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Quote:You mean the TCS as talked about over the internet, or TCS as practised in the course of one's life?
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Quote:There is a world of difference between writing and doing.
Quote:The world of internet TCS is an environment that is extremely well suited to being totally critical and rational. In fact, the "rules" about talking about TCS are designed to make it as much that way as possible (everything must be approached as a hypothetical abstract).
Quote:Practising TCS in the real world is a much messier affair.In that world, feelings and intuition, "hearing the song" of what's going on, being creative and the ability to improvise ideas in the moment is much more important than being strictly critical or rational.
Quote: Creating a real common preference in the human and situational tides of the moment requires the use of reason (thus my qualified yes), but it is only one of many skills neccessary.
Quote:When looking back over a situation that occurred and examining it for irrationalities that prevented the finding of a solution, criticism and rationality become one's most useful tools.
Quote:Once rational understanding is found, than all those other skills once again become more useful (how does one improvise in the moment in a way that embraces one's new understanding?).
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Quote:All irrational ideas are not of mystical/spiritual origin,
Quote:nor are all mystical/spiritual ideas irrational.
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Quote:right, anyone can meditate and experience the well being from it, or not I guess, I don't know that it is always an ecstatic sort of experience or anything like that. What would a nonbeliever (nonbeliever of what? I wonder) call this experience? or is mum the word?
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