93. Logic, Reason, and Coexisting Opposites
As time passed, Plato isolated our reason ability. And Aristotle isolated our logical reasons. Plato's reasons were quiet until the Renaissance. But Aristotle's logical reasons led to many laws until the mind of Nicholas of Cusa appeared in the 15th century and gave new life to Plato's reasons. But in the 18th century, Kant could not unite Plato's reasons and Aristotle's logical reasons.
In the 20th century, writers and empiricists came to the conclusion that our sense-data are primarily symbolic. Thus, the symbols of the early writers were given a new and modern life. With modern symbols our minds are able to make structures of 'facts' and 'laws.' With facts and laws, Aristotle's logical reasons and Plato's reasons are united by me. I bring them together when I unify God and the Universe and prove that God and Universe coexists with the logically related pair of symbols, infinite and finite. As my research moves forward, I bring new logical concepts together in order to understand the Intelligent Design of an active God.
Scientists have learned how to make symbols and give them meanings. They make these symbols and meanings with scientific proofs. They were successful because the nonliving things that they study are sensible and do not reason. However, humans reason continuously. But reason can lead to fear. Thus, some Americans can develop fear about laws of the United Nations (click) and the One World Government (click).
People in any nation should not develop fear of the United Nations or the One World Government. They should have no fear because the long development of the national symbolic languages of every nation are very different. Since the symbols and laws of every nation are slightly different, it is not possible for the United Nations or the One World Government to rule any nation.