The West

The Greeks knew no ICH. The West/Occident evolved differently: the Egyptians (3000 BC) thought in 4 categories: the four seasons, five (the eight); That still exist in the syllogism: plus vs. minus and plus something vs. something minus the before Sokratic thought in 3 categories, such as dialectics: thesis > anti-thesis > SYN thesis; Pro vs. Contra and catalyst, not logic the Greeks thought in two categories: basic/ur thing/Tao (the way) > effect; Protagonist vs. antagonist.

Philanthropist vs. Misanthrope, Zarathustra (1000 BC) difference: bright – dark (later that day) and concluded: good – evil (moral cultures =) Aristotle (384-322 BC) then the difference: true – false (a third not there.), the natural action (ethics) = causality works after Principle of efficiency: right – wrong and we think today prefer mono causal: United States as the last big power, all-or-nothing, love it or lose it. We humans respond first emotional/ir-rational and then only rational. This logic model work as follows: our natural analogue brain responds automatically with: eye for an eye, all or nothing, how you me as I you principle of our developed digital brain reacts un aware with: whose benefits vs. harm? Is it allowed or forbidden? Civilization made this following rational logics (excerpt): not negation: neither… nor… or disjunction: either… or…

and, conjunctions, nouns, fuzzy logic:… as well as… If… then… and; Causality: If… then… because… that’s why… It developed to think – to patterns of action in following societies (excerpt): clan societies (nature, Asia) > individual / mass societies (cultures, EU/United States) I help you if you help me: > undeclared work, bribe my life against your Life > blood revenge honor, shame > civil rights (more upon request.) We first learn the our entire way of thinking (analog: feel, believe > digital: know) historically has grown! And, secondly, that the other half of humanity thinks successfully differently (analog: feel > analogue: believe). Globalization, the global analogue and digital thinking adapts quickly. Wolfgang Schwalm