THE NOVA SOCIETY EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS

Nova Town Advanced Education

 

NT colloquium

The unavoidable Laws of Nature: FLUX and LIMITATIONS

The Nature’s Mechanism of human mind

Revising and re-evaluating existing knowlege and man-made systems under the powers of unavoidable Flux and Limitations

Perceptions of Mathematical symbols, constructions, human Logic and man-made systems

Perceptions of Language – realizing how drastically different and limited human language is compared to highly interactive nature’s languages

Perceptions of human consciousness and its theater of unique reality of appearances

Perceptions of life, nature and human civilization

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What kind of basic knowledge shall we offer to the young students from now on? Shall we continue to train young minds to serve our existing failing social, economic, educational and political systems, supporting our recycling conventional mentality and bad habits, or shall we bring some inspirational ideas suggesting re-thinking our very existence in whole?

Shall our new schools become greenhouses for growing talents and originality, planting meaningful ideas for thoughts,  new ethics, and even wisdom that would lead us toward truly inspirational existence on this planet?

Shall we introduce every young person to the idea that he/she is not born into this world to be a unit in human society, a tiny segment of the crowd, but to grow up into  a responsible, learning and unique denizen of the globe?

Moreover, we still have to somehow comprehend that our artificially “created” and structured society is not the world.

“Because we act for conscious ends , we suppose that all processes have such ends in view; and because we are human we suppose that all events lead up to Man and are designed to subserve his needs. But this is an anthropocentric delusion, like so much of our thinking.

The root of the greatest errors in philosophy lies in projecting our human purposes, criteria, and preferences into the objective universe.

Good and bad are relative to human and often individual tastes and ends, and have no validity for a universe in which individuals are ephemera. Whenever then anything in nature seems to us ridiculous, absurd, or evil, it is because we have but a partial knowledge of things, and in the main are ignorant of the order and coherence of nature as a whole, and because we want everything to be arranged according to the dictates of our own reason; although, in fact, what our reason pronounces bad is not bad as regards the order and laws of universal nature , but only as regards the laws of our own nature taken separately…

Bad and good are prejudices which the eternal reality cannot recognize…and as with good and bad, so with the ugly and the beautiful ; these too are subjective and personal terms which, flung at the universe, will be returned to the sender unhonored…

I would warn you that I do not attribute to nature either beauty or deformity. Only in relation to our imagination can things be called beautiful or ugly, well-ordered or confused.”

Baruch Spinoza 1632 –1677

 

 

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