CONTEMPORARY PHILOSOPHY OF THE OVERSELF INTUITION
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is a developement on the case study for PAUL BRUNTON as a INTUITIVE JOURNALIST and INVENTOR of MEDITATION as the intuitive space of the meditative calm as a approach to the type of awareness between RIGHT and WRONG as relates to the emotiove motivations of the total approach used will basically respond on the intuitive vectorisations in a maintained state of awareness in the motivations of approach to a basic lim x = the MEDIATIVE MEDIA PHILOSOPHY by relations of a REAL awareness of the universe and the basics of awareness of the life force that shares the approach to a reality of all life having some basic biological basis of awareness
of the awareness of approachance of the calm state attained in the basics to hold on to the approach values and to use basic meditation to extend the experience as a part of the projectives wanted or needed for the durational extensions of a feel RIGHT in the MEDITATIVE state of awareness.
the intuition of a MEDIA format is then a TRUE OR FALSE basis
IT IS NOT a compond theory of all the types of right and wrong or all the true or false values
INTUITION TELLS YOU that the values are RIGHT &/or Wrong
as such the approach on the experience is a minimalisation of WRONG vectors and a opt for sustained RIGHT vectorisations in the MIND SET as cognitive.
.from the English language and its translations the total amount of right or wrong vactors are about 6 in value
meaning that the accertion of only the basic right or wrong approaches to a set cognition of the basic function of meditation as ENGLISH defines the most basic discretion of knowing that a computation in MEDIA works by prolongation of the meditation awareness by the basic LINK OF ENGLISH TO EUROPEAN HISTORY and as such maintains the Right or wrong to define the SHERLOCK HOLMES theory that deductivity is used in MEDITATION as well as the MEDITATIVE instance of such developements = DEDUCTION in its developement though the case might be a work of JOURNALISM that you are part of has some deductive data that is not declared as the case for a hoinest repporting , not the fault of the JOURNALIST but of the intents of the area of MEDIA COVERAGE
.the greter the value of the whole EARTH as unified by MEDIA cannot be violated by MEDIATATIVE intent on a basis of minimal repporting or the minimal area of JOURNALISM on the basis of any repport subject controll of the way in which the media reaches the media.
the respective values for the meditations with living objects or the basis of repporting on the sciences of biology and technology will basically be the same as relates to the MEDIATIVE formats of the representations of their intelligence as resultance towards the same whole EARTH format as the sphericality of any inclusions of a mEDIA article.
.the basics of the KANTEAN view as a uncertainty is the basis of any 3 set vector equations that define the interactions of sustained responses on the basis of deductability by the surface values of the related to forms or dimensional values
As such the basis of the approach of x = the basis of the minimal level of alterability in the type of surface responses active in the data of the minimalisations of vector lengths by the usage of the observational type relative positioning
this will basically define the values as related to the MEDIA or A.I where the eye can choose the article to be read
This defines the law of cognitive sustainement of the external level on a ARTICE of MEDIA as supported by the usage of a article based on the cognition type REPPORT watched in LIVE coverage as being a motivation of the end value = A.I optical controll
and as such the SEARCH by A.I optical controll would locate the visual apparatus problem to read about it or to watch a live broadcast of the data as a optional type where the visual data could alter the basis by external means of the sustainement of a point where the cognition has to develop A.I sense..
Basically all the related to values of the type of approach used is defined as sustained or prolonged awareness of the Artificial Intelligence in the basics of types 1,2,3
and their related to occilations as the MEDIA ARTICLE inclusive type motivator which will guide you through the rest of the sequencings..
this basis prooves that as a format for cognition it has no PARA A.I values
A robot is just as real as its performance set functions and the biological basis is a continuiim for the sustainements of the work done by A.I systems as their basic reference work into type 3 relations with basic higher cognitive functions where the basic MEDIA value is higher and as such will continue to work on the basis that a A:I cannot switch off the brains functions by being responsively wired back into A.I controll situations
the theory that the surface of a article would alter the sectional distance between articles as mini article formats on a larger scale defines the basic relative values of the basis in which the seperations are vector values that define the spacial A.I on the basis of the surface value vectors to the eye in A.I cognition motion to select a article by the basis of variance in height of the surface on a minimal scale so that the effective DIAGRAMMATICS of A.I media coverage would basically = the prime reasons for the seperations into 3D parameters on the surface by the LAWS of minimalised surface relations of the angle towards the eye in motion
it will not compile into any 3 basis type VOLUME of data on the robotic PARA A.I data for itself and neither in the eye visual A.I of areas or surface areas in variance of divisive sections:
a intelligent robot
of the maintainement of the
Paul Brunton (October 21, 1898 – July 27, 1981) was probably born as Hermann Hirsch of German Jewish origin. Later he changed his name to Raphael Hurst, and then Brunton Paul and finally Paul Brunton. He was a British philosopher, mystic, traveler, and guru. He left a journalistic career to live among yogis, mystics, and holy men, and studied Eastern and Western esoteric teachings. Dedicating his life to an inward and spiritual quest, Brunton felt charged to communicate his experiences about what he learnt in the East to others. His works had a major influence on the spread of Eastern yoga and mysticism to the West. Taking pains to express his thoughts in layperson’s terms, Brunton was able to present what he learnt from the Orient and from ancient tradition as a living wisdom. His writings express his view that meditation and the inward quest are not exclusively for monks and hermits, but will also support those living normal, active lives in the Western world.
Intuition is a priori knowledge or experiential belief characterized by its immediacy. Beyond this, the nature of intuition is debated. Roughly speaking, there are two main views. They are:
Intuitions are a priori. This view holds that distinctions are to be made between various sorts of intuition, roughly corresponding to their subject matter (see George Bealer). The only intuitions that are relevant in analytic philosophy are ‘rational’ intuitions. These are intellectual seemings that something is necessarily the case. They are directed exclusively towards statements that make some kind of necessity claim. For example, a rational intuition is what occurs when it seems to us that a mathematical statement (e.g. 2+2=4) must be true. Intuitions as this view characterizes them are to be distinguished from beliefs, since we can hold beliefs which are not intuitive, or have intuitions for propositions that we know to be false.
Intuitions are a species of belief, and based ultimately in experience. This view holds that intuitions are not especially different from beliefs, although they appear subjectively to be more unrevisable than other beliefs. Unlike the previous view, these intuitions are liable to differ between social groups. Evidence for this is shown in various psychological studies (e.g. the one by Stich, Weinburg and Nichols)
In the philosophy of Immanuel Kant, pure intuition is one of the basic cognitive faculties, equivalent to what might loosely be called perception. Kant held that our mind casts all of our external intuitions in the form of space, and all of our internal intuitions (memory, thought) in the form of time.
Intuitionism is a position advanced by Luitzen Egbertus Jan Brouwer in philosophy of mathematics derived from Kant’s claim that all mathematical knowledge is knowledge of the pure forms of the intuition – that is, intuition that is not empirical (Prolegomena, p.7). Intuitionistic logic was devised by Arend Heyting to accommodate this position (and has been adopted by other forms of constructivism in general). It is characterized by rejecting the law of excluded middle: as a consequence it does not in general accept rules such as double negation elimination and the use of reductio ad absurdum to prove the existence of something.
In analytic philosophy
In contemporary analytic philosophy, appeals to our intuitions are an important method for testing claims. A characteristic example is the post-Gettier literature concerning the analysis of knowledge. A philosopher proposes a definition of knowledge, such as the justified true belief account. Another philosopher constructs a hypothetical case where our inclination is to judge that the definition is met but the subject lacks knowledge or vice versa. Typically, this leads to the rejection of that account, though Brian Weatherson has noted that the weight placed on intuitions varies between different subfields.
Intuitions are customarily appealed to independently of any particular theory of how intuitions provide evidence for claims, and there are divergent accounts of what sort of mental state intuitions are, ranging from mere spontaneous judgment to a special presentation of a necessary truth. However, in recent years a number of philosophers, especially George Bealer have tried to defend appeals to intuition against Quinean doubts about conceptual analysis. A different challenge to appeals to intuition has recently come from experimental philosophers, who argue that appeals to intuition must be informed by the methods of social science.