Created: Tuesday, September 20th, 2022, at 3:06 PM Arizona Time
Author: Mattanaw, Christopher Matthew Cavanaugh
Former Chief Architect, Adobe Systems
Current President/Advisor, Social Architects and Economists International.
A very long list of assumptions have to be eliminated in order to think clearly and arrive at a better system of morality which must have a solid foundation. One would not wish to have one’s life guided by assumptions that were incorrect or plainly false, or superstitious, particularly if those assumptions are utilized again and again. To utilize fictions, false ideas, culturally inherited stupidities, and various other assumptions as part of one’s morality is something this author wishes to avoid as completely as possible.
Here is a growing collection of assumptions which must be eliminated in order to have a life that is more connected and based on truth and not falsity.
The following are assumptions which must be eliminated:
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