General concepts and rules of the connection of concepts (ie rules of rational thought) are applied even in imagination with assumptions
and for things that do not exist. In such a case, creatures and events of imagination appear as if they were in the same reality or in
contrast to known characteristics of reality. Truth that comes out with logical rules and the consequence of thinking are confused with
a lie of some imaginary things. We will easily find such logic applied to imagination and expressed with the grammatical rules of
language in religious thoughts and novels. Even a scammer or a liar tries to hide his lies and deceive with rules of logic. All people connect and disconnect concepts in their thinking and express their
thoughts with rules of a language. But if their meanings and thoughts have the same connection in the real world, that's another matter.
Everyone puts in words some characteristics of things: determines their quantity, thinks about if it is one or more things, if it is big
or small thing, whether it moves or is immobile, whether it is connected to another thing and how far one thing is from
another, whether it has a structure and works, if a result is produced, if other things mediate its action, in what order do the results
follow, etc. Many examples can be added here and would help us for better understand the rules of thought and what would be a thought
without these rules. Here in the introduction they are avoided.
If many people have an easy view on scientific issues and do not hesitate to disagree with the best trained, this ease is not easily
explained by their "nonsense". They have some margin to think about issues they don't know well. When causes and effects are not easy to
determine by anyone and because all people ultimately try to say a "yes" or a "no" to a connection of known concepts and corresponding
things in accordance with simple rules of logic. The best-educated person who thinks with unfamiliar vocabulary and accurate concepts
confined to things that only an expert has learned, at some moment expert or scientist is forced to think about connecting of all that
he knows with human life and about results in the most complex world. Because if what we learn has nothing to do with our lives and has
no consequences in the world, then these are useless and inapplicable. And then this "expert" and best-educated person inevitably
escapes the narrow realm of his own knowledge and experience ...
The same thing has infinite deviations, behaves differently in contact with different things and with its deviations can be transformed.
The same thing can be presented under a different name, with a different usefulness and for a different result. If we want things to be
special and different, we must take into account their peculiarities. But if we separate them from their peculiarities then knowledge is
for something that is not repeated the same. In order to have knowledge that reveals many things and to be applied with exactly the same
results we need to think about things that are exactly the same and without peculiarities. As we focus on specifics and things are
described differently in more detail (and as specific), knowledge loses the advantage of revealing what other (different) things are and
the likelihood of repeating the same result is reduced. If we want knowledge to be revealing about other things, it must be knowledge of
similarities and commonalities. If the thing is unique, unrepeatable and completely different, then our good knowledge of it is bad
knowledge of other things ...
A common reality where
is not any separated thing
No particular thing determines the reality that everything is shared