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Terms for Understanding

It is difficult to communicate ideas for which there are no words; therefore as human we must select words to convey our meanings. This communication is ephemeral, for time changes both the meanings of our words and the interpretation of our words. It is essential therefore that any philosophy create an understanding of the terms with which it describes itself.1

Church - A philosophic circle of believers, basing their faith on God and truth, from which they may garner the understanding to select a path for living. 1

Dogma - Based on the Greek word dogma (from dokein, to believe, dokei it seems, related to Latin decet, it seems good or fitting). Dogma has come to mean that specific set of practices, laws and beliefs expressed by a religion and the expectation that followers of that religion will obey/follow those practices, laws and beliefs. 1

Dogmatic Empiricism - The realm of the sKeptic. Human experience is not an acceptable proof. Only those proofs garnered through hard science are acceptable. 2

Function Languages - The means of calculation, function coordination, function implementation and display of functions and calculations. 1
- BASIC, COBOL, etc - The language of computer science. 1
- Mathematics - The language of science. 1

God - The collective consciousness of all beings alive and dead, mortal and immortal, imbued in the one mind, scientific in nature from whom all true laws emanate in power, love, and glory; God having always existed, being beyond full understanding, yet being complete in all dimensions as the source, exists at the center of science. 1

Hard Science - The proof system of the dogmatic empiricist. There are specific acceptable proofs. Individuals who claim an intuitive or inexplicible event are either diluded or lying. Their personal experience is not acceptable. 2

Intuition - Knowing without knowing, second sight, second sense. It is this quality that separates the dogmatic empiricism from the Godscience. 2

Nonverbal Languages - The language of the action/being of humankind, expressed using smell, body language, implication, emotion and signals, that are not written or spoken, yet still expressed. 1

Language - The means of communication, including verbal languages, nonverbal languages, function languages and philosophic languages. On occasion, several forms of language may consciously or unconsciously be employed simultaneously. 1

Personal Experience -
- a. acceptable - Mundane experience
- b. unacceptable - Inexplicable experience(oobe etc)

Philosophic Languages - The means through which philosophy is dynamised.
- Action - The language of courage. 1
- Faith - The language of intuition. 1
- Love - The language of sympathy. 1
- Thought - The language of reason. 1

Philosophy - The love of wisdom, by which a human lives. 1

Prayer - a. the request b. the discussion c. the chant (see chapter on prayer)[imprecation, postulation, meditation] 3

Religion - An earth-based, human church whose dogma ties and reties an individual to its tenets. (re - again, lig - tie). 1

RELIGION - A church as recognised by the United States Government. 3

Religions - The languages of Ggod.2

Skeptic - One who looks carefully. 1

sKeptic - A doubter, one for whom no proof will ever be acceptable. CSICOP is an organization of sKeptics who claim to be skeptics. 1

Sympathy - (sym - together, path - feeling) Feeling oneness with another, sharing their joy, pain, success, loss or grief. A form of at-one-ment. Love. 2

Verbal - Using words. 1

Verbal Languages - The word languages of the action/being of humankind, expressed using pictograms, letters, symbols and signs, that are written, spoken, heard, signed, sung, or otherwise expressed. 1


1 9-20-2001 2 9-25-2001 3 10-17-2001