Sunday 7 January 2007

It's not a philosophy!

Otoom is not a philosophy!

It describes the underlying dynamics that make up the mind, and it enables an observer to analyse their occurrences in the real world.

Hence a particular scenario is not identified in the positive or negative because of one's culture, religion, or personality. Under Otoom, what is functional or dysfunctional depends on that dynamic's situatedness within its domain. As always, this goes for any scale.

The application of Otoom sits atop culture, religion, or personal preferences. Just as electricity behaves the same regardless of who the user is.

Under the auspices of Otoom large or small behaviour opens itself up to scrutiny: The West, the Iraq war, religion, morals, how we digest the news, women and men (why do they bother??)... and much more.

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