Is the most obvious characteristic of sz thought (here “en vitro” as well out there “en vivo”)
polarizing perception into absolute, total mental inventions of…
“one thing or another” (nothing in between)
“either / or” (no other possibilities)
“all right or all wrong” (no ambiguities or complexities allowed)
“all good or all evil” (no moral relativism or part good & part bad)
“all this or all that” (limiting an explanation to the stipulated possibilities)
Isn’t actual reality – or “what is” – outside of these mental impositions?
Aren’t there actually possibilities beyond those at the ends of a spectrum?
Does reality exist in our heads or “out there” in the world?
Where do you think most of us got the five ideas listed above?