of Reverse Transcription in Nation-States from
the Perfectionism of Subgroups and Their Genome/Proairetic (Preference)
Neutrosophy and MAUT
Dallas F. Bell, Jr.
1. Reverse Transcription
eu for good and daimon for spirit) has often been translated
to mean happiness. Socrates related knowledge (good and evil)
and virtue to eudaimonia or ultimate good that drives all human motivations
and their subsequent behavior. In Plato's "The Republic"
the biochemical desires are separated from the soul's virtue in desiring
good. Aristotle explained that all behavior is aimed at good and
thus happiness. Epicurus expanded on that thought to include pleasure.
The Stoics added that perfect virtue and happiness can never be achieved,
but they should be pursued.
The phrase of pursuing happiness
is part of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. The U.S. founding
fathers considered pursuit of happiness as self-evident truth for humans
along with the Divine rights to life and liberty. People with
T1 beliefs derive happiness from pleasing the God of the first cause
of all effects by having the goal of compliance with all NLF.
Of course, weakness and hypocrisy are injected into the achievement
of these goals. People with T2 beliefs seek happiness with goals
of complying with some NLF and not complying with other NLF. People
with T3 beliefs seek to comply with as few NLF as is possible to survive.
Then, T1 societal behavior leads to a First World government as seen
in the U.S. and was understood by its Christian founding fathers.
T2 societal behavior leads to a Second World government and T3 behavior
creates Third World governments.
Just as people and all other
biochemical organisms, Nation-states have a beginning or birth and an
end or death. Reverse transcription in nation-states acts much
in the same manner as a virus in a biochemical host. The theological
belief systems of people, as the RNA of virus cells such as HIV, seek
to destroy the theological belief systems, or DNA societal programs,
of their host nation-state. Those confederates reject history
and compliance with NLF, the societal program, and attack the institutions
of family, church, business, and government. That entropic reality
is and should be attempted to be superseded by perfectionism of behavioral
goals for happiness within NLF.
The concept of perfectionism
has been given a number of meanings by writers. Generally, perfectionism
should be associated with the individual chosen theology's epistemological
goal regarding compliance with or noncompliance with NLF as individuals
pursue their common individual needs. Those individual beliefs
and behavior of good creates societal behavior. People with varying
theologies will produce varying views of perfectionism. In contrast
to the U.S. founding fathers' T1 beliefs, John Stuart Mill's T2
utilitarianism was socialist even though he did value the work ethic,
competition and a stable society. Friedrick Nietzsche's T3 writings
claimed exercising the individual will to power was the highest perfectionism.
The Bible addresses the T1
concept of perfection from the spiritual graces of patience (James 1:4),
love (Col. 3:14), holiness (2 Cor. 7:1), praise (Matt. 21:16), faith
(1 Thess. 3:10), good works (Heb. 13:21), unity (John 17:23), and strength
(2 Cor. 12:9). The means of perfection are by God (1 Peter 5:10),
Christ (Heb. 10:14), Holy Spirit (Gal. 3:3), God's word (2 Tim. 3:16-17),
ministry (Eph. 4:11-12), and suffering (Heb. 2:10). The stages
of perfection are eternal (Heb. 10:14), objective goal (Matt. 5:48),
subjective process (2 Cor. 7:1), daily (2 Cor. 13:9), present (1 Cor.
2:6), future experience (Phil. 3:12), completed church (Heb. 11:40),
and heaven's eternal standard (1 Cor. 13:10-12).
Followers of liberation theology
use biblical passages such as Matt. 10:34, Matt. 26:51-52 and Luke 22:35-38
to unbiblically justify using the sword instead of Jesus' peace to
take by taxes and by direct force (stealing and murder) the lawful earnings
of producers and give it to nonproducers for their political support.
Fidel Castro has been cited as using liberation theology to justify
his murderous Third World regime in Cuba.
The American John Humphrey
Noyes (1811-1886) incorrectly used the Bible verse of Matt. 5:48 which
says that the saved are to be perfect as God in heaven is perfect.
He believed that perfectionists like himself had attained a state of
sinlessness or perfect compliance with God's will and NLF. Noyes
started a utopian communist group in Putney, Vermont. (The
author of this paper's grandmother's grandfather by marriage was
Arthur B. Howard, a horticulturist that bred the
Howard 17 [Premier] strawberry and Howard Star petunia variety among
many other species, who briefly joined Noyes' group as a teenager
where he learned farming techniques.)
Since Noyes and his group believed
that they were perfect, they did not consider that they had the need
to go to church or follow NLF. All their produce was shared equally
as were the raising of the children. Adults shared sexual partners
and the term of free love was coined. In 1879 Noyes fled to Canada
to avoid criminal prosecution for statutory rape.
Utopia (meaning no place) was
used in 1516 by Sir Thomas More (1478-1535) to mean a place of societal
perfection which could not potentially exist on earth. Today,
utopia has come to mean a place on earth of existent perfection.
Greg Webber and John Stuart Mill are credited with developing the term
of dystopia. They defined dystopia as a place being too bad to
be practical. Noyes' T3 attempt at a utopian society was in
reality a dystopia. Thomas Stearns Eliot's 1922 "The Waste Land" muses on this concept.
The biblical writers Job, Isaiah,
Peter and Paul were perfectionists in their goals of complying with
NLF, but they saw themselves correctly as very imperfect. The
more one is conscious of the perfect God, the more one realizes how
imperfect one is in comparison to that infinite standard.
In the U.S. during the 1960s,
another attempt at reverse transcription was fostered. The subculture
was called a counter-culture and was made up of hippies (a counter-culture
word meaning one who is hip which meant to be aligned with counter-culture
beliefs and behavior). The hippies rejected their parents' values
for family, church, business and government which were based on T1 beliefs.
The hippies T3 values of no education or private property etc. exposed
their chief principles of ignorance and greed. Their evil expectation
of receiving from lawful earners without work was unjust and unloving.
They frequently allied with the murderous Hell's Angels motorcycle
The leaders of the hippie movement
like Timothy Leary, John Lennon and Charles Manson, promoted the use
of mind-altering drugs and, at some point, claimed to be Jesus.
Their lead musicians Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Jim Morrison and Jerry
Garcia of the Warlocks band (later the Grateful Dead) all died from
illegal drug use. Many people in this movement, for physical survival,
began to seek NLF in Satanism (recorded as practicing cannibalism in
California) Hinduism, Buddhism and later they made up the religion of
New Age where people can pick and choose NLF to obey or not obey and
support the U.S. Democrat party.
Hippies had their own clothes,
symbol of the upside down Christian cross to signify their dystopian
view of peace, and developed their own vocabulary largely reflecting
their drug use. Their lexicon was sufficient to form a published
700 page dictionary. (In an email exchange during August, 2008,
between Dallas F. Bell Jr. and both Noam Chomsky and Harvey Cox of Harvard
University, it was noted how little the counter-culture's lexicon
has been given academic attention.)
The soul of the hippies willed
behavior of their perceived perfectionism was so divorced from the reality
of history and NLF that they were compelled to use hallucinatory drugs
to neutralize the conflicting feedback of their biochemical neuron's
inputted experiences. After a period, reality forced them to accept
some NLF to survive. There are still extreme movements in the
U.S. and around the world that attempt reverse transcription of their
societies (e.g. The Rainbow Family).
Nation-states are made up of
finite people but their imperfect governments may be less evil than
the state of anarchy found in revolutions. The theological beliefs
that produce perfectionist behavioral motives are based on individual
Preference logic deals with
preference statements such as red apples (A) are better than yellow
apples (B). A>B could mean any A is better than all B, or any
typical A is better than any typical B, etc. The logic of preference
is also called the logic of choice or proairetic logic (from Greek
proairesis for a choosing; proaireomai means to choose before another thing,
to prefer, must judge or prejudge something). Preference logic
grammars could be used in computer logic programs to understand preferences
in the databases of information systems.
Human preference comes from
the will to choose. Mankind has a biochemical will (genome) and a spiritual will
(proairetic). This discussion, concerning Jesus, became a heated
debate by the year 325. Jesus is biblically described as being
both man and God (John 1:14, Heb. 2:9-18). The dyothelite
(Greek for one will) position was that Jesus had a human and divine
nature but only one will. Maximus the Confessor (c. 580-662) disagreed
and said Jesus had both a human and divine will. Maximus' argument
was posthumously accepted around 680-681.
There are generally three options for Jesus' will or preference.
First, Jesus' divine essence could have occupied a body image that
was phantom like and did not truly totally exist as the biochemical
body of humans. Disproof of that notion is the reality of Jesus'
physical birth from a woman, his physical hungering (Matt. 21:18), the
Lord's Supper is meant to remind participants of Jesus' real body
and blood (Matt. 26:26-29, Luke 22:17-20), and Jesus' body died on
the cross. The fact that life is not a dream was posed in Charlotte
Brontë's (1816-1855) poem titled "Life". The second option is that
Jesus' divine essence occupied a biochemical body by replacing the
characteristic of the human soul. Biochemical bodies only react
to their surrounding given their innate logic potential, such as after
48 hours in a desert without water the biochemical aspect of humans
will make their getting water to drink a high priority. In that
sense, Jesus' divine essence would be the only true will having choice
and is not a likely option. The third option describes Jesus'
divine essence occupying a human soul in a biochemical body. Without
the soul, Jesus' atonement for sin would have consisted only of His
perfect deity without the necessary suffering for the just salvation
of man's sin. Because God is perfect and without weakness experienced
Infinite Jesus can be understood
as occupying His eternal human soul in heaven much like a human's
eternal soul presently occupies their finite human biochemical body
here on earth. They are separate essences of one identity.
Neutrosophy is a tool of logic to consider options.
4. Neutrosophy and
In 1980, Florentin Smarandache
introduced the branch of logic called neutrosophy (from the Latin
neuter or neutral and Greek sophia
or skill/wisdom). Neutrosophy considers a proposition, theory,
event, concept, or entity as A, Not-A, Anti-A and Neut-A. A is
in relation to its opposite, Anti-A and that which is Not-A or Non-A,
and that which is neither A nor Anti-A, denoted by Neut-A. A proposition
is true t, indeterminate i, and false f, where t, i, and f are real
numbers from the ranges of T, I, F with no restrictions on T, I, F or
the sum n=t+i+f.
This logic assists intuitionistic
logic, fuzzy logic, boolean logic, etc. Neutrosophy logic adds
independent true and false axes plus an indeterminate one. Therefore,
both true and false aspects of values and beliefs can be added to uncertainties
as to their effects. Everything that exists and does not exist
holds potential information (i.e. even black holes etc.).
We all face decisions that
involve comparing the strengths and weaknesses regarding multiple objectives
of interest to us--the decision makers. MAUT (Multi-Attribute
Utility Theory) is a method or structural tool to handle the tradeoffs
of multiple objectives. Utility theory is a systematic approach
to qualify the preferences of individuals. A numerical value to
measure an interest is put on a 0 to 1 scale where 0 is the least preferred
and 1 the most preferred option. Then direct comparisons can be
made of many diverse measures. Operations research practitioners
often use this technique for military prioritization. For example,
a new weapon's system is evaluated by the tradeoffs of cost, transportability,
lethality etc. The same process could be used for decision-making
by the average individual.
Reverse transcription behaviors
in subgroups within nation-states involve the goal of perfectionism
of the epistemological standards from their core theological beliefs.
Preference logic is used by individuals and can be analyzed with the
tools of neutrosophy and Multi-Attribute Utility Theory in systematic
political science where the goal is to improve in substance and style
of communication for the good of mankind.
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