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Summary of the philosophy of love

Animal, man, consciousness, destiny

jean marc tonizzo de bas en haut, lumiereL'humanity is dedicated to reach its perfection.

Here is the point of departure of our theory.

It is about teleology, in other words, a meditation on the last purposes of things. Our doctrine, born from an intuition, is builds on the model of the philosophy of history. The main subject will thus be: the human purpose.

The sciences not having demonstrated the existence of other forms of life than earthly, we shall adopt a geocentric reading of the universe. In other words, we place the earth in the spiritual center of the universe.

The scientists not having either demonstrated the existence of other species capable of developing a spiritual reflection, we shall opt for an anthropocentric principle of the living. The man will thus be in the spiritual center of the living (it is about a respectful anthropocentrism and not narcissist).

And finally, the science still not permitting to choose between the existence and the non-existence of God, we shall choose Pascal's point of view, according to which it is more sensible to bet on his existence and we shall try, as Pascal, to demonstrate that it is the best point of view.

These three principles: geocentrism, anthropocentrism and faith, delimit perfectly the orientations of our theory. In fact, according to us: the matter and the universe are "instruments" in the service of the spiritual field (infinitely respectable instruments, thus to respect). Their role is to permit the man to exist and to understand his world.

In the same way, the man is above all an "instrument" of the divine will (an infinitely respectable instrument, which it is thus necessary to respect). Our specie has for mission to realize the intentions of the creative principle: realize on earth the spirit of God, in other words the spirit of Love.

Animal, man, happiness, death

from the man to the human

joseph beuys avec un coyotteanimal, man, human

In the first chapter, “animal man”, we will see why all the human activities, without exception, work, in a direct or indirect way, for the development of 3 great fundamental human evolutions: progressive control of the behavior, the environment and progressive explanation of our questionings.

The first evolution works to convert an animal used to impose itself to the detriment of its congeners, into a human being completely respectful of its similar.
The second evolution works to adapt the man better and better to its world.

The last evolution finally, works to discover progressively big mysteries of creation - where do we come from, who are us, where do we go.

The second chapter will be dedicated to concepts of good and evil. Evil will turn out to be then a simple tool intended for evolution and for full emergence of the good. In other words, evil is dedicated in its own disappearing.

In the third chapter called “from the man to the human being”, we shall try to explain why the progressive domestication of our behavior, our environment and our questioning is intended to reach his perfection. Perfection itself intended for a higher and most spiritual perfection which the heart is: the easy access for the human being to the rapturous state.

In the fourth chapter called “happiness”, we shall try to define what this rapturous state is. We shall then try to reunite the biggest number of philosophical and religious reflections on rapture, beatitude, nirvana. We shall finally study the difference between this higher state and pleasure, and its relation in time, in religion and in teleology.

In the fifth chapter, "Love is in the atom", we shall try to establish the link between the matter and the sensation which it eventually engendered during its evolution. We shall come to the conclusion according to which God is the immaterial part of the atom (ropes, quarks, boson, etc.).

The sixth chapter, called "the consciousness", will try to discover the place where happens the connection between the immaterial part of the atom (God) and the ecstatic. We shall also study the various zones of consciousness, and the relation of this one with the morality, the negation of others, the cruelty, the science and the truth.

In the seventh chapter, called “destiny, chance”, we shall try to demonstrate that the evolution of things does not happen by chance. Every thing produced by the humanity has its reason for being, its sense, and participate on the way up of our specie towards its perfection.

In the eighth chapter; “the language of the living” we shall support the idea according to which there is a silent language of the life. Everything speaks to who wants to hear it. Living, animal, symptom, virus… say things and we have to learn to decipher these messages.

The ninth and tenth chapters, "humanity" and "media", mark the implication of this theory in the political and social fields.
They explain what are primary tendencies, elitism, narcissism and egocentricity; their consequences in the life of the man. They deal with the democracy, with the liberalism, with the market, with the globalization, with the society and with the alternatives like the symbiosis. They are also about television and journalism.

Finally, in the last chapter, "Death ", we shall try to demonstrate why the passage from life to death meets necessarily the state of bliss. In other words, why to die means sinking in raptures, therefore into the absolute love. And why, in this state, the death disappears.


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