A Beautiful life looks like something, what? I believe I know. If you are entertaining the idea I might have something either worthy or simply interesting to say referencing the subject, then you should read on.
Mine is a technical issue – SIMPLY PUT – to earn your attention I must demonstrate an ability to argue the truth-or-falseness of logically constructed statements – at a minimum, state it clearly to your satisfaction. To engage ”authentically” (for a later article) is to open myself to a wide audience in so doing. This blog is how I state such an argument.
We start – how does beauty act in the world. The following starts conversation – that we will over time harken back through various historic frames and various canonical arguments – frame my choice: my stand. I state in each – do we still want this outcome or do we choose another. I am of the mind that our self image, political choice, gadget selection are effected by this answer.
In the largest, most abstract sense, I ‘m commenting on the of use such labels as “truth-or-false”and particular views continuous efforts to confound the choice. It is our general interest to plot the particular features of this strategy and their supporting reasons about “the question of our choice.” This blog will serve as an antidote to idea the crowds know best.
My “style of thinking tends to draw out those that want to fix realty by way reason over mystery. I will bring to the foreground those senses and features the way in which the clever bring about positive reaction pointing to the truth or to falsehood.” of one stand over another. In other words, the style of reasoning is based “in short, all too often on self-authentication”.
Take the question of anonymity? Which of the following cities would you rater live and once you’ve chosen who would you want to hold the ownership of public’s security?
One where intelligence is gathered and owned by the few relating to the many.
The other, where intelligence is gathered and owned by all relating to everyone.
The question is “Will average citizens’ share, along with the mighty, the right to access these universal monitors? Will common folk have, and exercise, a sovereign power to watch the watchers?
Despite the complexities like:
Might any person order up a search program, using sophisticated pattern-recognition software to scan a throng of passersby and zero in on a specific face? If such “traps” could be laid all over town, a lot of fugitives might be brought to justice. But will individuals ever again be able to seek anonymity in a crowd? Will people respond by wearing masks in public? Or will safety ultimately come when people unleash their own search programs, to alert the watched about their watchers?