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The four values of Triadic Philosophy, taken together and understood, can do no harm.

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The four values of Triadic Philosophy,
taken together and understood,  
can do no harm. 
Indeed to the extent that their  universality is made manifest,  they are a blueprint for  an aestheticallyrealized world.  The root triad  Reality, Ethics and Aesthetics  describes the passage of signs (icons) through the skein of Ethics (indices)  to the plane of human action  which is Aesthetics (symbol).  It is important to stipulate that  while Triadic Philosophy aspires  to describe what is true and beautiful,  the action undertaken  when the triadic process is used  is conscious thought.  Signs crop up in profusion within us,  but the use of Reality, Ethics, Aesthetics  requires that we be aware  of the sign (icon) we are considering,  and that we consciouslysubmit it  to the Ethical (indices) and then to the sphere of actuality or performance,  the Aesthetic or symbolic realm.  It may sound like a bit much,  but with practice it rewards,  because it parses with Reality,  with who we are,  with who we can be. 
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