Thursday, August 4, 2011

The Autodynamics of Philosopky


The Autodynamics Of Philosophy

Religion and Philosophy for ages have been considered an integral part of each other. They are believed to be two sides of the 'same coin'. Many a great philosophers preached religions and missionaries, monks and priests have all been good philosophers. It is in the nature of the universe that such a phenomenon exists where religion and philosophy evolve out each other. This has been considered relative that the same entity is religion as it is philosophy and depends upon the view of the person regarding what it is. It is however from the logical and theological part evident that being ‘two sides’ of the same coin, they are different entities though the septum that separates them is quite vague. Religion endows philosophy and vice-a-versa. The relativity of a person's view depends not on the existence (as both are existing as a single event in space-time) but on the manifestation of the inarticulate. This manifestation by nature is relative the process of which being autodynamism. Hence relativity in other words is just a part or rather a sub-set of Autodynamics.

Religion or philosophy requires no external factors for their vice-a-versa articulation or what we call as inter-conversion. With the advent of the Aristotelian thought culture, a different ethical ground started sprouting in the popular mind; that of logically defining every observable phenomenon in nature, the methodology being termed as 'knowledge through observation and logic' or Science. The right-brain set out on its developmental journey as a sect started logical reasoning who were termed as scientists. These scientists considered that everything in the universe that can be observed or the existence of which can be felt can be explained on the basis of sheer logic and mathematics by the way of calculations and experimentation. Very few from this sect could feel the deep rooted principles of this method and those who did, like Newton, called it 'Natural Philosophy'.

The reason underlying every observable phenomenon unfolds the mystical philosophy of nature' was Newton's view of science. The process of Isaac Newton turning from a common man to a crazy scientist is an interesting example of how autodynamic the nature with-in and with-out the individual is! Some of the scientists have been good philosophers; I remember of Einstein having said that he would have been a priest if not a scientist. This autodynamic nature of the human mind and it's method for the quest of unity brings us to the conclusion of the fusion of philosophy and science and eventually the union of religion and science which seem to be different entities failing our perception to feel the underlying dimensional paradox. The basic of every religion explains it's need for existence when the India sages say: "Dharmo Rakshati Rakshitah" i.e. Religion protects those who protect religion. It always used to arouse a thought that how can this be true within the realms of relativity since both are simultaneous and spontaneous processes. This happened because relativity is mostly true in cases that refer to the post-articulation phase of an event or phenomenon. It fails to a greater extent when it comes to explaining the process i.e. the 'why' of 'how'. How can one thing need protection and protect at the same time? The answer to this, after reading Carezani's works, seems to be quite within the reach of the human intellect. This is because protection of the religion and protection by the religion are processes which are spontaneous and hence autodynamic in nature. Thus Autodynamics manifests itself not only during the fusion of religion (philosophy) and science but even during the first stages of science. The concept of religion itself is autodynamic and not relative as it is believed till today. The various incidents that laid the foundation of this concept in the founders' mind, be it Christ, Buddha or Mohammed, are considered to be the cause (datum) of their genesis thus making it a relative process.

There can be no denying that there was a bit of (conditional) relativity involved, but the autodynamism here holds the lion's share. The basic principle of scientific acceptance is that "For a cause, the effect must be the same in whatever portion of this world the experiment is carried out and on whatever amount of the same species "which I shall call the principle of uniformity. If this being true, then the similarity of conditions and species (i.e. human beings) why was there a single Buddha, Mohammed or Christ? Why everybody didn't? The answer is quite simple! Though the conditions and the species were same, reflexes differed, because of the unmanifestation or manifestation of the revolution in different proportions in different people. This amount of manifestation power in reflexes is a part of relativity, no doubt, but the entire process of manifestation which still holds the greater value is undoubtedly Autodynamics, since for the human intellect the subtler 'why' holds more meaning. After genesis and the first basics of religion, the most advanced part of religion or philosophy is the unity of man (Atman) with God (Parmatman).

Everywhere in this universe is present a quest for this unity, since unity is stability. Right from the combinations of the various atoms form stable atoms to the cosmic chaos, this quest manifests itself equally. The principal concept to be understood here is that there is no external force acting on these processes and hence these chaos are a result of matter-energy inter-conversions and hence autodynamic in nature. The kinetic observed is due to the expression of energy present in itself and hence the concept of an external force or observer becomes increasingly meaningless. Certain partially-manifested thoughts do not accept the one-ness of man (Atman) and God (Parmatman) and this process of denying the ultimate reality is again a part of Autodynamics. They do it because from somewhere deep within themselves, they feel it. Those who know the ultimate reality are beyond doubt, the auto-dynamic personalities who by themselves discard the idea of God as an external force or observer who controls the universe. Rather they believe that the control of the universe is within the universe itself as they understand the dimensional paradox of this manifestation, which we term as being AUTO-DYNAMIC!!
Dr. Prasenjit Kamble.
SUR-India President.

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