It occurs often that we do not want to know about things and contexts that can be known, doing it by negligence or on purpose. We do not take into account their existence in making our decisions that is we consider them nonexistent but after all they very exist in their consequences and hinder us in achieving our goals.
This chapter of the series is examining questions related to the establishment and demolition of a comprehensive horizon. Namely, the situation when the position reached intellectually – due to various reasons – becomes temporarily or permanently untenable in practical behaviour (thus as result also intellectually untenable). The trajectory consists of a rise and a decline or retreat.
It is understandable if someone dos what causes her pleasure. Nevertheless, our pleasures and gratifications, on a shorter or longer term, might threaten our existence. This analysis tries to examine this conflict from many angles.
The first part of this work has already shown that our passions are not the tools for survival. In this part, it will be made clear that a person consequently pursuing freedom can match passions to the great questions of existence in an organic