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Qualifying Certainty


he only thing we can know to be inherently undeniable is the structure within cognition that enables self realization.  This is because it cannot be tainted by itself.  By enabling the self, this structure necessarily establishes the boundaries intrinsic to the further delineation of all thought.  These limitations are what then constitute the foundation by which relevance assumes to meaning for us. 

In turn, relevance gives meaning to everything else about which we think, including denial -- thus causing that which facilitates relevance to be inherently undeniable.  Being at once necessary and innately undeniable, this structure is inarguably self evident and thus a universal by definition.  As such, it constitutes the ultimate form of 'certainty' for all reflective beings.  This makes it the only form of the absolute that we are capable of confirming by way of our thought process, since all other candidates lack some aspect of this required progression.

The recognition of certainty's importance, in light of the absence of an understanding of its mechanics, has resulted in an endless number of quantitative attempts to characterize this absolute, only further disguising its true nature.  Varying in exactitude they cannot help but promote greater confusion.  Overcoming this confusion is now crucial to mankind's continued survival.  The following material seeks to flesh out the true implications relative to 'certainty' and thereby establish its role in the advancement of global problem solving.

This breakthrough in knowledge theory comes at a time when academia has all but dismissed the possibility of ever realizing a common denominator for human thought.  The reduction of Philosophy, Theology and Metaphysics from necessity to curiosity in most academic institutions worldwide, bears stark testimony to this fact.  Based upon the deteriorating state of our planet, it is becoming increasingly clear that we cannot survive ourselves without the guidance that these missing disciplines can offer.  The discovery of 'certainty' finally provides the missing key by which these disciplines can come together and act in concert -- to help chart the needed way.

Prior to the qualification of the undeniable, reason was torn between two opposing possibilities as the defining element of itself -- order or chaos.  This caused 'certainty' to appear to be a multiplicity as opposed to a singularity.  This misnomer mired our sense of purpose in a confusion that was irresolvable.  With 'certainty' now in evidence, it is clear that order has ultimate precedence over chaos in the greater scheme of things.  As a result, reason's validation of its own process is now known to be contingent upon its adherence to singularity -- as its prime directive -- and not some jaded multiplicity.

This allows us to finally resolve the issue of priority within dichotomy;  a problem that previously undermined knowledge theory and thereby confused reason's undeniable responsibility to itself -- both individually and collectively.  This revelation is a major breakthrough in human thought and one that is crucial to the advancement of World peace.

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