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Benjamin-Newton Really Mobile: Long Explanation

Network Introduction by Ben Huot

Confused about the world today? Want a simple, direct, and clear explanation? Read my books. My writing is like poetry meets encyclopedia. You will find nothing like this online or in print. All of this writing is available at no cost. I have a steady income and a lot of time, as well as an unusual perspective. This website network and these books are my way of trying to make the world a better place.

There are a lot of other (non-fiction) things I write about, as well, like what it is like to have Schizophrenia, secrets to my website design, and a completely different political and religious point of view. My point of view is partially based on my experience enlisted in the military and later living with Schizophrenia for over 15 years. It is also heavily influenced by my decades long (and continuing) study of world religions and world history (after ancient history and before modern times).

I follow my theories with practical advice and do what I recommend others do. You can make the world a better place. Just remember to think for yourself (this is what studying philosophy should teach you). Learn from my writings and experience, but come to your own conclusions. I am likely wrong on a lot of things, as are even the greatest thinkers, throughout history. I write what I believe, but you need to make your own choices, based on your own experience and your own understanding of yourself and the world.

I teach the exact opposite of the medieval philosophy of Thomas Aquinas. Instead of understanding God, to the limits of reason and then using faith, to reach beyond that, I believe that faith is the primary means with which we should understand God and the use of reason, to explain the Bible and God, is a secondary and subordinate pursuit. It is dangerous, to base your faith on reason, because someone could then change your mind, just because they are better at arguing.

One of the things people often assume is that arguments are all based on reason, and to understand how I explain things, it is important to understand that I am not trying to be rational. I do not believe that you will change your views, even if I was able to form a superior reasonable argument for it. The basis for my faith is not rational either. If you think pursuing truth without using reason is nonsense, then you probably won't agree with what I have to say. Yes, I actually believe that and yes I do see some humor in that as well.

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Ideology

Experiences

Technical

Philosophical Influences

Biblical

  1. Apostle Paul
  2. Apostle John
  3. Prophet Jeremiah
  4. Prophet Nehemiah
  5. Prophet Elijah
  6. King Solomon
  7. King David

Chinese

  1. Chuang Tzu
  2. Hsun Tzu
  3. Bodhidharma
  4. Dogen
  5. Han Shan
  6. Li Po
  7. Tu Fu

Other Asian and African

  1. Al-Ghazzali
  2. Hafiz
  3. Kabir
  4. Kebra Nagast
  5. Archbishop Desmund Tutu

Existential

  1. Kierkegaard
  2. Camus
  3. Viktor Frankl
  4. Tolstoy
  5. Dostoevsky
  6. Nietzsche

Renaissance and Enlightenment

  1. Meister Eckhart
  2. Erasmus
  3. Montaigne
  4. Berkeley
  5. Locke
  6. Spinoza

One of the re-occurring issues I have, when using other people's services is that I either get classified as "Evangelical" (because of my faith) or "New Age," (because of my interest in major world religions, philosophy, literature, and world history), both of which are fundamentally inconsistent with my worldview and I go to great lengths, to avoid learning about or working with either.

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