From the Author
In the Name of Real World Views
This work can be rightly called the continuation of the Gurdjieff work in my own way and from my own experience of life as a conscious reflecting being. It is also a form of his continuation by other means. The work is therefore coated with the Gurdjieffian paint from the beginning to the end. No thoughts can proceed without negation of other thoughts, not to speak of such work as fourth way.
The aphoristic, semi-aphoristic, reflective, philosophical musing and critical commentaries on the 'I's and 'it's of man and his social life is comprehensively espoused here. The serious thinker is expected to know the materials of knowledge, to understand them and to work towards his own being.
This work concentrates essentially on the study of man, his 'I's and 'it's, sound and music body, his seeing and responses and the invisible strings that delude him. It investigates man's social life, his quest to be master of himself as well as his three-brained neighbors and the trouble he has caused to society. It also comments on some of the sociocosmic stopinders notably the oskiano stopinder (educational institution) and distinguishes it from the esoteric school, the couple-stopinder (man-woman entity) and the state organization. It briefly explores the soft communications or linkages amongst these sociocosmic entities. The separation between the tritocosmic (man) and the sociocosmic (organization) horse-drawn hackney carriages is recognized to be different.
The author is satirical and blunt in certain occasions over his commentaries about everything existing, and welcome all constructive criticisms.
March 22, 1998
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