That JohnDoe with the extra a.
I think that:
- Philosophy of mind
- Philosophy of morality
- Philosophy of existence; why there is something rather than nothing and how might be a possible next life
- Concepts of god (named and nameless)
- Philosophy of names and naming
- The idea of god as out-of-cosmos entities that have created this cosmos as a "computer simulation" (whatever that means, as our reality is too badly real to be reduced to a "simulation")
- Problem of evil compared with Maltheism, Atheism and Impotentism ("impotent god")
- Formal logic ("foundations of mathematics")
- Aniconism, Minimalism, history of Monotheism and Monolatrism, history of Buddhism and history of Jainism
- History of anti-interest movement (often named "anti-usury" movement)
- Moral and ethics in doing logical science by sets of formal logic aximos
- Moral and ethics in doing material science by the Popperian (Karl Popper) method of falsifiable assessments generally declared as somewhat scientifically plausible by evidence and only exceptionally declared as "scientifically factual"
- Moral and ethics of internal as well as external supervision over organizations
- Rules for Radicals book by Saul D Alinsky on how to organize a community to drop out corrupted organizational entities
- Formal logic fundamentals, physics fundamentals, chemistry fundamentals, biology fundamentals, neuropsychology fundamentals, computer science fundamentals, nutrition and medicine fundamentals
- Documentation fundamentals: Markdown, markup (including MediaWiki syntax), concepts of text matching, searching, replacing based on matching, shell globs and regex and perhaps also Latex
- The essence of life: doing good to the other and to ourselves in the right balance while avoiding going out of balance and avoiding doing bad
Are very important topics to teach after language, while children learning language should be surveilenced from doing bad actions such as insulting one another and especially "categorizing" one another and be blamed, often manipulated, to be sorry in public for such actions.
In my opinion, there is generally no such thing as human categorization, it's mostly nonsense which will forever be invented and meaningless compared to consciousness which is beyond all categorization and symbols; I don't consider myself as part of any nation besides humanity; for me there are conscious agents (humans, in our case) until our grouping with possible other human-like speaking species whom should do generally everything to vanish non-single-nationalism as well as ensure maximal mutual kindness with other animal lifeforms.
If I say something, I usually try to say it in a subjective, humble way; starting with hello, and finishing with appreciation.
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