Andrius Kulikauskas

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Let Me Think, Truth and Values, Truth

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Investigating Absolute Truth

Dr. Andrius Kulikauskas: I lead Math 4 Wisdom, an investigatory community for absolute truth.

My quest is to know everything and apply that knowledge usefully. Since 1982, I have documented a language of the cognitive frameworks which express the limits of my imagination. I have presented my findings in 40 academic talks including three at the World Congress of Philosophy. The academic prejudice against absolute truth is very strong. I have a PhD in Math, and so in 2022 I started Math 4 Wisdom to show where these frameworks appear in advanced mathematics. However, my focus is on wisdom, which is much broader than math.

Outreach for Achieving Critical Mass

Currently, Math 4 Wisdom has 10 active participants, including 5 PhDs. We exchange emails at the Math 4 Wisdom discussion group. I have uploaded 30 videos to the Math 4 Wisdom You Tube channel and they have received 3,000 views. I am reaching out so that twelve months from now we would have 100 active participants, including 50 PhDs. At that point I may be able to provide for myself through Patreon support, or alternatively, through part time work that I can get through our network, perhaps organizing teams of specialists.

Developing a Code of Conduct for Engaging Online Investigatory Communities

It is very natural for me to reach out through other online investigatory communities. However, this can be problematic because such efforts can be perceived as destructive and can trigger immune system responses. I think it would be meaningful for interested communities to develop a flexible "code of conduct" that would clarify how best to pursue symbiosis, collaboration, cross-pollination and outreach.

Investigating the Science of Love

Very few people identify with absolute truth. Curiously, each person has their own relationship with truth. I have been interviewing people about that and also their deepest values in life, which are likewise unique. I am creating a map of the landscape of truth, which may also serve as a map of deepest values, which all seem to be aspects of love. Additionally, I am drawing on an earlier study I made of 17 theories of truth. I now suspect that the Landscape of Truth is established on an alphabet of 24 aspects of truth, which are perceived through 24 kinds of oneness, which spell out the myriad aspects of love that we manifest as our better angels, our deepest values. I am developing a map with which to engage individuals and groups to consider that we have different relationships with truth, we privilege different aspects of reality, we prioritize different motivations. I am looking for individuals and groups who would appreciate such a map in trying to work together. I think such a map would function practically as the absolute truth I seek.

The Myth of the Wombling

At some point, in the womb, each of us became conscious. As womblings, we thought in terms of the same absolutely true, fundamental, innate, visceral, abstract, holistic language of cognitive frameworks of perspectives. The simplest frameworks are the divisions of everything into two perspectives for existence (as with free will and fate), three perspectives for participation (the learning cycle of taking a stand, following through, and reflecting) and four perspectives for knowledge (whether, what, how, why). Subsequently, we were thrust out into the world, we found ourselves within a society, we were socialized to use a facile, spurious, foreign language of words. Nevertheless, within each of us remains our primordial, native, absolute language, by which we ground our existential determinations, phenomenological interpretations, structural distinctions and pragmatic orientations. We can let go of the logic of the external world, we can embrace the insistence of our internal world, we can reconstruct the language of the womb, we can speak it consciously and be understood absolutely. In our community, Math 4 Wisdom, we grow fluent in this language of wondrous wisdom, by which we recognize that life is unfair and we understand that God does not have to be good. We ourselves learn forever, grow forever, live forever, individually and collectively.

Synergy from Working in Parallel

Math 4 Wisdom is focused on interaction at the level of future, current and former graduate students but in the youthful spirit of the educational children's show "Sesame Street". Each new participant typically represents some fringe in our existing society, opens up new possiblities and further validates through our unifying culture that we share some absolute truth, however tentative. Currently, I and my colleagues are investigating in several directions.

  • We are organizing a study group of "divisions of everything" as they appear in math and physics.
  • We are collecting examples of how thinkers have described cognitive frameworks.
  • We are sharing our relationships with truth and our deepest values and developing a map of Truth and Love.
  • We are reaching out to online investigatory communities to create opportunities for synergy.
  • We are nurturing young geniuses to help them manifest their imagination and grow in rigor.
  • We are developing the practice of wisdom as peacemakers
  • We are developing a demolitional, self-critical humor of mythology, including wondrous wisdom.
  • I am presenting the language of cognitive frameworks with a series of videos on wondrous wisdom.

All of these activities and more help us learn, speak, develop and apply the language of wisdom. We are growing a community, culture, movement and civilization of absolute truth.


Aslam: The "myth of the wombling" reminds me of language Freire uses in his book about unfinishedness in being and critical epistemological curiosity. I think you will enjoy reading the book if you have not already read it. Also, I look forward to joining Math 4 Wisdom.

Anya: The search for absolute truth thorugh absolute knowledge is noble and beautiful. I'm curious about your investigations into relationships people have with absolute truth - how do you define it when you ask? Very curious about and interested in the map you are developing.

Joshua: What is the method / what are the practices by which one can access Absolute Truth? What is absolute truth? When one accesses Absolute Truth, how do they know they have? I much appreciate the vision of a Code of Conduct that is inclusive to thinkers who are on the fringes of society.

Isa: I am curious about the maps you are developing and how they will be shared / used within your community. What do these maps tell us about the community and do their individual life experience interfere with "absolute"-ness?

Jakeem: We should have a class here on math. I can help you recruit PhDs and non-PhDs. I would like to discuss peace-making possibilities. Example, Taos visits us.

Jermane: Why focus on geniuses but teach at Sesame Street level? Is academic / degreed / qualified knowledge the only thing that matters? Who decides? What does it mean to "identify" with absolute truth? Can you sum it up in a sentence? What is the relationship between truth and values. Can you sum that up in a sentence? What is the relationship between truth and love? Can you sum that up in a sentence? What if you've already discovered absolute truth and just haven't realized it?

Samuel: I am curious to see if math can be used to pin down "absolute truth". I am confident that 4+4=8, but I wonder if that is considered "absolute truth" in your perspective?

Jay: Define terms. What is meant by "absolute truth". Adjacent research: Anekantavada. Joe Edelman and the Institute for Advancing Meaning. I'd be interested to see some this expressed in pattern language formats. Authentic research may require cultivating a more agnostic lens. I really enjoy and value conversations around relationship to truth, but when we get to putting those discussions into a framework then it gets less comfortable. Giving scholars tools, patterns and examples to talk about such things would be useful. So it may be easier to frame it as research into relationships to truth and also share your own relationship. Would be interested to see the research.


  • Can you give an example of something that is absolutely true?
  • Consider comparing your 24 aspects of truth with the 9 personality types of the enneagrams.
  • Is absolute language mathematical? Or akin to Chomsky's deep language?


  • So you locate absolute truth, then what? What is the point?
  • Is absolute truth eternal?
  • Is the return to the womb necessary / needed?


  • What are these online investigatory communities about?
  • How do people unlearn the lies of the logic of the external world?


  • I like the notion of a map. Accessible but also infinitely complex.
  • Have you read Bell Hooks, All About Love ?
  • There's also a great deal of new writing on love via affect theory, which connects to quantum entanglement and math stuff via Karen Barad and others.
  • I'm interested in the language of the womb. Psychoanalysis might be a useful lens. (Lacan and Klein on infant development of self.) Also Bracha Ettinger's work, womb-oriented theory, on the Matrixial ! Theorist and artist like you.
  • Remind me to send you Jamieson Webster's piece on Ettinger and the Matrixial. Consider her discourse on "wound-space," trauma, and listening.

"Matrixial sublimation happens at the periphery of language and image, not entirely separate from them, requiring what Bracha might call experimental links at the border. Like Ariadne, the psychoanalyst follows these strings in the form of listening that we practice, and we have to experiment with speaking to what we hear. We reach past individuals to something transindividual; we reach past reality, to something she calls the subreal. We might name this the intergenerational transmission of trauma which cuts across the pathos of our individually experienced pain. We might also call this creativity—what we know beyond the conscious constraints of what we are allowed to know..."

What can awareness of the landscape of truth contribute to a network of investigatory communities?

  • What can awareness of the landscape of truth contribute to a network of investigatory communities?
    • What are the relationships that people have with truth?
      • How can those relationships be understood in terms of a landscape of truth?
      • What is the place of absolute truth within that landscape of truth?
    • What investigatory communities are there?
      • What are the goals and approaches of these investigatory communities?
      • How can investigatory communities be understood in terms of the landscape of truth?
      • How do and how could investigatory communities work together?
      • How could the landscape of truth help investigatory communities work together?
    • Who cares about absolute truth and why?
      • Who cares about wisdom and why, now and in the past?
      • What concepts and activities can ground a shared language of wisdom?
      • What concepts and activities do not help and why?
      • What roles could Math 4 Wisdom play within a network of learning communities?
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