Utalitarianism (which I also call Homogeneity or Spritualism)

Care to seek similarities can be an essence of both respect with care for one another and of comparability-based reasoning  -  such as, for example, most of the logic in math. Also, reason can spring from that to the extent one finds comparability, one can emphasize likenesses and thus more easily draw conclusions from one thing, person, scenario or so to another. Mutuality of care or respect usually means that there can  -  much more easily, I think  -  be peace at hand, or so.

Part of homogeneity is very much also that whatever is there in it can be accounted for in similar enough ways for there to be a consistency about it all. This consistency can be used for accounting for these things the same way, by the same measurement entities. In this,, homogeneity is more or less necessary for logic, since logic is about applying rules to matters.

In other words, homogeneity is a belief that stands for accepting potential differences to be viewed as likenesses, and this yields comparability, which can  -  very often  -  be used for logic. Even so, however, such compatibility does not easily mean that there are not different sides to matters. Instead it means that to the extent there are, they can be found alike and usually (I think) defined in terms of one another. Thereby, homogeneity  -  of the kind that I'm speaking about  -  is sometimes what one uses for example for checkers and so. It is thereby likely, I find, to be what is there in our left brain hemisphere. But it usually is more flexible than that, because it usually, I believe, is more into more thorough heterogeneity than there is to just math. In combining the two, one usually is lesser about heterogeneity than homogeneity, which yields the correctness that our minds work on every now and then, right!?

Sexuality is not always as bad as the  hypnotism and so can be when it really is bad. But, rather, sexuality is not as harmless as just being into fairly modest control over the would be hypnotism and so of that 256, which really does do some, occasionally quite  -  or even extremely  -  serious, harm, sometimes, if one is not careful.

It is quite often that personal aspirations, and to some extent even personality in general is strengthened, rather than weakened, by homogeneity. Indeed, a person can emphasize h'self by use of it  -  at least by use of contrast with it. Such contrast can become manifest to the extent that homogeneity is set to be defined as meaningful. Homogeneity with a spirit of such meaning for it can be cynical and is to the extent the spirit of meaning to it is not also inclined for heterogeneity of interpretation. This can happen when all homogeneity is about logic  -  but actually not only then. ...

It seems to me that there is an strong emphasis on personal aspiration in contexts of for example games and contests. Not all contests are peaceful, however. one might even think of war as being such a contest. But, I think that endeavor for homogeneity  -  at least to the extent its for homogeneity that isn't too cynically inspired  - can tend to turn war into contests of fair play and so.

Unlike heterogeneity, anyway, homogeneity is sort of simple about meaning or not  -  that is it is so at least about meaning steps. In other words a meaning for homogeneity either is there or it isn't there; never both, or in-between, I think. ... In a sense, I guess this might seem obvious, since partiality of a meaning step can (I guess) be viewed as differentiation between meaning step or not, which seems too heterogeneous for genuine homogeneity. Right?

Either way, there are to homogeneity some hidden possibilities. Because one can, in homogeneity have notions of what it would be to certify one's point or points of view. That is, one's intentions can, at least seemingly, be there to justify thoughts about how to meaningfully justify homogeneous thoughts. This is true, I think in ne way about long term intentions, and in another about short term ones. The latter I also believe much to receive feedback from heterogeneity. It is of ten expectation categories. The long term feedback I talk about is of thirteen.

Anyway, if one for example feels hungry and has a homogeneous thought about how to deal with the situation, then the hunger motivates clarity on why one should be finding it homogeneous to eat.
The short term intentions then show themselves to be of feedback-inclined heterogeneity when the hunger leads one to want to imagine what one can be about for strengthening ones harmony. The long term intentions one deals with can be that one feels homogeneous about having a right to stay alive. This can strengthen ones survival by viewing negligence as something wrong in being the opposite of one's long term intentions, and thereby something to be specified as unimportant enough not to be allowed to be in the way for one's survival.

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