Explain the Religious Origins of Modern Thinking
  • Modern thinking is rooted in the Christian dogma of nature’s depersonalization
  • Christianity created this dogma to replace pagan religions that personalized nature
  • Materialism, mathematization, and mechanism emerged from Christian dogmas
  • Enlightement extended the radical individualism of Reformation to all of reality
  • The Christian idea of contract law was extended to create social and natural laws
  • Greek ideas of Axiomatization and Logicization were coopted during Englightenment
Establish the Pervasive Failure of Modern Thinking
  • Prevalence of inconsistency vs. incompleteness pattern in all modern subjects
  • Incompleteness appears as a shortfall in prediction and explanation in all theories
  • Inconsistency appears as contradictory models of different aspects of same phenomena
  • Attempts to increase consistency produce less completeness and theories narrow
  • Attempts to increase completeness produce less consistency and theories diverge
  • Failure due to binary logic, objectivity, quantification, and instrumentation
Establish an Alternative Religious Foundation of Science
  • The personalization of nature is an alternative foundation of science
  • The ontology of objects is replaced by the ontology of persons in this science
  • Six-aspect personhood of will, intention, emotion, cognition, conation, and relation
  • Aspected, Hierarchical, Non-Reducible, Inseparable, Qualitative, and Moral reality
  • Axiomatic Logic replaced by the rationality of Self-Discovery and Self-Correction
  • An alternative religious doctrine creates an alternative model of science
Establish the Pervasive Relevance of Vedic Philosophy
  • The ideology of personhood resolves all problems of modern scientific thinking
  • It leads us to conceive all reality personally rather than via depersonalization
  • Use of Bhedābheda principle and qualities is necessary and sufficient for science
  • Its pervasive usefulness proves that the principle is consistent and complete
  • All departments and subjects can be united by a common principle and ideology
  • Progress in understanding any subject aids progress in all other subjects
Assist the Understanding of Vedic Philosophy
  • The meaning of the Bhedābheda principle or distinctness with inseparability
  • How Bhedābheda originates in the six complementary aspects of personhood
  • Each aspect is distinct as nouns and inseparable from others as adjectives and verbs
  • Bhedābheda, qualities, and non-binary modal reasoning are logically equivalent
  • Qualities produce hierarchies of parts within the whole creating a hierarchical space
  • Alternating complementary aspects leads to cyclical models of change
Explain the Emergence of Alternative Ideas
  • Nothingness is the deep sleep stage of a person that neglects all the six aspects
  • Self-awareness is the waking stage of a free but undefined individual
  • Oneness is the dreaming state in which others become self-created delusions
  • Individualism is the waking stage of a person controlling others by laws
  • Materialism is the waking stage of a person completely controlled by laws
  • Liberalism is the waking stage of lawless, anarchist, and conflicted persons
Establish the Unity of Vedic Philosophy
  • Everything is a different kind of spirit and a partial aspect of the whole spirit
  • The interaction of whole and part or part and part, is based upon qualities
  • The non-contradiction between the different interpretations of Vedānta
  • The non-contradiction between Vedānta, Sāñkhya, Yoga, Nyāya, Vaiśeṣika, and Mīmāṃsā
  • The non-contradiction between Shaivism, Shaktism, and Vaishnavism
  • The non-contradiction between Darśana, Upaniśad, Purāṇa, Tantra, Itihāsa, Saṃhitā
Present the Scientific Path to Complete Truth, Right, and Good
  • Reality is a ladder of rungs comprising better and worse truth, right, and good
  • Falsity is the illusion that a lower rung is the highest, and the rejection of higher rungs
  • Falsity leads to immorality and then to suffering to make us search for higher rungs
  • As a person ascends the rungs of the ladder, he arrives at better truth, right, and good
  • Each step reduces inconsistency and incompleteness, confirming that it is progress
  • The Supreme truth, right, and good is free of all inconsistencies and incompleteness