IS GOD DEAD?" "Plato - the Prophet for the Gentiles" is a written defense of metaphysical reality, which proves why God is real, and that the human intelligence is aware that the knowing of distinctions "precedes thinking" through the simultaneous intelligibility for intelligence that permeates the universe, called "Heaven and Nature"! 400 years before Jesus Christ was born, the philosopher Plato, devoted his life to understanding and rationalizing Socrates'' demand to ''know thyself'', by analyzing ''recognized real objects'', known as timeless, and thus, eternal distinctions. They "have their stand" immediately in the mind, a fact that St. Augustine later called, the "Confrontation Theory of Knowing", which he distinguished from the "active theory of sense perceptions", that is intended and comparing, called "thinking". "Plato - the Prophet for the Gentiles" guides the reader through the meaning and the distinctions of Plato''s teaching, establishing universal, absolute truths, thereby affirming the ''objective'' quality of God as the ''Creator of Nature'' which is rooted in the quality of His ''Self-movement'', the ''auto-kinesis'' called ''psyche'', disproving Aristotle''s critique that Plato''s " 'Metaphysical Reality' is just Transcendental Moonshine!" Nietzsche was wrong when he rejected the human certainty of distinctions, known simultaneously - called also 'immediately'. He disregarded the awareness of 'similarity' or 'likeness' of objects having their 'valid stand' in human intelligence named 'thoughts'. Bertrand Russell admitted this in his "Inquiry into Meaning and Truth". Nietzsche expected horrible consequences for society. But, "God has not died, since His characteristics belong to the intelligibility of eternal being named "reality"." The theologians did err to accept only the written books with which they disregarded the Intelligence of human thoughts to observe the conditions of the Earth with Astronomy. Plato's AcademyÜber den Autor:
The Book is written in memory of Frau Dr. Hoernicke, "Studienraetin for Germanistik und Religion", she was the 'Ordinarius' of our Class,(at the Koenigin Luise Schule in Friedenau) who regretted that I did not study Philosophy at the Univerties , but rather that I made 'my living' as teacher of Ballroom dancing. Where as Georg Lange, Studienrat for Mathematik and Physic, told me - meeting per chance in Berlin- he was pleased that I had not become of "Blau-Strumpf"! (hiding behind books).
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