Philosophy Organon

Tsunami One and Tsunami Two




Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/4/2003

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 1104
ISBN : 9781553958574

About the Book

An Organon is an instrument of thought (look that up in your Funk & Wagnall.) These volumes will lead you through a manifold number of concepts and, whether one thinks them valid or not, will nevertheless cause one to ponder the philosophical moral and economic conditions of life in these times. These insights might not be to one's taste, might even positively revolt one but they will be a robust sounding board by which one might project one's own thoughts about the various aspects of life. Such items might be, but not limited to the following:-
First and second most basic questions in all of philosophy.
Nature of knowledge.
Dialectics in the process of cognition.
Philosophic categores plainly set out.
The Estate system of nomenclature and the reason for its elucidation.
State power. How they get it, who wields it, and to what purpose.
The concepts of truth, absolute, objective, subjective, half-truths and lies.
The concept of finding a rigid criterion of truth and how it operates.
Metaphysical whimsical concepts are fully discussed.
Materialist conceptions of history and economics are illustrated.
The kernel of morality and its enveloping rindlucent.
Dual nature of morality and the ethical codes, civil and criminal laws that attempt to, and often do, sway the very kernel of morality.
Moral aspects of life and their tie in with the animals.
Moral aspects of life and their validity on the value-added continuum.
Material production.
Historical aspects of life and their connection to philosophy, morality and economics.
Economic and monetary aspects of life and national bank manipulations.
Some aspects of money through the ages.

About the Author

Robert E. Rushton was born in Kirkland Lake Ontario Canada, where he worked as a young man at various occupations such as mining, farming, and industrial work. His education included intense study in the engineering field, particularly marine engineering. His awards include the highest grade certificate for marine engineer as authorized by a national authority, and thus recognized by all marine jurisdictions in the world as signatories to the UN conventions that pertain to same. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Marine Engineering Science and Technology in the UK (Fellow IMarEST). Professional Engineer Ontario Retired (P.Eng).

Mr. Rushton has had extensive marine and other engineering experience worldwide. His personal studies, together with the distillation of notes of a lifetime of philosophic and economic interpretation, and observations of various peoples of the globe. The forgoing together with studies into the moral implications of the present way of life of 90% of humankind have led to the present volumes.