The Mathematical Mechanics Of Philosophy (?)

Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by Ankit, Oct 3, 2001.

  1. Ankit The Angel Registered Senior Member

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    Being an arrogant bastard, I must say that mathematics can solve a lot:

    (to Bebelina)

    I almost agree with your thesis, maybe you could say:

    free thought = free will, then "heart + free thought = destiny".
    But what if "free thought = free will + intelligence ", or
    " destiny = heart + free will + intelligence", assuming we have any of those.

    Then, intelligence = talent/limitation, so destiny=

    "heart + free will/thought + talent/limitation". But what is "heart"?

    Heart (the most complex, philosophically, biologically and psychologically), surely = courage + mental strength + composure all over fear?

    Therefore, destiny = courage + mental strength + composure all over fear + free will(or thought) + talent/limitation.

    There we have it, we can calculate someone's destiny (!) using my intrinsic model...although I am kind of hoping not (by assigning values to all).


    Thank you.

    P.S. Somebody's probably going to post a reply saying: "Ankit, you're right...you ARE an arrogant bastard."
     
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  3. Stryder Keeper of "good" ideas. Valued Senior Member

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    Well I wasn't Ankit

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    Actually I was just going to add some philosophical sums also:

    Christianty / other religions = Athiest

    (freewill + Pre-determined) / quantum computers = Lifes direction

    My favourite from Aristotle:

    Lover1 + Lover2 = Half souls X 2 = True love

    (The quote was something "For true love to exists, it takes two half souls, to make a full soul." Aristotle was a great believer that people had only a half soul, so the only time that you truly felt like you had a whole soul was when you fall in love with someone, and you feel as if you have found your soul mate)

    Combustion Engines X Populous = Pollution + Destruction + (Populous - Lungs)

    half Full + half empty =Somebody well balanced.

    ((plates x Mugs) X cutlery) + (yesterdays washing up X 4 weeks) = students sink

    Neutral + Live - Earth + water = Frazzled

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  5. KalvinB Publicity Whore Registered Senior Member

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    I don't think you've nailed all the variables. Namely that one person's destiny rides on the actions of many others.

    Ben
     
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