Some speculations on reality

As of late, people viewing my posts might think that they are unusual, pseudoscience, and whatnot. That’s fine. Feel free to argue against anything I say.

I’m starting to hypothesize various aspects about reality not necessarily being what they are. That’s due to me taking various perspectives of “law” and reality and experimenting with them. In a lot of ways, what has peaked my interest is the concept of “court,” which I consider to be a Platonic form.

Neuroscience meeting law is similar to philosophy meeting law. Where I see the line is between the conscious experience and the funneling of a “moral” system into reality, whereby a moral system is the entrance of some kind of “free will” ideal into a reality where there may or may not be free will. What I’ve found is that I consider “court” to be a concept similar to a Platonic form, so I will set forward a definition of court here:

Court is where fantasy meets reality. To a purist, one might argue that there can be no such thing as fantasy, thus all things are reality. Thus, I can further argue and posit the term “fantasy” and the term “imaginary.”

Fantasy is theoretical, hypothetical, imaginative, untouchable, and yet existing. It’s observed through a glass window to exist but never touchable. It’s tangible aspects are questionable, but it’s observable.

For anyone who has ever studied law, law is like a religion. However, as the same time, it’s something that exists in this reality. And with law, there is a God, which is the reasonable person. I think the bigger aspect of all of this is furthering defining what “court” is: Court is the mind of God.

Nonetheless, there is something I’d like to speculate on. Interestingly, everything that exists outside of court is “hearsay.” Everything that exists outside of it is hearsay. That’s like saying it’s black magic, rumor, etc.. If you look at it, then, every court hearing that has ever existed is fraudulent. By the standards of man, any word that comes out of any person’s mouth is hearsay in the court of law. The word “dog,” it meaning, etc… are all things that come from outside of court.

Court is an illusion. As the mind of God, it knows the truth, the reasonable answer of resolve, and so forth. Nonetheless, it’s deceptive. These are my “scientific” perspectives on Court. Court, nonetheless, has entered itself into reality. It exists as a mechanism of adversarial dispute and resolve. It’s meant to be a truth-seeking mechanism, as science is meant to be a truth-seeking if not a mechanism to discover aspects of reality and describe them to form knowledge.

The significant difference appears to be in objective: One to understand the social fabric of reality, the other to understand the physical fabric of reality. Law vs. science. The entrance of psychologism, however, seems to cause the lines between both to blur if we consider knowledge or what is “truth” to be a psychological consensus occurrence: Mobocratic truth, Kuhnian.



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