I like Eric Bernes Games People Play. He refers to games as having three degrees. I think one is named Rapo and involves a game where a woman flirts with a man and then blows him off. First degree…Read More
Here are a list of major meta-programs from Dr. John Lilly's Programming and Meta-Programming the Human Biocomputer (now condensed to Programming the Human Biocomputer). I believe Programs and…Read More
"Perfection is changeless and therefore beyond movement through time and space. The essence of time is movement through space. Perfection is changeless and knows not time or space.
Yes, perfection can be seen as an equilibrium - as in an…"
"Wikipedia says Spinoza, "contends that "Deus sive Natura" ("God or Nature") is a being of infinitely many attributes, of which thought and extension are two. His account of the nature of reality, then, seems to treat…"
I think it is reasonable for people to perceive God as that than which nothing greater can exist. The greatest idea(s) one can conceive of and live by would be ones concept of God.
Over time, I have worked with other, less…"
"Metatron, my attempt here was to follow Descartes in an attempt to find the unquestioned bedrock of my beliefs--which is different than an unquestionable bedrock. So, yes, I think there are pre-requisite belief modules. But they are…"
"jlong7, I really appreciate your contribution. I'm kinda on the go right now but will give this a fuller read but I wish more of us would be wiling to put it on the line. I like the way you've laid this out. Did it come…"
"An interesting series of belief modules. A question I would ask is what are the prerequisite belief modules leading to the ones you have listed here. Do your god belief modules have an underlying belief module for themselves? The…"
"I tend to think of God as falling within the third category, as an idea. I often refer to God as a definition. We can choose to label something that exists as God. My favorite definition is St. Anselm's with a slight…"
Apr 22, 2012
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I can't chat much about it at the moment, but to answer your question: we had been looking for a programmer for quite a while to work on the Belief Genome project. Well we found one! And I'm currently paying him with my own savings. He says I should be able to see a draft version of it tomorrow. :)
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