Friday, November 14, 2014

Thoughts: What is The Beauty...?

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18:24 EST

What is Beauty...?

The first thing we have to ask is why am I asking this question...? If finding the answer does not lead to a practical application, then it's all just philosophy... we're wasting our time. This makes me wonder, why in the world would the early philosophers seek to define it if the answers to the question were only meant to be pondered...? What does defining 'Beauty' help us accomplish...? If nothing else, then a more solid view of a person's schema for the world around him.

The answer I have can be used in movie or books as a theme, but also it has application in various technology. I can see it stemming into probably at least two other ideas.

In this definition, 'Beauty' is called, 'The Beauty' (because that sounds cooler...!).

The Beauty is like a process with disregard to time. Meaning, the timing of the parts of the process are illegitimate compared to the parts themselves. If all the parts are evident, then The Beauty takes place. When explaining the parts, I explain them in a nominative-timely matter because this is the popular way to disseminate information.

The main part of The Beauty that must take place is Death. We are not concerned with the timing of the death, but moreover that the death has taken place, is taking place, or will take place. In this theory, Death is all three of those events, in one.

The Beauty is conditionable. Because of this, one person's beauty might be repugnant to another person and to the same person himself, beauty can change over time. The conditions for The Beauty to take place involve conditioning a person to seek after that which has, is, and will die. This is done by associating survival with materialism during the conditioning process. The person that knows the death has, is, and will occur seeks a materialistic item to counter the biological processes that are a sub-product of conditioned survival. Hence, the human is a machine, a mechanism that could have an enumerable amount of 'ins', or inputs, and 'outs', or outputs. Mastery of that mechanism, or the knowledge that requires it, is a side note.

Do you find what you seek...? In this theory, The Beauty is always sought after before it is found. It is never found on accident. If it is, then it is not The Beauty. The person's mind is conditioned to subconsciously, or subliminal to himself, seek after The Beauty until he finds it. The Beauty is 'uptaked' via the senses. That is the primary way to condition a person to seek The Beauty, in other words, to know The Beauty.

When survival must need another part to fill in the blanks, when there is nothing else accountable except the quest for The Beauty, then The Beauty must be sought and found in materialism, but in the person's mind, The Beauty is already found, and it is already defined and is concrete, subconsciously. Thus materialism is only a mirroring of what already is. The idea takes precedence before manifestation.

Moreover, The Beauty is death that transcends time, allowing a person to not take his senses for granted, possibly 'longing' for this experience.

Based on the above, if a person was already programmed, or conditioned, to find The Beauty, then knowing the future would be as simple as knowing what The Beauty is in the first place. The qualifiers or properties of The Beauty might seem to be abstract but putting them together would create a solid understanding of what a person seeks, has found and what will manifest in his material sphere of influence. Ultimately, this leads us to understand that whatever the person has around him in this moment, is the result of a preconceived idea.

Obviously there are different types of technologies, hermetic or otherwise related to digital manipulation, that revolve around this, but I will go into it no further.

Just my thoughts,


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