Three and Then Some
Triadic Philosophy is in a unique way, a people’s alternative to just thinking. It is a way of thinking. It assumes that there are three stages in forming a useful thought. Three ontological words that are consistent from thought to thought. 1. Tolerance. 2. Helpfulness. 3. Democracy. These describe the qualifications of any subject. Tolerance should be the chosen character of all dealings as well as with oneself. Helpfulness. The posture of all actions should aim at helping. And one’s attitude should be universally democratic, honoring the sovereignty (freedom) of every last individual.