There appears to be in today’s society an inability to handle the intent of language, but some argue this is not the same thing as stupidity. The difference between stupidity and the former is vague in my opinion. A clarification is required. Language, in a human use, specifically addresses the human capacity for gathering empirical (experience) and rational (reason) data that is used in a complex system to form communication. Stupidity, according to many, is consider the quality or state of being stupid. According to modern English the word "stupid" has a broad range of applications. More commonly the word is rewarded the meaning of a slow mind (implicating a lack of intelligence or reason). In other words, a person can imagine language as a mechanical system. As a whole we identify this system as language, but our basic understanding comes from our sources of data. In this sense, we use the components to truly identify the whole because we rely on the capacity of what we have gathered. Understanding the above allows us to ask the following question. Can a person be stupid for mis-handling language. The simple answer is yes. The question actually comes in two parts. The mis-handling of language can occur during two key components. The first component of reason is basically the ability to comprehend and infer. In this case, the answer to question is yes…simply yes. Since the mis-handling of language implies some momentary lack of reason. The second component is empirical based. If an intelligent person were to make a mistake due to improper education. They have mis-handled language through a lack of intelligence. Once again the question is answered with yes. Since the mis-handling of language implies a lack of intelligence. The above is only in reference to the basic understanding of language. A basic understanding of language implies an ordinary quickness to not only identity the whole, but a keenness to the components. In this way we address the original topic in today’s society. In short the above would imply that an inability to handle the intent of language at a basic level. Does indeed implicate stupidity. A clarification of a basic level of language is also needed. Which will be addressed in part two.
“When we choose to develop our lives, we give the opportunity of development to many others around us. This is not only a concern of our nature, but a deeply rooted obligation to our morality.”—The Federalist
-The Federalist- The Basic Introduction Of A Specie-(No. 01, 2011)
The truth is we as collaborative specie can live united under one conceptional tree of thought, but unfortunately we have long forgotten about reality and the conceptional peace entitled with reality. We live under fallacious ethics’ of governments, deteriorating religious’ structures, corrupted institutions of education, and our conscious will leave us no other choice but to be cruel. Our ways can no longer be just in which we have injected drugs of hate into one another…burning one another to only end in destroying hopes of love, wisdom, and the justice of equality. Still we sleep so willingly in the say of war, in the business of selling human beings as properties of profiteering only to be reminded we are the direct result of all the sadness and frustrations in the world.
The general understanding is that man is created equally, but through life we learn the true balance of nature and the vast inequalities that constantly alter the operations of our everyday life. There has been no species in the known history of our planet that has had the innate ability to save it’s given nature wholly, but with this great genetic task we have failed utterly. Our world is torn, with it’s sprit at a constant breaking, and we are found only to remain blind. Blind to the blood shed spilled through out the Middle East with the rally cries of the innocence in such sky’s. Blinded to the suffocation of voices in Africa that remain thirsty for some hope. Blind to the drug of ignorance spreading in the West that teaches us the comparison to hate, but to this seems to be no end. In such a world we readily stand idle to not fight for such people in the belief that none would do the same for us.
I speak my thoughts out for my conscious will not let me rest idly while it opens me unkindly to the tragedies we have given in the wake of a state of devastation. I find the thought of a mind that does not constantly trouble itself with rationalizing the temperamental gravity of our actions in times of such desperation startling with such a emphasis on factious iridescence. The ancient logicians have passed in an echoing transmission through the worlds of all mankind. The suffering that can never be enough, and the breakage of one specie into many different folds.
The truth is we as collaborative specie can live united under one conceptional tree of thought, but this monumental change is one that requires the unanimous voluntary choice of all beings and not a just few. A choice for simplistic peace, and a life that dies unbounded to an end unfounded.
I only choose not to be kept blinded and bonded to a life left to be alone filled with such unkindness. I’m troubled to fathom the belief for a god or devil when man himself is evidently capable of both roles. The actions of purity are capable of being seen in all of us, but in thee end we find ease in being blinded and performing the darkest sinister deeds with thee least of intentions. What belief is necessary for a god or devil if we are more then willing to cast out one for the other, while we unknowingly preach the exile.
I ask only for my mind to be in a life with peace that lives through a world collaboratively with no gods or devils, and only just men. Yet I could never come to expect in my life time or my children’s to see any caliber of perfect work from such imperfect men. I can only strive for the structure which breeds the acceptance of our innate justice that stands the testament of time willingly open for ages to come.
“I could never come to expect in my life time or my children’s to see any caliber of perfect work from such imperfect men.”—Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 85, 1788 (Revised By The Federalist No. 01, 2011)