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Questions par Mind Map: Questions

1. Ontological

1.1. Something or thing

1.1.1. What is a thing? What is something?

1.1.1.1. How can I know what something is?

1.1.1.2. How can I identify something?

1.1.2. What is nothing? What is nothingness?

1.2. Identity, Character, Essence.

1.2.1. What is the essence, character, or identity of something?

1.2.1.1. How can an identifier identify the identity of something?

1.2.1.1.1. How can a knower discover the essence of something?

1.2.2. What does it mean for something to have an essence?

1.3. To exist To be

1.3.1. What does it mean for something to exist?

1.3.2. What exist?

1.3.3. What does not exist?

1.3.4. How many things exist?

1.3.5. What is being?

1.3.6. What is Existence?

1.4. To be real

1.4.1. What does it mean for something to be real?

1.4.1.1. How can an identifier identify if something is real?

1.4.1.2. How can a knower know if something is real?

1.4.2. What is real?

1.4.3. What is not real?

1.4.4. How many things are real?

1.4.5. New Topic

1.5. To be actual

1.5.1. What does it mean for something to be actual?

1.5.1.1. How can a person identify and know if something is actual or not?

1.5.2. What is actual?

1.5.3. What is not actual?

1.6. To be true To be correct To be right

1.6.1. What does it mean for something to be true, correct, and right?

1.6.1.1. What does it mean for something to be in accordance with fact or reality?

1.6.2. What types of things can be characterized as true, correct, and right?

1.6.2.1. How can a knower know if something is true, correct, or right?

1.6.2.2. How can an identifier identify if something is true, correct, or right?

1.6.3. What types of things cannot be characterized as true, correct, and right.

1.7. Characteristics Properties  Attributes Aspects Features Traits Etc...

2. Epistemological

2.1. To be wise

2.1.1. What does it for something to be wise?

2.1.2. Wisdom

2.1.2.1. What is wisdom?

2.2. To know

2.2.1. Knower

2.2.1.1. Who or what is a knower? What makes something a Knower? What is the identity of a knower? How many Knowers are there?

2.2.2. Knowledage

2.2.2.1. What is knowledge?

2.2.2.1.1. How can an identifier identify the identity of knowledge?

2.2.2.1.2. How can a learner learn what knowledge is?

2.2.2.2. What are the different types of knowledge?

2.3. To have perspective

2.4. To believe

2.4.1. Believer

2.4.1.1. Who or What is a believer? What makes something a believer? What is the identity of a believer? How many believer's are there?

2.4.2. Beliefs

2.4.2.1. What is a belief? What does it mean to believe in something? What are the different types things a believer can believe in? That is to say what are the different types of beliefs?

2.5. To learn

2.5.1. What does it mean to learn? What types of things can be learned? Who or what is doing the action of learning?

2.6. Fact

2.6.1. What is a fact?

2.7. to justify

2.8. Opinions

2.8.1. What is an opinion?

2.9. To prove

2.9.1. To make evident

2.9.2. To provide evidence

2.9.2.1. What is evidence?

2.9.2.2. What does it mean to prove something? What is being proven? What types of things can be proven?

2.10. To verify

2.11. To falsify

2.11.1. To truthify lol

2.11.2. What does it mean to falsify something? What is being falsified?

2.12. To discover

2.12.1. What does it mean to discover something? Who or what is discovering something?

2.13. To reason. To critically think. To logically think. To clearly think.

2.14. To describe

2.15. To explain

2.16. To observe

2.17. To be aware

2.18. To be conscious of

3. The scientific method

3.1. What is the scientific method?

3.2. Outline of the scientific method

4. Ethical or Moral

4.1. What should a person know?

4.2. What should a person believe?

4.3. What actions should a person do?

4.3.1. What actions should a person not do?

4.4. What should exist?

4.4.1. What should not exist?

4.5. What is good?

4.5.1. What does ot mean for something to be good?

4.5.1.1. How can a knower discover if something is good?

4.5.1.2. How can an identifier identify if something is good?

4.5.2. What is evil?

4.5.2.1. What does it mean for something to be evil?

4.5.3. What is bad?

4.6. What is valuable?

4.6.1. What does it mean to value something?

4.6.2. What is most valuable?

4.6.2.1. How can a person measure how valuable something is?

4.6.2.2. How can a person identify how valuable something is?

4.6.2.3. How can a person know how valuable something is?

4.6.3. What is least valuable?

4.7. What actions and ways of living are functional?

4.8. What actions are correct, right, and true?

4.8.1. What actions are incorrect, wrong, and false?

5. Change or becoming

5.1. What does it mean for something to change?

5.2. What is change?

5.3. To become

5.3.1. To become similar to

5.3.2. To become different than

5.4. To move

5.4.1. To move from one state to another similar/different state.

5.4.2. Something moves from ___ to ___.

5.4.3. To move from potential to actual.

5.4.4. To move from initial state to finial state.

5.4.5. To move from unrealized to realized.

5.4.6. To move from non-being to being

5.5. The actualization of a potential.

5.5.1. The manifestation of something unmanifest

5.5.2. The realization of potential.

6. What refers to the Following

6.1. Something or thing (somethingness or thingness)

6.2. The Subject

6.2.1. The universal mind

6.2.2. The essence

6.2.3. The character

6.2.4. The identity

6.2.5. The substance

6.2.6. The being

6.2.7. The thing in and of itself

6.2.8. God

6.2.9. Unmoved mover

6.3. Object

6.3.1. Abstract Objects

6.3.1.1. Universal forms (essences)

6.3.1.2. Propositions or Statements

6.3.1.2.1. Mathematical propositions

6.3.1.3. Geometric shapes

6.3.1.4. Ideals

6.3.1.4.1. Utopias

6.3.1.4.2. Perfect circles

6.3.1.4.3. Perfect worlds

6.3.1.4.4. Perfect society

6.3.1.4.5. Perfect being

6.3.1.4.6. Perfect human being

6.3.1.4.7. Perfect Character

6.3.1.4.8. Perfect action

6.3.1.4.9. Perfect form of something

6.3.1.4.10. Perfect representation

6.3.1.5. Possibilities or potentialities

6.3.1.5.1. Possible worlds

6.3.1.5.2. Possible beings

6.3.1.5.3. Possible thing

6.3.1.6. Impossibilities

6.3.1.6.1. Impossible things, worlds, Etc

6.3.1.7. Actual things (represenations of)

6.3.1.8. Representations

6.3.1.8.1. Conceptions

6.3.1.8.2. Abstractions

6.3.1.8.3. Theories

6.3.1.8.4. Models

6.3.1.8.5. Principles

6.3.1.8.6. Ideas, notions, concepts, etc.

6.3.1.8.7. Blue-prints

6.3.2. Experiences

6.3.3. Mental States

6.3.3.1. Moods

6.3.3.2. Feelings

6.3.3.3. Attention

6.3.3.4. Emotions

6.3.4. Cognition and Thoughts

6.3.4.1. Thoughts as images or pictures

6.3.4.1.1. Imagination

6.3.4.1.2. Letters

6.3.4.1.3. Geometric shapes and patterns

6.3.4.2. Thoughts as Words and sounds

6.3.4.2.1. Internal monologue or dialogue

6.3.5. Consciousness

6.3.6. Perceptions

6.3.7. Memory

6.3.8. Sensations

6.3.9. Concrete Objects

6.3.9.1. Exemplification

6.3.9.1.1. Instantiation

6.3.9.1.2. Embodiment

6.3.9.1.3. Incarnation

6.3.9.1.4. Expression

6.3.9.1.5. Extension

6.3.9.1.6. Of universal form in external world

6.3.9.2. Essential characteristics + accidental characteristics

7. Why refers to the following

7.1. The reason

7.2. The cause of the effect.

7.3. The explanation

7.3.1. to explain

7.3.1.1. to make plain

7.4. The purpose

7.4.1. The function

7.4.2. The aim

7.4.3. The Telos

7.4.4. The Goal

7.4.5. The End

7.4.6. The finial cause

7.4.7. The objective

7.4.8. The destination

7.4.9. The Target

7.5. The justification

7.6. The motive and intent

7.7. The desire

7.8. The needs

7.9. The conditions

7.10. The dependent factors

7.11. The Will

8. Who refers to the following

8.1. Character, essence, Identity

8.2. Persona

8.2.1. Person

8.2.2. Personality

8.2.3. Personification

8.3. A Being

8.4. An Entity

8.5. Organism

8.6. The Psycho-Physical

9. When refers to the following

9.1. At what moment of time?

9.2. At what moment?

9.3. The past (already has been)

9.3.1. Before

9.4. The present (currently)(now)

9.4.1. Now

9.5. The future (will be)

9.5.1. After

9.6. Eternity

9.7. Time

9.8. Questions about time

9.8.1. How many moments are there?

10. Where refers to the following

10.1. At what point?

10.2. What what Cartesian Coordinate

10.3. At what location?

10.4. At what position?

10.5. At what place?

10.6. Zero dimension (no dimension)

10.6.1. no length

10.6.2. no Cartesian coordinates or points.

10.6.3. No lines

10.6.4. non-spatial or counter-space

10.7. 1st Dimension

10.7.1. Point-line

10.7.2. Length

10.7.3. horizontal or vertical (depends on frame of reference)

10.7.3.1. If horizontal, then possible types of moment are.....

10.7.3.1.1. from right to left (Clockwise)

10.7.3.1.2. from left to right (counter-clockwise)

10.8. 2nd Dimension

10.8.1. Length and Width

10.8.2. point-line-enclosed line (shape)

10.8.2.1. Circle

10.8.3. M^2

10.8.4. Area

10.8.5. horizontal and vertical

10.8.5.1. If only horizontal, then possible types of moment are.....

10.8.5.1.1. from right to left (Clockwise)

10.8.5.1.2. from left to right (counter-clockwise)

10.8.5.2. If only vertical, then possible types of moment are......

10.8.5.2.1. From top to bottom or from up to down.

10.8.5.2.2. From bottom to top or from down to top.

10.8.5.3. if vertical and horizontal, then a possible type of moment is.....

10.8.5.3.1. Diagonal

10.9. 3rd Dimension

10.9.1. Length, Width, Height or depth

10.9.2. Volume

10.9.2.1. Meter^3

10.9.3. Point-line-enclosed line upon point-.........

10.10. What is space?

11. How refers to the following

11.1. Description

11.1.1. In what way

11.1.2. In what manner

11.1.3. In what degree

11.1.4. Quality

11.1.5. In what amount

11.1.6. Quantity

11.2. Explanation

11.2.1. by what means

11.2.2. by what path, road, way

11.2.3. By what method

11.2.4. By what process

12. Some Helping Verbs

12.1. Must

12.1.1. has to

12.1.2. Necessary

12.1.3. essential

12.1.4. The only option

12.1.5. The only way.

12.1.6. It cannot be any other way.

12.2. Should

12.2.1. ought to

12.3. Can

12.3.1. to be able to

12.3.1.1. ___ is able to ___

12.3.2. to have the ability to

12.3.2.1. ___ has the ability to ___

12.3.3. to be capable of

12.3.3.1. ___ is capable of ___.

12.3.4. to have capability to

12.3.4.1. ___ has the capability to ___.

12.3.5. To have the capacity to

12.3.5.1. ___ has the capacity to ___.

12.3.6. has the power to

12.3.6.1. ___ has the power to ___.

12.3.7. has the potential to

12.3.7.1. ___ has the potential to ___.

12.3.8. it is possible for it to

12.3.9. it is logically possible for it to

12.4. Will

12.4.1. it will become ____

12.4.2. it will remain as ___.

12.4.3. it will move from ___ to ___.

13. How many things ___?

13.1. nothing ___

13.1.1. Zero things

13.2. Only one thing

13.3. only two things

13.4. only three things

13.5. Many things ____

13.5.1. Many things ____ and many things do not ____.

13.6. All things ____.

13.6.1. Everything _____.

13.7. An infinite or indefinite number of things _____.

14. Fallacies