Post Modernism (d)

Five thousand years ago the greater Egyptian, Sumerian, Eastern (defined as pan Arya plus China) civilizations were very mathematically oriented.  Many caucasians appear to believe that these ancient civilizations were racist. Possibly because of this many caucasians believe that math is racist.

 

Another possible reason many caucasians appear to believe that math is racist is because they fear it might unfairly advantages “brown” people (Asians, Arabs, Latinos) and “brown” cultures (eastern philosophy including Toaism and Confucianism, native american religion) at the expense of caucasians in the new global artificial intelligence, neuroscience, genetics economy.

 

Could part of the anger against math come from fear that mathematics, science, technology, seeking the truth through thought, seeking the truth without thought might be haram or blasphemous? (Obviously most Abrahamics do not believe this and this is not a critique of Abrahamism.)

 

I believe that mathematics is part of art; and that it derives from beyond normal gross thought. From what in Sanskrit is called Buddhi, Vijnayamaya Kosha, Ananda Maya Kosha, Sukshma Sharira, Kaarana Sharira, the subtle heavens.

 

Perhaps the anger against mathematics is part of a deeper anger against the subtle heavens? If so, one possible way to look at this is that to transcend the subtle heavens (including mathematics) it might be helpful to love them and love our way through them. Or to love and respect the racist (subtle heavens–including mathematics) until we transcend the various subtleties of thought and feeling.

What are everyone’s thoughts?

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7 Replies to “Post Modernism (d)”

  1. Five thousand years ago the greater Egyptian, Sumerian, Eastern (defined as pan Arya plus China)

    egyptian is not indo-european. sumerian is a linguistic isolate. i doubt they have anything to do with indo-europeans.

    1. In formation generally agree. Which is why Egpytian is mentioned separately from Sumerian and eastern.

      There are deep commonalities. But these could be due to ancient globalization of trade and technology.

  2. Can’t believe I spent 8 minutes and 31 seconds watching that woman and actually spent more time to even bother to write this comment. I have better things to do. Such as doing nothing.

    1. “doing nothing”

      “Or to love and respect the racist (subtle heavens–including mathematics) until we transcend the various subtleties of thought and feeling.”

      “Shunyata”

      Are these the same thing?

  3. The video is a must watch. 🙂

    The super woke lady got roasted. I in fact felt sorry for her. The smirks of the interviewer are so cruel..

  4. Nice to see you back in business. I agree with the general idea of the text. However, the term Caucasian itself is wrong (I wrote before and I will do again when this topic comes). If we ignore terminology the assertion is wrong. The best mathematicians are ‘Caucasians’ (and East Asians). If we see for e.g. the number of medals of ‘Caucasians’ on mathematical, physics and informatique we can see champions – Russians, Serbs, Hungarians, Bulgarians and Chinese (Chinese and American), Korean, etc. The space exploration and top military weapons (where math is the key) are developed by ‘Caucasians’.

    You probably think, and you are right, about American and western ‘Caucasians’, who are lazy and focussed on law, management and social sciences. That is the case with western EU (I wrote couple days ago in a relation to Stani’s assertion that eastern Eu is inferior to western Eu in ‘Why brown Americans find…’)…Also, there was a role of ‘indo-europeans’ in Egypt. I wrote before and recently I presented the map of Sinai where you can see numerous ‘IE’ toponyms as some indication for this link. ‘IEs’ established Ramses dynasty….There will be more…

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