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Friday, March 21, 2014

The Way Capitalism Works Microsoft Kills Jobs and People

"Devices should work for you like a slave. You should not work for a device period."


Just like this type setting page Microsoft should appreciate a good punitive law suit it will keep them in business and go where they never dream they could go!

The Way Capitalism works – The Word ‘Love’ ~ ‘Hate’ [anti-hate actually we have to say the middle road or better yet “There is no power greater than the power of love” the way capitalism really works or will never work that is why it works in America]

But they will never know. Why? Because I Love you that is what guru’s do

What always comes to mind is an old twilight zone movie the setting is in the future and a 16 year old must take an aptitude test to place in a completing electronically control world. The scene opens the kid has taken the test and the parents are watching a future type hologram TV for the test results. Their conversation is just any student waiting for the test results for the child with high anxiety what if the make him a garbage collector or worse etc.. etc… then a sound and visual come to TV with results and the voice says Henrys test score are some highest we have ever seen. The kid smiles from ear to ear as the parents break down and cry as the voice explains that he is threat to the system because he so intelligent………………. And give him his death sentence by lethal injection!

End of the twilight zone story my story will live forever
Still No Response From Authorities Excluding Application That Kills Jobs and People!

Confucius say, “Ren by way of li” leads to immortality, the nature of self in others………… O’Dell This page I just open now was taken down because some program targeted my pages labeled “Eight pages of hate” it was a programmer that worked or works for Texas Governor Rick Perry.


Me, what makes Me Me: 

The Nature of Self?



Indo-Aryan intrusions over the steppe into ancient Babylonia around the third millennia B.C., marks a significant shift from animism, the adoration of nature, to religious patterns spirited by competing views of nature and causality.



Philosophical debate is rooted in the earliest known textual expressions of the Rig-Veda and the emergence of the adoration of nature unfolded to a reverence of Brahmin, the nature of universal self (Indian xviii).

The Vedic Period gave way to several different ideologies such as Buddhism, Jainism, Savism, and Vaisnavism. Many believe this shift from traditional Hinduism was based on opposing claims of causality; identity- the nature of self. The debate of identity and non-identity theorems is evident throughout the Upanishads and historically remembered as the life of Gautama the Buddha. Still at a much later date, a third position of ethnicity termed ‘Ren’, self as community, developed from the teachings of Confucius which complemented Buddhism and Daoism.

The latter Vedic Period of 300 BC to 600 B.C. is dominated by two philosophical views; the traditional Brahmin which deals with the embodiment of the unconditional self, and applied science, the birth of logic. The Upanishads 
migrates from the idea of a superior ruler of many gods to monism, a unified whole or universal self-termed ‘Atman’.


Logic developed from competing theories of physical proofs accredited to K [“The birth of logic” (O’Dell).]

Kupperman explains that the Buddhist philosophy sees the world as a “swirl of fragments, linked by causal relation and by other associations (p 22).”

Causality for the Buddhist is a set of 
conditions such as striking a match

Causality for the Buddhist is a set of conditions such as striking a match must have the conditions for striking and lighting the match; an action requires conditions to act. In other words, the picture of things is lighting up of a particular combination of immutable atoms (Buddhist Tradition).

The term ‘anatman’ refers to the Buddhist rejection of the traditional Hindu view, “Atman is Brahmin” the main theme of the Upanishads. “The Dhammapada” a Buddhist text, rejects “Atman” and the notion of a “real self” (Kupperman p 22).

Although both Hinduism and Buddhism show contempt to egoism and individualism, nether denies the ego-self or a first person view of the world. Joel Kupperman explains, “The Dhammada” metaphysics is opposite to that of Hindu philosophy. The ego-self does not exist in the absolute sense; not some permanent thing. And second, the self is just a name in the absolute sense, a convenient designation, in other words, the term ‘self” is the name designated as psychotically physical complex that exist in the absolute sense at the same time.

The Vedic tradition is revived by Samkara a thousand years later (788-820? A.D.) The Vedanta sutra chief commentators are Samkara, Ramanuja, and Mafdhva. Samkara expresses in his introduction of the Vendanta Sutra an identity claim of undifferentiated consciousness unaffected by death of the physical body. Samkara supports that reality self (Atman) is existence, knowledge and bliss universal and infinite (O’Dell).

Conversely, non-absolute identity between Brahman and the individual self- an identity claim, the nature of self and it’s relation to the absolute. Gregg Singlar explains, “Samkara repudiates the subjectivism of the Yogacaras (Buddhist idealists). He also holds that the world is non-existent. Our ignorance is born of a confusion of the transcendental subject (Atman) with empirical existence (anatman pg 507).”

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Nevertheless, self-preservation takes precedence over any other human activity; few philosophers would defend their lives with an abstract theory especially when we consider what is really me, what makes me me- the nature of self. 

Thomas Hobbs’s would argue for freedom, an unrestrained will such as the unbridled impulse that drove the Indo-Aryans over the steppe bringing havoc to the biblical frontiers of the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers. Conversely, 
a third concept of identity blossomed in the Far East from the teachings of Confucius, a concept of self-interest best served by serving others- the nature of self (Ren) as community (li).


Confucius seems to think we should be concerned with what is personally satisfying because a satisfying life is living in a society or group (Ren) by way of ritual (Li). Social relations are crucial with Confucius’s ethical methodology. Confucius rejected the idea of morality as a set of rules or imperatives; if ethics is Ren by way of Li, then he cannot make a judgment on another person’s behavior or say it is morally wrong to live in a certain way.



Both ren and li are essential to Confucius ethical methodology; ‘Ren’ or custom. Confucius would say, ren is not easy, ren is not far away, all you have to do is desire ren (another person) be it a society or interpersonal relationship. Confucianism can be argued as an identity claim in the absolute sense here now. Causality for Confucius is an ethical concern that leads to immortality- the nature of self in others (O’Dell)!

12/11/2007 G N O'Dell



Confucius seems to think we should be concerned with what is personally satisfying because a satisfying life is living in a society or group (Ren) by way of ritual (Li). Social relations are crucial with Confucius’s ethical methodology. Confucius rejected the idea of morality as a set of rules or imperatives; if ethics is Ren by way of Li, then he cannot make a judgment on another person’s behavior or say it is morally wrong to live in a certain way.



Both ren and li are essential to Confucius ethical methodology; ‘Ren’ or custom. Confucius would say, ren is not easy, ren is not far away, all you have to do is desire ren (another person) be it a society or interpersonal relationship. Confucianism can be argued as an identity claim in the absolute sense here now. Causality for Confucius is an ethical concern that leads to immortality- the nature of self in others (O’Dell)!

12/11/2007 G N O'Dell



Works Cited

Works Cited
The vaiseskika sutra adopts the atomic principle of immutable atoms. The vaiseskika atomic view called padarthas is
a six fold classification of objects of experience: substance, quality (attribute), activity, generality, particularity, and
inherence (p386 Kupperman). The contemporary Nyaya system of logic may be based on the vaiseskika ideology which and
activity posses real objective existence.

O'Dell, Gregory N. "Me, What Makes Me Me The Nature Of Self." Linearism.Org Advocacy For Human Rights. 15 Oct. 2008. Web. 06
Feb. 2010. <http://www.linearism.org/EssayTheNatureOfSelf.html>.

Cite This Page

Radhakrishnan and Moore, A Sourcebook in Indian Philosophy, Princeton University Kupperman, Joel Classic Asian Philosophy, Oxford U. Press, 2001

O’Dell, Gregory N. Anatomy of the Human Grey Body, Booksurge, Raleigh North Carolina 2007

Kupperman missing 


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