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  1. Neo-creationism between science and obscurantism Every generations has its own grasp of reality. New quests in rediscovering old things can lead to improve results. As an apple means a very different thing for our ancestors and gains other implications for us along time. As the world is in need to unify opinions and became conscious that parts growing do not mean the same thing with a whole world that grows. This might one of the motivationof Neo-creationism's born. The Science can explain things only in the restrained frame that also The Science builds along time for its self from obscurantist empiric ideas. Science is struggling to identify Neo-creationism as being one statement that deserve to be scientific. Science do not have momentary all the instruments to test itself for being scientific or not, from its perspective of testing all theories. EventuallySciencewill chose consider Neo-creationism obscurant from same reasoning that also science consider love being only proven chemistry effect.

  2. TRUTH THEORIES • Correspondence theory • Constructivist epistemiology • Consensus theory • Pragmatic theory • Pluralist theory • Minimalist theory • Performative theory • Redundancy theory • Formal theory • Truth in mathematics • Semantic theory • Kripke's theory 1870 The Truth, by Jules Lefevre That is representing a nude holdind both a mirror and a snake as symbols of truth's implications

  3. TRUTH THEORIES • Consensus theory of truthConsensus theory holds that truth is whatever is agreed upon, or in some versions, might come to be agreed upon, by some specified group. Such a group might include all human beings, or a subset of consisting of more than one person. Among the current advocates of consensus theory as a useful accounting of the concept of "truth" is the philosopher Habermas who maintains that truth is what would be agreed upon in an ideal speech situation – that is found within communication between individuals when their speech is governed by basic, but required and implied, rules. • The topic of Neo-creationism accomplish the required rules for an ideal comunication : • 1. Every subject with the competence to speak and act is allowed to take part in a discourse. • 2. Everyone is allowed to question any assertion whatever. • 3. Everyone is allowed to introduce any assertion whatever into the discourse. • 4. Everyone is allowed to express his attitudes, desires and needs. • 5. No speaker may be prevented, by internal or external coercion, from exercising his rights as laid down in (1,2,3,4).

  4. TRUTH THEORIES • Correspondence theory of truth or objective reality Correspondence theories state that true beliefs and true statements correspond to the actual state of affairs. This type of theory posits a relationship between thoughts or statements on the one hand, and things or objects on the other. It is a traditional model which goes back at least to some of the classical Greek philosophers such as Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. This class of theories holds that the truth or the falsity of a representation is determined in principle solely by how it relates to "things", by whether it accurately describes those "things". • We are in a world that transcend through science the known saying “Seeing is believing”. And it is expected for the better to be this way. Neo-creationist hypothesis is only proved by our immediate reality and this can be acceptable as a truth.

  5. TRUTH THEORIES • Correspondence theory of truth or objective reality Correspondence theories state that true beliefs and true statements correspond to the actual state of affairs. This type of theory posits a relationship between thoughts or statements on the one hand, and things or objects on the other. It is a traditional model which goes back at least to some of the classical Greek philosophers such as Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. This class of theories holds that the truth or the falsity of a representation is determined in principle solely by how it relates to "things", by whether it accurately describes those "things". • We are in a world that transcend through science the known saying “Seeing is believing”. And it is expected for the better to be this way. Neo-creationist hypothesis is only proved by our immediate reality and this can be acceptable as a truth.

  6. TRUTH THEORIES Formal theories Truth in Logic, Validity, Fact, and Interpretation A necessary truthis a statement which is true in all possible worlds. A logical truth is a necessary truth of which is determined by its so-called logical constants (eg. if, then, or, and not, every). A contingency is not a necessary truth and its truth depends upon the world. "All bachelors are unmarried" a necessary truth but not a logical truth. One theory is that necessary truths are all and only analytic truths - true because of their meanings, but this is disputed. • .

  7. Analytical and philosophical approach of the truth value of a statement

  8. Ancient Philosophers • Ancient philosophers The ancient Greek origins of the words "true" and "truth" have some consistent definitions throughout great spans of history that were often associated with topics of logic, geometry, mathematics, deduction, induction, and natural philosophy. • Socrates's, Plato's and Aristotle's ideas about truth are commonly seen as consistent with correspondence theory. In his Metaphysics, Aristotle stated: “To say of what is that it is not, or of what is not that it is, is false; while to say of what is that it is, and of what is not that it is not, is true”. Most influential is his claim in De Interpretatione (16a3) that thoughts are “likenessess” (homoiosis) of things. Very similar statements can also be found in Plato (Cratylus 385b2, Sophist 263b). • Although he nowhere defines truth in terms of a thought's likeness to a thing or fact, it is clear that such a definition would fit well into an overall philosophy.

  9. Medieval philophers • Thomas Aquinas stated in his Disputed Questions on Truth: A natural thing, being placed between two intellects, is called true, insofar as it conforms to either. It is said to be true with respect to its conformity with the divine intellect insofar as it fulfills the end to which it was ordained by the divine intellect... With respect to its conformity with a human intellect, a thing is said to be true insofar as it is such as to cause a true estimate about itself. Thus, for Aquinas, the truth of the human intellect (logical truth) is based on the truth in things (ontological truth). Following this, he wrote an elegant re-statement of Aristotle's view in his Summa Teologicae : Veritas est adæquatio intellectus et rei. Truth is the conformity of the intellect to the things. Aquinas also said that real things participate in the act of being of the Creator God who is Subsistent Being, Intelligence, and Truth. Thus, these beings possess the light of intelligibility and are knowable. These things (beings; reality) are the foundation of the truth that is found in the human mind, when it acquires knowledge of things, first through the senses, then through the understanding and the judgement done by reason. For Aquinas, human intelligence="intus" (within) + "legere"(to read) has the capability to reach the essence and existence of things because it has a non-material, spiritual element, although some moral, educational, andother elements might interfere with its capability.

  10. Modern Philosophers • Robert Wicks discusses Nietzsche's basic view of truth as follows: Some scholars regard Nietzsche's 1873 unpublished essay, "On Truth and Lies in a Nonmoral Sense" as a keystone in his thought. In this essay, Nietzsche rejects the idea of universal constants, and claims that what we call "truth" is only "a mobile army of metaphors, metonyms, and anthropomorphisms." His view at this time is that arbitrariness completely prevailswithin human experience: concepts originate via the very artistic transference of nerve stimuli into images; "truth" is nothing more than the invention of fixed conventions for merely practical purposes, especially those of repose, security and consistence. And might be so, but someone who can berecognized as being more pragmatical, through his legacy to the world – Einstein, used to say that he spliced humans in two groups – one who chooses to believe that magic exist in everything that surround them, and another who believes that nothing is magic in this world, and he chooses to be amongst the first group.

  11. Symbolism of the theory In European esoteric philosophies - symbolically our word may be reduced to four simple elements meaning :fire – creation, start of action ; earth – material, shape, stability ; water – emotions, transformations ; air – movement, inspiration, intelligence. An esoterist philosopher could translate the Genesis in a way like this : God having the inspiration (air) of creating (fire) life, gave us shape from soil (earth) mixed with water (emotions), after his own face and resemblance. • The psychologist, Carl Jung, who studied archetypes, proposed an alternative definition of symbol, distinguishing it from the term "sign". In Jung's view - a sign stands for something known, as a word stands for its referent. He contrasted this with symbol, which he used to stand for something that is unknownand that cannot be made clear or precise.An example of a symbol in this sense is Christ as a symbol of the archetype called “self"

  12. The symbolism of Neo-creationism • The symbolism of Neo-creationism is being a part of the Permanent Quest of Humanity for Its Origins is also semantically represented in almost all spoken language as the saying : Who was first, The Egg or The Chicken ? And there is no a right or wronganswers – there is only Yin-Yangs in a perpetual movement to regain The Equilibrium through acceptance of being. • We keep forgeting what enlightened human beings were trying to teach us in more than one ways : “The time was invented just for things not to happen all in the same time”-Einstein. And there are not such things as directions for this search Above or Up for Our Origins– or Under or Down - for finding Our Roots. • Scientific Research of Neo-creationism is simply The Enlightement In The Dark Of Obscurency in itself that must go on for and ineach one of us on the infinite way ofMoebus's Band.

  13. THECONCLUSION • Our endless struggle to rediscovery of our Roots by recreating Life might be The Old Fashion To Move A Rock - like we were educated ourselves to Think.. • Or is simply The Paradoxic Truth that Our Origins were not Created yet.