Outline Of Evolutionary & Revolutionary Change: On The Meaning Of Beauty & The Beast

This is an outline of an already long work (10,000 + words) that may eventually become a book. For convenience I have divided it up into relatively short sections and subsections. I eventually will provide Notes and References to each such section.

Introduction

Introduction To Cupid & Psyche (C&P)

C&P: An Evolutionary Tale With Revolutionary Implications

I. Philosophy Of Language

An Ancient Philosophy Of Language: The Intellectual DNA Of Evolutionary Theory

Modern Corroboration Of The Basis For The Special Status Greek Women Originally Enjoyed

Generative Grammar & Philosophy As A Translation Of What Nature Is Saying

The Greatest Blunder In Western Logic: Cogito Ergo Sum

The Birth Of Being

Birth As An Organizing Principle Of Evolutionary Logic: Aka, A Philosophy Of Nature (PN)

The Origin Of The Western Concept Of Common Law

On Subjects, Objects & The ‘Organ’ Of Organ-ism, Organ-ize, Etc.

Clarification Of Terminology

II. Evolution (Natural History) In Terms Of The Philosophy Of Language

Examples Of Subjects And Objects In Generative Grammar

Subject/Object Polarity

How Polarity Is Preserved Without Leading To Chaos

The ‘Birth’ Of Water And Qualitative Vs. Quantitative Change

Water As Subject, Water As Object And The Evolution Of Life

III. Human Evolution In Terms Of The Philosophy Of Language: Beauty ‘Leads’ The Beast

The Subject/Object Grammar Applied To The Emergence Of Cooking And Language

The Metaphysical Origins of Vegetarianism

The Metaphysics Of Cooking: Burning (aka Cooking) Frankincense

IV. Human History: Revolution(s) In Terms Of The Philosophy Of Language

A. The Beast Leads Beauty

The Adoption Of Writing: Language Becomes Object

Women As Subjects Relative To Men As Objects

B. Beauty Leads The Beast

Consciousness Of Women As Leaders: Cleopatra, Queen Elizabeth I

The Failure Of ‘Feminism’

Women’s Rights Vs. Globalism

Forget Globalism, The Nation State Is Obsolete

MAGA As A Type Of Virtual City State Of Virtual Families & ‘Tribes’

Confronting The Reality That Is The Legal Fiction Of The Corporate ‘Person’

Taming The Beast That Is Information Technology

Recognizing Medicine As Primarily A Spiritual (Metaphysical) Rather Than Economic (Physical) Practice