Intelligent Inquiry (II)     

Intelligent Inquiry is an ongoing process that continually seeks an expansion of knowledge with an emphasis upon keeping an open mind concerning alternative theory.

If the acquired knowledge is something new or alternative, it is added to an existing  superstructure of knowledge until it, or its precedent, can be discarded as no longer relevant.

Knowledge is discarded, or held in abeyance, depending upon its applicability, as judged upon the following four principles:

  1.) Individualism/Imagination
       (as applied to that which lives,
        which must be stressed whenever
        appropriate);
  2.) Philosophical Logic;
  3.) Scientific Method, and;
  4.) Observation.

The abbreviations:  II and IPSO are often used to designate Intelligent Inquiry.


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