posted on Jun, 28 2016 @ 04:03 PM
a reply to: Noinden
Some edits for clarity then:
human philosophy (of the type)...
as discussed here (or as the term "human philosophy" is used in these comments in contrast with another option or method, see comment 6 below):
comment 2 specifically (under the link and that definition for Philosophy, halfway in the comment), but the term "human philosophy" is also used in
comment 1. The contrasting option is discussed in all comments but specifically comment 3, 4 and 5 (and perhaps a bit of my previous comment in the
thread of comment 3 that I didn't link).
As I indicated, my lost comment spelled it out better and where to find what I wanted to point towards in comment 2 (and the other comments).
Some remaining pieces:
(starting at "Now on to the next subject..." and especially
what comes after "I have found the following method to be of extremely good use to me...").
Btw, I didn't miss what you mentioned, I just didn't discuss it in my initial comment in this thread. But if you insist the commentaries I've linked
in my 2nd comment as well as now contain plenty of commentary about that subject. Here's some more:
The video in comment 9 may give a clue why I'm reluctant to go into detail about it again and am just linking my previous commentary about it. Also as
a reminder for everyone who might state things as if they are factual/true/correct or as if they have an extensive knowledge on the subject (such as a
particular reality/fact/truth/certainty), while their actual intention is to do something else (for example when they hold more agnostic views on the
subject in question, or believe it to be unclear or uncertain/inconclusive/vague, which are antonyms for
factual/conclusive/true/absolute/certain/correct, without error):
Note the usage of the term "established facts" in the quotation from the Encyclopædia Britannica in comment 6 and the word "verified" on the page
Factual Synonyms, Factual Antonyms | Thesaurus.com:
edit on 28-6-2016 by whereislogic
because: (no reason given)