I don't think so... everything is the inclusion of all, nothing is the exclusion of all...
people use sub-everythings for instance 'everything in this room', which means they are talking about a part of everything, but the basic concept is still all inclusive it isn't everything in the room meaning everything except...
The consciousness of humans is tainted by conditioning. Humans are the sum total of what other people want you to be and unless people can learn to know the difference and shed the conditioning to ensure freewill. then consciousness should be changed to unconsciousness.
Good point - twisted - but good. If I were to adopt your question for the sake of this thread I would say, "Yes", and "No". Man uses words to describe that which he/she perceives as absolute. Given that then I guess one can say that "absolute" is a matter of personal perception.
Is the definition of absolute, absolute? Brilliant aren't you? Provide your absolute definition of absolute. I hope your definition is absolute and not philosophical. Did you pull it from the Oxford or from Webster? I heard those Oxford definitions are absolute.
Main Entry: ab·so·lute Pronunciation: \ˈab-sə-ˌlüt, ˌab-sə-ˈ\ Function: adjective Etymology: Middle English absolut, from Anglo-French, from Latin absolutus, from past participle of absolvere to set free, absolve Date: 14th century 1 a : free from imperfection : perfect <it is a most absolute and excellent horse — Shakespeare> b : free or relatively free from mixture : pure <absolute alcohol> c : outright, unmitigated <an absolute lie> 2 : being, governed by, or characteristic of a ruler or authority completely free from constitutional or other restraint <absolute power> 3 a : standing apart from a normal or usual syntactical relation with other words or sentence elements <the absolute construction this being the case in the sentence “this being the case, let us go”> b of an adjective or possessive pronoun : standing alone without a modified substantive <blind in “help the blind” and ours in “your work and ours” are absolute> c of a verb : having no object in the particular construction under consideration though normally transitive <kill in “if looks could kill” is an absolute verb> 4 : having no restriction, exception, or qualification <an absolute requirement> <absolute freedom> 5 : positive, unquestionable <absolute proof> 6 a : independent of arbitrary standards of measurement b : relating to or derived in the simplest manner from the fundamental units of length, mass, and time <absolute electric units> c : relating to, measured on, or being a temperature scale based on absolute zero <absolute temperature>; specifically : kelvin <10° absolute> 7 : fundamental, ultimate <absolute knowledge> 8 : perfectly embodying the nature of a thing <absolute justice> 9 : being self-sufficient and free of external references or relationships <an absolute term in logic> <absolute music> 10 : being the true distance from an aircraft to the earth's surface <absolute altitude
There are levels of consciousness, so this 'whole' is not correct. Complete consciousness? When you are able to take your consciousness outside of your own brain, then you will see how incomplete consciousness is. Our consciousness is limited by our conditioning.
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