It was six men of Indostan

To learning much inclined,

Who went to see the Elephant

(Though all of them were blind).

That each by observation

Might satisfy his mind.”

WholeDude - WholeDesigner - Whole Perspectivism: What is Reality? What is Illusion? What is your Perspective? In my opinion, my view, or perspective is preceded by the fact of my physical existence on the surface of planet Earth. My perspective may have to always include the reality of my relationship with planet Earth. I am blissfully unaware of the Speed of Earth's Motion. My intellectual awareness of Earth's Motion cannot overcome the Power of Illusion caused by the Fundamental Force known as Gravitation.
WholeDude – WholeDesigner – Whole Perspectivism: What is Reality? What is Illusion? What is your Perspective? In my opinion, my view, or perspective is preceded by the fact of my physical existence on the surface of planet Earth. My perspective may have to always include the reality of my relationship with planet Earth. I am blissfully unaware of the Speed of Earth’s Motion. My intellectual awareness of Earth’s Motion cannot overcome the Power of Illusion caused by the Fundamental Force known as Gravitation.

Perspectivism is a concept which holds that knowledge is always perspectival, or knowledge demands perception of a range of information, facts, or experience. Nietzsche claims that there are no immaculate perceptions. Nietzsche will not be able to make a similar claim about the impossibility of certain kinds of perception. It may be suggested that in the “Immaculate Perception” of the Whole Designer, man exists not because of his perception of reality but with the assistance of Illusionary Experience.  In Nietzsche’s opinion, knowledge from no point of view is as incoherent a notion as seeing from no particular vantage point. Nietzsche’s Perspectivism denies the possibility of an all-inclusive perspective which could contain all others. Particularly, there can be no all-inclusive perspective on reality that could make reality available as it is in itself. Nietzsche further explains his Perspectivism and concludes that the concept of such an all-inclusive perspective is as incoherent as the concept of seeing an object from every possible vantage point simultaneously. Man cannot avoid the issue of the problems of perspective and man has to reconcile with the problem caused by the absence of an all-inclusive perspective about the nature of Truth and Reality. I approach the problem of human perspective from a different direction. Firstly, man’s ability called perception is always preceded by the fact of man’s existence. There is no existence without the influence called Illusion that blocks aspects of man’s perception of reality. The fundamental basis of human existence on the surface of planet Earth is conditioned by the experience called Illusion which defends existence from the danger of reality and the consequences of experiencing the reality of Earth and the universe in which man exists. In my opinion, it will be possible to formulate an “all-inclusive” perspective about Illusion even while human beings have a problem to share an “all-inclusive” perspective on Truth and Reality. I am using the term “Whole Perspectivism” to describe an all-inclusive perspective about the ‘Whole’ human existence  that demands both Illusion and Reality.

http://Bhavanajagat.com/2011/04/07/Science-Rational-and-Irrational-Belief-The-Experience-of-Reality-and-Ultimate-Reality/

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