CRITICAL THINKING: Discernment Detachment Delineation

CRITICAL THINKING: Discernment Detachment Delineation   Clear thinking takes the ability, to as much as possible, striving to have discernment of and detachment from ideas and and then in a relatively removed as in not sacralized to where it gets no free pass from rigorous delineation to discern truth from its justification, quality and value. learns that distinctions or at least the careful architecture for detailed thought that adds in accuracy.   *Discernment is a valued part in critical thinking and is the ability to obtain sharp perceptions or to judge well (or the activity of so doing). In the case of judgment, discernment can be psychological or moral in nature. Within judgment, discernment involves going past the mere perception of something and making nuanced judgments about its properties or qualities. Discernment is considered as a virtue, as a discerning individual is considered to possess wisdom, and be of good judgement; especially so with regard to subject matter often overlooked by others. Ref    *Detachment is a valued part in critical thinking seen in how a willing reasoned and disciplined thinking in general requires some underlying, central theory of reasoned argument criticism with goals that stress a connection to empathy, which in this arena of thinking is the ability to constructively understand the other side’s point of view, and a critical detachment, which in this arena of thinking is the ability to detect bias, and thereby to avoid being too heavily partisan to attain a balanced perspective in or of an argument. Moreover, detachment in this arena of thinking is the ability the basic ability required is related to...

27,000 – 23,000 Years Ago – Dolni Vestonice (Czech Republic) triple ritual burial

27,000 – 23,000 Years Ago – Dolni Vestonice (Czech Republic), found a triple ritual burial that contains two males posed to either side of a female who had a pelvic deformity so could not have had children. The bodies were of three teenagers, one of the males had his hand between the female’s legs, where there is a stone too. Moreover, red ochre was placed between the female’s legs as well as on the heads of all three people. The other male lay on his stomach facing away from female but holding hand with a mask which depicts the woman. Also found was a single burial of women covered in red ochre along with two mammoth bones on top of her and there is a clay carving of her next to her. Women seems to hold some possible specialness and women of Ice Age Europe were not mere cave wives but shamanistic leaders, clever inventors, and mighty hunters. Furthermore, this site has one of the earliest known potter’s kiln as well as 2300 clay figurines; venus figurines, animals, and some weapons, evidence of trade, and a hollowed bone for flute. Specifically, there is a female figurine called the black venus of Dolni Vestonice a reddish clay figurine. Goddesses are usually inferred from depictions of females, whether sculpted or painted. However, I don’t believe all female figurines are goddesses I think it more likely they are ancestor totems or some other spirit. Moreover, I don’t believe it is right to brand all female figurines as earth mothers, fertility goddesses, but some may have been earth mothers, fertility goddesses, we just...

“Taste Your Emotions” Book By Damien Marie AtHope

Taste Your Emotions By Damien Marie AtHope   Taste Your Emotions unplugged This is the second revised and expanded version of the earlier work “Taste Your Emotions” a book containing poems only each telling a story of the struggle for physical, emotional, and spiritual sobriety. The poems inside this book express a variety of emotions taking you through an experience from deep pain to the joy of emotional freedom. Attempting to balance between a short memoir written in a creative way, self-help book of sorts, as well as grouped enlightened writing trying to lead others in embarking of self freedom. Thus this book is simply not a book of poems and writings it is a dark journey of pain, confusion and addiction leading to a bright awakening of the heart and mind. The poems and writing are both heavy, raw, thought provoking, even forceful in there convictions at times and they are also light and touching in there innocence at other times, culminating in a moving expression of strength and determination. You will not just read these poems and writings you will experience them think about them, be moved by them and maybe if I am lucky even be some what changed by them. What was changed from the first edition was some poems of lesser relevance where removed. More back ground to the author his life and experiences behind the poems was added which makes the read much richer and deeply connecting. Likewise there is added writing on the thinking and philosophies which brought about his ever evolving and life enriching change. One mantra he lives by now...