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  • Materialism can not exists without Idealism

    The whole world exists by its parts and counterparts, yin and yang. The materialistic world is tangible and ending, the spiritual world is intangible and does not know time. Like the spiritual world, the materialistic world moves by the play of opponents forces trying to fulfill each other emptiness. Just like the spiritual world, the materialistic world moves through a period of thesis followed by a period of anti-thesis.

    But as we trying to comprehend this, even our thoughts and the development of philosophies on our existence and the universe, is following these laws. Materialism can not exists and understood without the knowledge and understanding of spiritual. So it is not materialism OR idealism, but it is the collision of both dogma's that will give mankind the true insight of why we exists....

  • Assuming that we exist...

    Everyone understands reality their own way however if we want to take the next step to begin finding what is true in reality, we need to make assumption that first, we exist. Idealists believe that your mind is beyond that of materialistic form, however if your mind is damaged, your own perception of reality is as well. One would also assume that being idealistic means you are somehow unique in the universe, beyond that of anything else, to that I say that's how damaging it could be to perceive reality in a idealistic form. You live, then you die and it's as simple as that, your atoms which once were forged in the middle of stars slowly creep back into the abyss of entropy.

  • Yes. Materialism is true.

    Everything is made up of atoms. Which is proof that everything is made up of materials. Idealism is wrong as, idealism can't tell what is real and what isn't. It also doesn't account for different minds. If two or more of my friends are looking at a painting. We are looking at the same painting. If we have different minds .If we have different minds, than shouldn't our minds construct the world differently? If different minds construct things differently than shouldn't we see the world and the painting differently? So, how can we perceive the same painting if we have minds that are differently constructing the world? If two or more people can perceive the same thing than it must exist independently from our minds. It is irrational and impossible for everything to be an idea.

  • Idealism is the only truth

    Materialism would not exist without idealism. Besides the earth and sky, nothing in this world has been (existed) until it was thought of and brought to life. Additionally, materialism is only temporary and eventually ceases to exist. Idealism can survive so long as a mind is there to conceive it. Finally, materialism can be taken, lost, or discarded and is really never in a fixed state where as idealism is eternally constant in the minds of those who conceive.

  • Idealism can not exists without Materialism

    The whole world exists by its parts and counterparts, yin and yang. The materialistic world is tangible and ending, the spiritual world is intangible and does not know time. Like the materialistic world, the spiritual world moves by the play of opponents forces trying to fulfill each other emptiness. Just like the materialistic world, the spiritual world moves through a period of thesis followed by a period of anti-thesis.

    But as we trying to comprehend this, even our thoughts and the development of philosophies on our existence and the universe, is following these laws. Idealism can not exists and understood without the knowledge and understanding of materialism. So it is not idealism OR materialism, but it is the collision of both dogma's that will give mankind the true insight of why we exists....

  • The Material is the clue

    Idealism is clearly the truth. Let's say you had no perception, no consciousness. Then all this material stuff could still be going on but it wouldn't matter at all so it would be the same as if it wasn't going on. The material is the clue to how the ideal works.


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