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Pure Reason

 

The term pure reason, which is a concept within the philosophy of transcendentalism (see Hegelian Utopia), is used to describe the conscious decision to choose to believe that all opposing viewpoints can converge to become synonymous, to choose to believe that all truth is relative (see Relativism), or to choose to conform to a single viewpoint (see Groupthink) in an effort to create world peace and a utopian society. (see Collectivism)

 

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In other words, good will mean bad and bad will mean good, what is good or bad is entirely relative to an individual or society, or that everyone will agree on a single definition of what good is and a single definition of what bad is.

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