Triadic Philosophy thinks in triads or threes.
This means that when we consciously
receive a sign or a word or a thought
we regard it as the First or Reality.
The Second in Triadic Philosophy is Ethics
which means that the First
(whatever it may be)
immediately becomes subsumed
by the ensuing encounter with the ethical realm.
In Triadic Philosophy this means that
our reality encounters Tolerance, Helpfulness,
Democracy and Non-Idolatry.
These are the ontological values of Triadic Philosophy
and can be shown to be, taken together,
the very engines of human progress.
The result of this encounter is a dyad
which is then linked to the Third,
or Aesthetic, realm.
This realm is the point at which
the rubber hits the road.
It is the point at which the thinking process
moves from consideration to activation,
to actualization, to our reality with a small r.
If the sign was poverty
and the dominant ethical response
was the felt need for more democracy,
then the Aesthetic response would be
whatever strikes you as an action
or effort or experiment that has elements of
truth and beauty.
Note that the Triadic Philosophy thought process
precludes many elements of harm.
In Triadic Philosophy
harm is synonymous with evil,
particularly when it is sustained
and intentional and tends
toward violence and even death.