A Solipsism of Intuition (2)-Final

The Solipsism of Intuition does not perceive other people to have intuitions. Intuitions can contradict, and when one no longer perceives intuitions of others, one still can consider them as thoughts with an aura of active and substantial thinking. And not always consider it is not thinking right or misjudging it not to be a thinking situation of the other.

When intuitions are correct, thinking becomes an infinite relativism, an evolution with endless minor creative adjustments. It does expect a revolution, but it sees it as inevitable when it occurs. Morally believing in sudden changes of ways of life and not critically thinking or anticipating changes.

The simple, realistic intuitions are the positive ones. Modern man believes his intuitions are more complex in meaning but also easy to find. Ideas about ethics and morals are accepted open-minded without really accepting to morally better or change them. Moral understanding or agreement is essential, and the notion that one can morally disengage in a situation is missing. Sophisticated cognitive intuitions may, in their intellectualism, even believe morals to be essential for the lower classes but not for oneself anymore. Then one becomes selective and counter-intuitive in the willingness to think for or about others.

God is Love, and the ontological belief in his existence is not a belief in a complex God anymore. Epistemology of Intuition or a pinpoint at intuitions and philosophy about identity in thinking, prevents the irreversible Solipsism of modern Intuition. The correct spiritual stand is that God reaches out to humankind through Intuition. The relationship between conscience and Intuition is that conscience judges according to Intuition. The Intuition – God speaks to man by Intuition. Intuitive knowledge is that revelation of knowledge from God; Mark 2:8, 1 Cor. 2:11. Sometimes Philosophy and Religion agree.

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