Talk:Life/Life and Love!

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Fields[edit]

Perhaps the first step with Life/Irrefutable Truths of Life is to decide what field the manuscript is in. Life is usually associated ontologically with special types of organic matter. Love is usually associated with social affections.

Plants are alive and we eat portions of them. Perhaps they love us for eating portions of them or more probable for growing more of them way beyond their natural levels.

A key phrase is in line 8: "Everybody should live forever with love for life and love for everybody." Physically, the universe is not known to be infinite, more likely infinity terms like "forever" are not a subject of reality.

In line 8, there is "Life is always eternal because of life itself". Life may have existed on Mars but so far does not, at least not found as yet after some 40 years of searching. The use of another infinity term suggests this work is not referring to reality.

Can this work be separated from "stream of consciousness"? --Marshallsumter (discusscontribs) 02:30, 11 March 2017 (UTC)

Poetry[edit]

Line 17: "To be is to love life." Rocks exist but do not love life!

Line 24: "Every feeling is always love for life." Feelings and emotion are affections. The quoted phrase is not true because emotion is a personal affection, whereas love is a sympathetic affection.

Line 26: "Love for life is peace." Peace is a condition not equivalent to love. Peace ≠ peacefulness ≈ serenity.

Line 31: "Life and Love for life are the main proofs of Life." is circular reasoning. This does not appear to be philosophy.

This does not appear to be historical.

It is not music or art.

Line 54: "Consciousness is understanding." Consciousness (awareness) ≠ wisdom (understanding).

This does not focus on a human culture.

This does not discuss divine things so is not theology.

It does not appear to use reasoning so is not sociology, anthropology, sociobiology, regions, or social sciences.

This does not involve ethics, jurisprudence, languages (only two), or praxeology.

"Irrefutable truths" appears to be a metaphor. This does not contain laws.

This may be poetry (free verse). --Marshallsumter (discusscontribs) 01:52, 12 March 2017 (UTC)

First review[edit]

The above two sections: Fields and Poetry demonstrate this is not a science manuscript but is poetry! I recommend against publication until these concerns are appropriately addressed. --Marshallsumter (discusscontribs) 15:30, 1 May 2017 (UTC)