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Not-only-Bright

The Bright movement is a very interesting contemporaneous approach to life and existence problems under a poin of view "naturalistic" (free from supernatural and mystical elements). The representatives of the movement affirm that "bright" is a worldiew and not a philosophy, but a person can be bright and also to think according to some philosophy. We are thus together bright and atheist, more precisely dualistic atheist. The real dualism is, in fact, a new atheistic philosophy that assumes the naturalistic point of view as base of itself. But, and this is its peculiarity, it is also a post-materialism, because aims get over the traditional monistic materialism.
A new philosophic weltanschauung therefore, that is an atheism not-nihilistic, that proposes rather than to deny something, and indicates an existential "bright" and naturalistic horizon very near to that of the Bright movement one.
 



The sunflower can be considered the "solar"symbol of every naturalistic worldview that aims the achievement of a way of life that put to the first place the pursuit of happiness. Both the Bright movement and the philosophy of real dualism follow that target.


To be bright and also dualistic it means to have a naturalistic point of view that consider the homo sapiens integrated in the nature as a living being as all others.
The anthropocentrism is a sort of psychic illness from which it is hard to get rid of.
Yet the Earth is an irrelevant entity of the universe and it would be yet more irrelevant
in the perspective of a hypothetical pluri-vers.
How long we think about a planed and created universe by someone "for us" and in which are we in the centre of the Whole?

In the water was born the life and in it were evolved the primitive ancestors of every species, including the homo sapiens.
But the obstinacy of the
religious myths continue to imbue the thought and the conscience of the greatest part of the humanity.
When we'll at last recognize our origins and our nature? And yet our cousins that still today are in the sea live the same reality?



The behaviours of animals often are interpreted analogically in comparison with that of the man ones or viceversa. In that is a arbitrary thought, but also an happy intuition. Actually between we and they it is absolute analogy in the greatest difference. But why the homo sapiens lives a reality so different if its nature is absolutely identical to that of the worm one? 



The cruel laws of the natural selection follow a logic that left aside our expectations and feelings and is assignable to a biological reason proper to the living world. But sense of the justice and of the pity are completely extraneous to the biological reason. Then, the reality of the becoming of the living is the same reality of our to have feelings?
 
It is just to such kind of questions that we try here to give some answers.



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NECESSITY
and
LIBERTY'


(A philosophy of plural reality)


The essay is published in Italian
by Editrice Clinamen
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First Part
(Introduction to real dualism)


preface


chapter 1
(Some anticipation about the subject)

1.1 Pluralistic hypotesis and dualistic reality
1.2 A hypotesis for the XXII century (The crisis of the belief?)
1.3 Something about the subject and about who writes
1.4 The unknown and the "truth".
1.5 "Street's" philosophy and a little "forest's".
1.6 To intuit the unknowable.
1.7 Some additional consideration.



chapter 2

(The dual reality)


2.1 Starting from the individuality
2.2 A thesis seeking verifications
2.3 Logic argumentation(The irriducibility)
2.4 Ethic argumentation (Sens of justice, etc.)
2.5 Observational-perceptive argumentation



chapter 3
(Specifications ad developments)

3.1 But what is the reality?
3.2 About philosophy or rather extraphysics
3.3 Finality and casualness
3.4 The
law and the case.
3.5 Why atheism?



chapter 4

(The ambiguous "spirit" and its materiality)

4.1 Divinity and religion.



chapter 5
(To be dualistic)


5.1Homo sapiens dualis.
5.2 To be and to exist.
5.3 The good and the evil.
5.4 Transformation and persistence.
5.5 The destiny




chapter 6
(A dualistic living)

6.1 The concept and the reality.
6.2 To spend the today.

6.3 The moira.
6.4 L'eleutheria.
6.5 The irony.

6.6 The game.





glossary


The second part (chapters 7 to 13) is available only in Italian


Seconda Parte

(Approfondimenti e sviluppi del dualismo reale).

premessa



capitolo 7
(Uno sguardo oltre l'orizzonte esistentivo).

7.1 Dualismo reale e Materialismo.
7.2 Materialità: realtà o illusione?
7.3 Aiterialità: illusione o realtà?
7.4 Il procedimento partitivo.
7.5 Il corpo.
7.6 La mente in una nuova prospettiva.



capitolo 8
(Ispezionando le funzioni mentali).

8.1 La psiche.
8.2 L'intelletto.
8.3 La ragione.
8.4 L'idema.
8.5 La coscienza.
8.6 La memoria.
8.7 La sintesi intellettiva



capitolo 9
(L'ambito aiteriale e sisuoi aspetti antropici).

9.1 Molti caratteri dell'aiteria?
9.2 L'estetica.
9.3 L'etica.
9.4 La gnòresi.
9.5 La cairéa.
9.6 La dhianasi.
9.7 Ancora sull'aiterialità



capitolo 10
(Corollari dualistici).

10.1 L'autenticità dell'arcanum e la falsità del "sacrum".
10.2 Ancora sulle esperienze idemali.
10.3 Dell'ingenuità, dell'eleuteria e del futuro.
10.4 L'eireneusi.
10.5 Il pensiero e la realtà.



capitolo 11
(Aspetti particolari della materia).

11.1 Il problema della malvagità.
11.2 La sfera del paranormale.
11.3 La miracolistica religiosa ed ascetica.




capitolo 12
(Uno sguardo all'uomo e al suo contesto).

12.1 Specie homo sapiens.
12.2 Le risorse della specie.




capitolo 13
(Aspetti particolari del dualismo reale).

13.1 L'avventura dell'esistenza.
13.2 L'esistenza tra piacere e sofferenza.

13.3 Il comico.
13.4 La carica vitale e la nichilìa.
13.5 Il superamento.
13.6 Ancora qualcosa sull'aiteria.



conclusione


glossario


20th of may 2004




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