Jan Cox Talk 0669

Revolutionary Info Never Has Home Field Advantage

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#669 * Jul 4, 1990 * – 1:06 
Notes by TK

Kyroot to :07. All popular ideas must appeal to hometown sentiments; all “out-of-town” info is faux and foe. The ordinary intellect depends on hometown info but also requires the out-of-town for comparison in order to operate (to conquer). It is expected that the intellect is evolving toward sophistication, toward the elimination of the need for opposing info/belief.

E.g., the goal of science is the formulation of perfect, indubitable knowledge. Revolutionary info has no hometown, home team and therefore no home field advantage, i.e., it cannot elicit any advantage over ordinary knowledge. Revolutionary info cannot triumph over ignorance because it never engages it in battle; does not even enter the battle arena. A hometown locale is irrelevant to Revolutionary investigation. Ordinary intellect cannot seek to absorb opposing info (new ideas). It must seek to vanquish it, to push it into the abyss of non-being, so as to clear the field for the new opposing info to access it.

Parallel of the Secondary Level World need to convert Primary Level World process into thing-specifics, to establish boundaries setting the stage for opposition. The ultimate boundary: each person’s sense of individuality, the separation of ā€˜Iā€™ from Not-I.