Essenceism 2 - “We are from this world”
Part 2 – Ideas of essenceism towards philosophy >>> see below the additional information
Chapter 5 - The special idea of the Original Being
Chapter 6 - The general idea of beings in essenceism
Chapter 7 - Idea of cognition the truth in essenceism
Chapter 8 - Idea of shaping the values in essenceism
Chapter 9 - Idea of the morality in essenceism
Chapter 10 - Idea of the reasoning in essenceism
Chapter 11 - Idea of the beauty related with love
Chapter 12 - Idea of the nature in essenceism
Chapter 13 - Idea of the human origin in essenceism
Chapter 14 - Idea of the knowledge acquisition in essenceism
Chapter 15 - Idea of the origin and existance of religion in essenceism
Ideas of essenceism towards philosophy
Essenceism does not claim the right to create full philosophical theories. Instead, it speaks in the form of ideas on topics that most often deal with philosophy. Of course, it has its ontology, epistemology, axiology and other branches of philosophy, because it creates a compact visual whole. However, it is above all a set of analytical tools for studying phenomena related to the existence of the non-material sphere, and more specifically reality beyond time and space. In its research, essenceism tries to act like a scientific system.
Essenceism towards idealism and materialism
These two philosophical directions: idealism and materialism are fighting an eternal struggle. For many, this struggle boils down to a conflict between religion and science, sometimes even between faith and knowledge. Hundreds, maybe thousands of different philosophical theories have been created within each of these directions.
Essenceism is neither idealism nor materialism. Of course, the claim that there is a "spiritual" First Cause brings it closer to idealism. However, essenceism proclaims that the two basic "sources" of the Creator, that is, His Energy of the First Cause, which is the eternal source of matter and His Personality in the form of His Intelligence of Will and Emotionality, are one. None of these "sources", either material or primary, as well as those representing thought, or causal spirituality, is more important. Materialists claim matter is the first and the secondary spirit, while the idealists put the spirit on the first, causal place. Therefore, due to the equality of spirit and matter in essenceism, it cannot be classified into one of the two mentioned philosophical directions. The previous sentence indicates that neither spirit nor matter can claim a right to any precedence and advantage over one another. In the First Cause, both "material" and "spiritual" are equally important, necessary, and completely integrated, that is, creating an unbreakable unity.
Essenceism is a new system that treats the realm beyond time and space as a reality surrounding the entire universe and penetrated by the Personality of the First Cause. The same applies to the spacetime of the universe, although its penetration through this Personality is indirect in the form of the laws and principles existing there.