# Taking a step backward to move forward

Plato had a strong intuition, but he did not turn it into a rational way to define concepts. Aristotle settled for a way to describe objects. Geneosophy deals with concepts.

Plato had a strong intuition, but he did not turn it into a rational way to define concepts. Aristotle settled for a way to describe objects. Geneosophy deals with concepts.

This article suggests that the scientific community is far from reaching a consensus. While I concur with the premise that our current paradigm falls short in answering this question, I part ways with the view that we are at the beginning of our journey. In fact, we have developed Geneosophy,

Today, I was having a conversation with one of the individuals I collaborate with on Geneosophy. As is often the case, I asked him if we haven't collectively lost our minds with Geneosophy. This question arises because when you delve into Geneosophic comprehension, you enter a realm where

This is an unusually long post, but also quite interesting in my humble opinion. Given the extraordinary success of large language models (LLMs), such as ChatGPT, how should their capabilities be evaluated? Will LLMs eventually replace humans in their jobs, or will they primarily serve as productivity tools, similar to

I am currently working on Formal Geneosophy, which deals with the practical applications of Theoretical Geneosophy. I was tempted to describe the tools developed within Formal Geneosophy as the Algebra of Possibilities. However, algebra deals with actualities or the manipulation of numbers and equations. The term "algebra" comes