On the Various Intellectual Manifestations Associated with Incorrect Paradigms
by Lee Duane FitzSimmons
Oftentimes, there are many different sorts of intellectual manifestations that occur on a psychological level whenever an entity subscribes to the belief structure of an incorrect paradigm of reality. The most common sorts of these manifestations are those that consist of incorrect knowledge gathering due to the overwhelming ignorance that is required to sustain the fundamental belief structures of such paradigms. Such is the natural outcome that occurs when there are basic flaws in the foundational structure that establishes the reality of the world within which the psyche of an individual resides. This structure must be built properly in order to maintain a healthy psychological balance.
Another type of manifestation that occurs is the unhealthy overemphasis on detailed minutia in a certain field or area of knowledge. The reason for this occurence is because the mind needs some sort of distraction in order to prevent it from accidentally discovering any sort of trigger that would cause the true paradigm of actual reality from manifesting itself within the individual's cognitive realms. Thus, the gathering of insignificant and trivial data becomes commonplace, so the intellect will be kept too busy to notice anything else.
The last manifestation that will be discussed is the overall lack of development in all of an individual's basic mental abilities. This situation occurs due to the lack of motivation required in order to make the intellect function correctly. Proper motivation cannot be sustained in an environment where all of the parts of the mental machine are either not present or not functioning properly. This horrendous state of the mental faculties is almost always present in the mind of every person that embraces any false belief structure propagated by any incorrect paradigm.
Therefore, it is imperative that the intellectual faculties always remain aware of the true state of reality so that intellectual and empathic growth can remain constant.
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Copyright 2013 by Lee Fitzsimmons