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The Content of Action

In my last post, I discussed the nature of intention in regards to speech. Since intent is not the only factor in bad speech, content is a second factor. We all know that it is possible to unintentionally harm someone, and that means that intention is not the only factor. This second factor is content. Content is simply what the act is. Unlike intention, content does not describe the reason why th...

Dividing Categories

In the previous post of this series, I explained that there is no super categories of absolutely everything that exists. The highest categories include such things as quantities, relations, substances, etc. However, I did not give any information on how to properly divide a category. All categories are properly divided by taking the right kind of attribute outside of the category, and dividing the...

Substances and Attributes

I said I was going to explain some of the underlying arguments in my argument for the existence of God. One of these is Aristotelian philosophy. One of the primary and ultimate things behind Aristotle’s philosophy is a belief in substances and attributes. A substance is a thing, and an attribute is a way that thing is. Everything in the world is either a substance or an attribute. A substance is a...

God the Creator

I have previously shown that God is the first cause of all change in the world because God is one. This means something very interesting. It means that God is the creator of the entire world. I am not speaking of the past. I mean that God is the reason for the existence and change of all things in the universe right now. There are two forms of change that an thing can undergo. First, that thing ca...