FR ( Flawed Reason ) Theory

Jan 16 13:44 2005 Dr Kedar Joshi, PBSSI Print This Article

FR ( Flawed Reason ) theory is a theory that reason itself is ... flawed. That is, at some point Reason breaks down. It is not just a matter of human reason but Reason itself. FR theory, at lea

FR ( Flawed Reason ) theory is a theory that reason itself is ultimately flawed. That is,Guest Posting at some point Reason breaks down. It is not just a matter of human reason but Reason itself.

FR theory, at least at this stage, does not say that it is certain ( 100 % or 99.99...% taking the principle of ‘anything may be possible into account ) that Reason is flawed. Rather it is supposed to be probable ( considering the secretive and awesome character of the universe / reality and the trust in human abilities that something is seriously unlikely if possible at all ).

FR theory is inferred from the problem of creation ( of the ephemeral / non - eternal / in usual terms, material universe ) and the possibility that what seems to be the eternal or logically necessary aspect of the universe was also thoughtfully / orderly created ( for example, the order and disorder amongst prime numbers could be a matter of creation ).

FR theory thus states that (some) logical / conceptual paradox/es do ( probably ) exist and are unresolvable. For example, in case of the problem of creation, the problem is meaningful but its solution is even logically / theoretically impossible ( which is an incomprehensible state of affair ).

FR theory forms a major part of Superultramodern Science (SS).

- Dr Kedar Joshi, BSc MA DSc DA, PBSSI
Cambridge, UK.

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Dr Kedar Joshi, PBSSI
Dr Kedar Joshi, PBSSI

The Father of Superultramodern Science (SS)
Founder and President of British Superultramodern Scientific Institution (BSSI)
Inventor of
1. The NSTP ( Non - Spatial Thinking Process ) Theory
2. Conmathematics ( Conceptual Mathematics )
3. The FR ( Flawed Reason ) Theory

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