Men and women may engage in a variety of disciplines based on their inherent and acquired capacities. Some of these include the likes of labor disciplines, mechanical and surgical tasks, prescriptive schools of thought, intuitive, perceptive and imaginative, spiritual and energetic and so on.   A variety of mechanical and surgical disciplines can be taught and inculcated from a mentor to a pupil while on the opposite side of the spectrum, such disciplines as perceptive and intuitive therapies can only blossom specifically in those best suited for such tasks. Therefore, for some disciplines, education can be like the foundation to a building, while for other disciplines, education must only be present like light and shade to a flower. Some things must be built while others must be simply allowed to blossom.  Let your education system define all disciplines and you’ll see how all that is beautiful will quickly whither away before your eyes.


The pursuits of post-modernism, while noble in their attempts to venerate the individual, have failed to describe such veneration without also destroying classifications useful to the functioning of society. One such consequence is the destruction of the family – our most precious and noble economic unit. The challenge facing philosophers today, therefore, is finding the balance between venerating the individual without compromising the traditional monogamous family. For more on this, read: The Fractal Order