Aim of Impartial Philosophy

Key concepts: belief in logic, criticism of society, pursuit of goal

It is rare for someone to defy society's aimless influence. Aimlessness can be defied only by having an aim. This aim must not be a pursuit of one's emotions and whims, or of an arbitrary goal one chooses. Only one goal is therefore left to pursue, which is to find purpose.

A person who defies society in this way is called an impartial. The essence of an impartial is to follow logic alone. His philosophy is that of wanting nothing. He is therefore open to anything and may have the appearance of being aimless. It would be so, if not for his belief that logic and reason can be used to devise a strategy to achieve the goal. His life he spends optimizing that strategy to the best of his ability.

Derivation of the goal

It is clear that either there is a purpose or there isn't. And if there is none, it does not matter what we do, so that case is covered no matter what. An impartial is therefore interested in the case in which there is a purpose; the alternative need not concern anyone. As no specific purpose has logical basis, the impartial pursues the non-specific one, to find it.

An impartial's criticism of present economic systems

Human needs are few and limited, requiring a small workforce to satisfy. In today's society, most people are working to satisfy non-existent needs, or are working for businesses that make each other necessary. In a more efficient society, money, ownership, and entrepreneurship would be obsolete.

An impartial's criticism of aimless evolution

Information in today's society spreads largely according to how well it fits into the market (how well it catches attention and is able to replicate). The purpose of humans in our social structure is primarily to serve as willing hosts to various ideas. In a more efficient society, random evolution of information would be obsolete.

The nature of the impartial's defiance

The impartial never loses sight of his aim and he never takes an action for which there is no logical reason to believe that it will help achieve the goal.

Purpose of this web page

The purpose of this page is to define impartiality sufficiently for you to recognize, so that you will consider joining us in a collaborative effort to pursue the single goal.

On the difficulty of attaining impartiality

Impartiality derives its effectiveness from its simplicity and if the text on this page fails to express it accurately to you, it shouldn't take any more words to do so. It is because an impartial does not seek answers from others. Impartiality cannot be studied or learned, as doing so assumes that what is at issue is the acquisition of a body of knowledge. Each of us already possesses hundreds of times the amount of knowledge required. An impartial is able to weed out the knowledge that is irrelevant. While it is difficult to attain impartiality, this difficulty arises not from having to grasp difficult concepts, but from trying to rid oneself of distractions, and the many flawed views of those around us.

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