>Akwaaba > > >If you want to truly understood >Afrakan thought, you must (at >least temporarily) set aside this >emphasis on "objectivity." A >synonym of "objective" is "material."
Response: Ok I'll try.
> Objectivity is based on >things material which in turn >is limited when discussing spiritual >systems. This is not >emphasized nor valued when concerning >a thing's "importance" within Afrakan >culture. Also "objectivity" is the >end result of the "either/or" >dichotomy within Western thought. >This severely limits the perspective >of the Divine among Afrakans.
Response: So your saying that this type of thought is subjective and thats why you believe this right? > > >And often claims at "objectivity" are >false claims that people used >to assert the validity and >importance of their own beliefs.
Response: OK follow you so far, but objective claims are often times truth claim which are undeniable. >> >Your view of God is objective >TO YOU. It isn't your >own reasoning but it is >an ACCEPTED reasoning by people >like yourself. A reasoning that >is NOT accepted by ALL >people.
Response: Actually the based on truth claims. Just because some people disagree with me does'nt knock there validity. And just because I accept it does'nt make it true also.
Therefore when considering >every single person on the >planet, your view of God >IS SUBJECTIVE to only a >certain number of people as >MILLIONS of people do not >accept that view of being >true.
Response: A majority count does'nt make something true. The truth is the truth whether we believe it or not. Are you familiar with first principle's? >
------------ En arche en 'o logos, kai 'o logos en pros ton Theon, kai Theos en logos