Intrinsic value, a term in ethics

Intrinsic value, a term in ethics

It is absolute certainty of valuable existing in us and among us, undoubtedly undeniable worth and meaning. One can think it is unmeasurable, uncountable. It is not necessary to humans to acknowledge. So, to say art has absolute value, mathematical term, intrinsic value, what is it that is valuable in art? Its mere existence, it is made by someone, it is a message of what? To understand value is to grow value something, what we most value in humans and how we become to value something is through necessity, guidance and skill. Our needs bring value. What kind of needs do we have other than basic ones to stay alive?

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spheroid, or ellipsoid of revolution, is a quadric surface obtained by rotating an ellipse about one of its principal axes; in other words, an ellipsoid with two equal semi-diameters. A spheroid has circular symmetry.

If the ellipse is rotated about its major axis, the result is a prolate (elongated) spheroid, shaped like an American football or rugby ball. If the ellipse is rotated about its minor axis, the result is an oblate (flattened) spheroid, shaped like a lentil. If the generating ellipse is a circle, the result is a sphere. from Wikipedia

Celestial bodies

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1a(1)the action by a celestial body of going round in an orbit or elliptical course, also apparent movement of such a body round the earth

(2)the time taken by a celestial body to make a complete round in its orbit

(3)the rotation of a celestial body on its axis.

Stemming from the Latin revolvere “to turn, roll back,” revolution originally referred to the circuit of the stars through the sky. Today, it still means circuit when talking about the RPM, or revolutions per minute, in an engine. A revolution is also a drastic change in a field such as the fashion industry or technology, or similarly, a sudden, often violent uprising from the people to change the political system.

Revolution is the key to preserving our natural rights.

Revolution of macaroni and cheese.

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orbital rotation – motion of an object in an orbit around a fixed point; “satellites in orbital rotation”

spin – a swift whirling motion (usually of a missile)Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection. © 2003-2012 Princeton University, Farlex Inc.
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revolutionnoun1. revolt, rising, coup, rebellion, uprising, mutiny, insurgency, coup d’état, putsch after the French Revolution 2. transformation,

revolutionnrevolution[revəˈluːʃən]1 (the act of making) a successful, violent attempt to change or remove a government etc the American Revolution.2 a complete change in ideas, methods etc There’s been a complete revolution in the way things are done in this office.3 a complete circle or turn round a central point, axis etc (eg as made by a record turning on a record-player, or the Earth moving on its axis or round the Sun). 

adjrevoˈlutionary1 involving or causing great changes in ideas, methods etc a revolutionary new process for making paper.2 of a revolution against a government etc revolutionary activities.

npluralrevoˈlutionaries – a person who takes part in, or is in favour of, (a) revolution. 

vrevoˈlutionize, ˌrevoˈlutioniseto cause great changes in (ideas, methods etc) This new machinery will revolutionize the paper-making industry.

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It is rude. It is vividly bestial, ferocious, human. Checked the dictionary, cruel has many synonyms.
There are numerous ways of manifesting nuances, tones, bones, parts to play. 

Sacred terror like hiding as a game,
front sweet hereafter, door in your children, door to your children, it is open.
Of course you can see the holy untouchables, mountains they clime. Soft sugar and his name that sat on him was dead, 

hell followed him. Orange afterglow, how to, to know
stupid concepts of correctness, accuracy, just and just that
feel the hate creating a human god. 

Ekpyrosis. Beautiful word. 

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(in this poem I have used the word clime as a verb and interestingly it is pronounced the same way as climb. Maybe it is ok, maybe it is weird, the better.)

Natural body

In a Swedish movie I am Curious Yellow (1967) by Vilgot Sjöman in one scene two girls sit on the floor. They are making a memo of how to make a revolution. One says: Social democracy: Is a guilty conscience. Thinking continues: Means to do revolution: demonstrations, hunger strike, sit-ins, refusal to pay taxes, sabotage, economical and social boycott, paralyze the whole society, general strike, DIY, a workout with princess Birgitta, well.

What would natural be for us but birth, intercourse, other bodily functions, illnesses, secretions, smells, animals and our linkage to them, instincts, gut feelings, getting old, earth, dirt, water, air, fear and dying. There are those sides to the unlikeable, inconvenient and bestially awkward things in the decaying natural. For the modern human natural is something avoidable and scary, unknown even, but sellable and beautiful at the same time. Much of these naturalist functions we dislike and feel disgusted by that belong to our existence and decaying, have been and are veiled as ugly and perverse intimate and shameful. To preserve our dignity, to avoid the strangeness of falling apart and smelling to other people, to protect the modern face of eternal-like youth, respectability, status and strength, we keep quiet, keep it together and perfume ourselves. To avoid the shame of being and looking weak, from letting the inside be seen, control it may be called, us the control freaks not showing anything wrong in the picture? To let us forget or remember how much part of the nature we are, have been and will become since we are conceived, have been born and are going to die and have been wealthy for so little time and our life expectancy is far longer than ever before. We don’t want to touch the slime, shit, dirt, garbage, death or smell for a good reason, we fear those things, not to speak wiping someone’s behind as it is to say one is a humble and small servant. It is a distant and frightening picture of the future (servitude and living with little is not a wanted path), kept distant, unfamiliar, untouchable, it happens to someone else now, but not me, we wish to be kings and queens posing. Cruel and inevitable, but unrealistic, unbelievable is the fact of our insignificance. Realism being unrealistic is the new normal. For those who think they have not lived enough or the right way, there are questionnaires of what will you probably regret of not having done before you die. Eternity and preserving the illusion of entailing piece of godly-like superiority, staying healthy and how to do it, how is the best way, who looks best and longest and most glamorously. We still do, despite all the Gallup polls carried out, compare each other and our possessions, which pile up even tough many say it is meaningless, it is how and why our economy works or doesn’t work. Is looking good more of a thing for the wealthy, as it seems the poor are gaining weight and looks have become a tool of getting a job, being noticed in a good way. Competition happens on the surface of things, swipe left.

According to Lacan sexual difference does not place any specific feature onto ‘true’ biological polarity, but states clear symbolic antagonism. Maybe I understand it wrong or not at all, meaning that our sexes, our anatomy and biology do not tell or dictate our qualities, but we like to dictate them? Relevant point of view in terms of equality plainly put, but is it true? We are not equal in terms of our capabilities, our bodies and sexes are very different to each other, what comes to opportunities hopefully equality happens. It is the forced juxtaposition that brings in the crucial problematics socially and culturally, sexism enhanced, female body having a more visible and painful connection to the natural. One seems always remain in the class-society, one seen as equal to from where one is, what one does as work, where one comes from can be like a stain, women as the inferior sex, femininity as something stupid and weak, as are children. It’s a bloody act stating our belonging to nature and living in a modern society with very natural instincts, stating our dependency on each other and need to put down the competitor. What is proven to be true, human weakness or the constant violence of our nature and the inevitability of large number of people losing miserably? rid ourselves of all our shame when we talk to the analyst.” ” Lacan’s assertion, La femme n’existe pas – ‘Woman does not exist’,”

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Definition of revolution

1a(1): the action by a celestial body of going round in an orbit or elliptical course, also : apparent movement of such a body round the earth
(2): the time taken by a celestial body to make a complete round in its orbit
(3): the rotation of a celestial body on its axis.

Stemming from the Latin revolvere “to turn, roll back,” revolution originally referred to the circuit of the stars through the sky. Today, it still means circuit when talking about the RPM, or revolutions per minute, in an engine. A revolution is also a drastic change in a field such as the fashion industry or technology, or similarly, a sudden, often violent uprising from the people to change the political system.

Revolution is the key to preserving our natural rights.

Revolution of macaroni and cheese.

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Young Turk, term for a tyrannical or unmanageable man, based on the members of a party of Turkish agitators that brought about the revolution of 1908.

Revolution: a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving: “The industrial revolution was also a cultural revolution” alteration, change, modification – an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; “the change was intended to increase sales”; this storm is certainly a change for the worse”; “the neighbourhood had undergone few modifications since his last visit years ago”.

Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution – a radical reform in China initiated by Mao Zedong in 1975 and carried out largely by the Red Guard; intended to eliminate counterrevolutionary elements in the government, it resulted in purges of the intellectuals and socioeconomic chaos.

Thesaurus, Farlex Trivia Dictionary

To smudge, mess, break, disturb, move, make noise, to be heard, picture of a burning car, people holding pictures, bankrolls with slogans, posters, prints, events, interventions, riots to throw stones, destroy shops, banks, public spaces, spray cans, holding hands in fists, holding hands, there is the blame, something has caused a problem, which has been going on and now people look for something else, a change to provoke, to make. Who is it that begins, what is the cause to begin, a riot starter. What happens, how message to gather is put forward? What kind of message gets the attention, gets acknowledged within thousands of people? Serious environmental issues, serious human rights violations, economical problems, political injustices. There has to be inspiration, a dramatic need for change, means for change or to find means for change for the better. Something other than rebellion? To empower the powerless, what gives power to the individual who is in the situation of having nothing, is nothing in the eyes of the establishment, facing violence, oppression, hatred, in need of help. Civil war, uprising, ethnic problems, if someone who has nothing rises up, what one needs to be heard? Tactics of the small individual among many.

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Revolution: the motion of an object around a point, especially round another object or a centre of mass. A single complete cycle of such motion.

Usage: in everyday speech revolution and rotation are often used as synonyms, but in science they are not synonyms and have distinct meanings. The difference between the two terms lies in the location of the central axis that the object turns about. If the axis is outside the body itself that is, if the object is orbiting about another object then one complete orbit is called a revolution. But if the object is turning about an axis that passes trough itself, then one complete cycle is called a rotation. This difference is often summed up in the statement: Earth rotates on its axis and revolves around the Sun.

The American Heritage, science dictionary.






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Revolution: Government, politics and diplomacy, the overthrow or repudiation of a regime or political system by the governed.
Government, politics and diplomacy in Marxist theory, the violent and historically necessary transition from one system of production in a society to the next, as from feudalism to capitalism. A far-reaching and drastic change, especially in ideas and methods. Movement in or as if in a circle. One complete turn in such a circle, a turntable rotating 33 revolutions per minute.

Revolution, the act of making a successful, violent attempt to change or remove a government. A complete change in ideas, methods et cetera. “There’s been a complete revolution in the way things are done in this office.” A complete circle or turn round a central point, axis et cetera, as made by a record turning on a record player or the Earth moving on its axis or round the Sun.

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