JD11. Common expressions, which in the light of totalizm require explanations
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@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

JD11. Common expressions, which in the light of totalizm require explanations

Chapter B illustrated it to us, that totalizm uses various ideas and definitions, which are more characteristic to strict sciences than to a philosophy. Examples of such ideas include: moral field, moral energy, moral laws, indicators of the moral correctness, etc. The wide use of such scientific ideas and strict definitions in totalizm, has the consequence, that many common expressions and typical activities of our everyday life, may turn to be either contradictive to the action of moral laws, or are understood by totalizm quite differently (i.e. more strict) than they are understood in common situations. Therefore, it would be beneficial to present here for these ideas the basic explanations, which would clarify their totaliztic interpretation. Several subsections, that are to come now, represent such elaboration on the totaliztic understanding of common expressions and typical activities from our everyday life.

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