Getting to the Truth of Life: Nectar of Plausibility or Balm of Criticism

Warren Kinston 5. April 2012 08:00

Truth of Life

There is a saying: They beat you and they beat you and they don't even let you cry.  But why do they beat you?  One reason might be to get you to see the truth.  Picking up the truth of life is referred to as «the school of hard knocks».  

You know that our psyche is assimilated to our body … so all psychological qualities are actually physical qualities.  A person is hard, warm, brittle, bouncy, deep, &c.  In a similar way, psychologically, a truth that affects your self-esteem is experienced as a blow. 

This little story is by way of an introduction and an admission that, unlike many, I am not a perfect person.  When I described my experience of reviewing my wonderful insights as shock-horror! in that recent blog, I was not 100% honest. More...


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What’s in a Name? Help Wanted.

Warren Kinston 8. February 2012 10:52

I am currently struggling to get a phrase right.  Well, not exactly a phrase—a name.

Can you help me?  I hope so.  Let me put you in the picture.

The heart of the Taxonomy is identifying something and then giving it a really good name, so that everyone can immediately recognize what is being referred to.  The goals are: precision (i.e. exactness), resonance (i.e. generates the right vibes) and differentiation (i.e. discriminates from related, similar things).  Of course, in the process of identifying anything, I have to use words to describe what I am focusing on.  These are usually imperfect names, More...


Compression is wonderful—welcome to AGI: Artificial General Intelligence

Warren Kinston 2. February 2012 16:41

AGI Compression

THEE is its own compact world.  Many webpages in TOP are equivalent to a book.  Sometimes a paragraph, occasionally even a sentence or two, summarize a whole textbook containing elaborate explanations and vast amounts of evidence.  But, for me, a sentence or two is all that is required because the matter is so simple and so obvious—and so important.  So very important and, as it is a sentence, so memorable.

The compression of knowledge in THEE is enormous.  For those used to scanning—which I am told is the whole Millennial generation—TOP webpages must be the essence of frustration.  Perhaps the solution, for them, is to More...


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Warren Kinston is the creator of the THEE-Online website as an open forum for the further discovery and development of THEE. He writes this blog as an escape valve for the excitement and frustrations of the work. More info here.

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