Rational Gaudism - The Philosophy of Reason, Liberty and Rational Maximization of Self-happiness

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Rational Gaudism is a complete philosophical system with metaphysics, epistemology, ethics and politics. Metaphysics: Metaphysical ideas are cut down to the absolute minimum that is necessary if further epistemological progression is not to be meaningless / indeterminate. Epistemology: The epistemology is based on strictly logical, rational and scientific principles. Ethics: All human actions are self-happy-motivated, while the ethical guideline is the consequent use of optimal rational evaluations, i.e. to maximize the probability of generating the largest possible sum of self-happiness during life according to basically the same principles as used by natural science. Politics: Rational Gaudism detects the existence of nature-given rights and thus the philosophical basis for all true jurisprudential legitimacy. All other fundaments for legitimacy than the Rational Gaudist one will necessarily meet a contradiction. It is a framework where all politics has to reside in order to be... More > legitimate.< Less
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Third Edition
Sverre-Henning Brorson
November 27, 2017
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