Critique of Practical Religion - Division II - Transubstantiative Logic



In the second Division of the Critique of Pure Religion, we have learned to insert “emotions containing logical thought” into the realm of argument. And, the structure of the proposed argument containing “logical emotions” is transformed into the current conscious of the student or teacher. The advancement within Humanity of “Intella-Emotive Reasoning” can occur with any secondary emotion. But, with the advancement of “Transubstantiative Logic”, we are learning to insert “raw emotions” into the realm of argument as sustaining the final finished argument of “Transformative Logic” has been difficult to the student or teacher of “Transformative Logic”.


And, with this original argument of “Transubstantiative Logic”, the forging of the advance of “Transformative Logic” is achieved by providing the “argumentative energy” to sustain the required “raw emotion” of the arguer into the realm of religion. But, sustaining the required “argumentative energy” might be difficult to the bearer of religion. However, with this form of reasoning, the essentials of “raw emotions” that are inserted or formed after the process of “Transformative Logic”, will be able to enhance the “logical potency” of “Intella-Emotive Reasoning”. But, the next question arises.


“How do we sustain the “logical potency” of “Transformative Logic”?


First, we must follow the rules of “Transformative Logic” in order to achieve the insertion of the “primary emotions of substance” as we follow the trichotomy of Rene Descartes, Francis Bacon, and Immanuel Kant in order to complete the transformation of inserting “raw emotions”. Each system is unique where processing the “raw emotions” is transformed in the required energy of a heighten path of reasoning. It may be difficult at first to implement the systems of philosophy into the realm of religion, but with time, patience, and clarity, it can be found to serve the “grand purpose” of influencing the logical and emotional thought of reasoning and emotion into the realm of religion. Yet, sustaining the necessary potency of this logical and emotional system, it brings forth a sense of clarity of human logic and emotion into the realm of argument.


This original system of “logical and emotional thought” has never been attempted in the history of philosophy and religion, as it's “fresh start” in Humanity to rationally justify the processes the human mind and heart where the necessary and essential potency is required to advance this unique process of logic and emotions. Yet, it can be done if all of the essential steps are followed to the processing structure.



Conceptual Mathematical Formula of Transubstantiative Logic


E= m1/2 ABC



1.) If something is 100% true and conceivable then on to the next step of conceptual formalization.



2.) Figure in the Kantian Manifold of Conceptual Formulation:


1.) Analytical Clarites


1.A.) Apperception


1.B.) Intuition


1.C.) Cognition



2.) Synthetic A priori's


2.A.) Transcendental Analytics of the Synthetic Apperception


2.B.) Transcendental Analytics of the Synthetic Intuition


3.C.) Transcendental Analytics of the Synthetic Conceptualization



3.) Substance of Mass


3.A.) Transcendental Cognitive Formulation of Motion


3.B.) Transcendental Conversion of the Trichotomy


3.C.) Transcendental Motion of Conceptual Energy



2.) After completion of transformation, complete it by inserting “raw emotion” into the moderation of the completed argument.


3.) Follow Rene Descartes method of deduction.


3.A.) Good rules work


3.B.) Ascend to the complex


3.C.) Simplify, Simplify, Simplify


4.) If something is not 100% true, then the substantiation cannot occur. If so, then move to the next step.


5.) If substantiation is achievable, then “classify raw emotion” according to Aristotle's primary and secondary classifications of substance.


Examples of “Raw Emotions” containing no logical thought.


5.A.) Happy


5.B.) Sad


5.C.) Angry


5.) After “raw emotion” is classified in Aristotle's primary or secondary classification, then use Rene Descartes deduction method.


6.) Then, use Immanuel Kant's classification of substance according to the “dependent classification”.


7.) After the classification, substantiation can only occur if “raw emotion” is approved.



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