|Vilqins Mapit Qofi|
|Born||2 Slime 1 BAZ (Age 23)|
Kais Termina, Arcadian Altanate
The Course of Empire
Philosophy of mind
Vilqins Qofi (Arcadian: [ˈvil.kinz ˈmɐ.pit ˈkɔ.fi]; Classical Terminan: [ˈwɪl.kɪnz ˈma.pɪt ˈkɔɸiː]; Vilqins Mapit Qofi; born 2 Slime, -1 A.Z.) is an Arcadian polymath that is active as a political philosopher, metaphysician, physicist, moral philosopher, and ontologist. He is known for his work 'Qadiumo', in which he argues for absolutism, and 'Physcis', in which he argues that the Universe is composed of five indivisible elements.
He was raised to follow the Mufijo Faith, but he ended up losing all faith when he read other religious texts like the Book of the Hole and the Codex Carnis. He realised that almost all religious texts have the same message and all have similar gods.
He calls himself an agnostic theist, for he believes that a deity or deities is necessary for the universe to have existed and that an afterlife is the only possible solution for souls free of their body, but he doesn't believe in any specific deity or deities, nor in any properties of them.
Qadiumo outlines his system of a perfect government, where one man controls all, because he believes that order is necessary to stay away from the state of nature, which separates us from the animals. He sees democracy as one step closer to becoming but another animal, for it is putting the hands of ruling into the hands of the unknowing populace which only has the goal for the most freedom, when that is against what they should want.
He doesn't support monarchies. This is because he sees them as giving unready rulers legitimacy. He proposes a dictatorship of the most fit, determined by the previous leader, and if a leader isn't the most fit, then it should be easy for them to be overthrown, resulting in the best fit being chosen.
Year 22 A.Z. Ethnologue
In this ethnologue, he goes over the ethnicities of the World, their characteristics, location, language, and more. This ethnologue is severely outdated, as it doesn't have ethnicities such as the Tahalo.
Mind and Body
'Mind and Body' is a writing concerning the inner workings of the mind and what it is. He discusses how the Mind exists in the Ablaze Plane (Nether) and how minds, or souls, exist in soul sand and soul soil, and by destroying these soul-imbued materials, you are destroying the souls inside of them. He also briefly mentions his belief in the existence of the Material Plane (Overworld), Ablaze Plane (Nether), Outer Plane (End), and Astral Plane (Aether). He also discusses the body and how the mind, that exists in the Ablaze Plane, interacts with the body, that exists in the Material Plane, coming to the conclusion that the brain is able to communicate between planes, specially the Ablaze and Material, in order to allow the mind and the body to interact.An excerpt reads:
"The mind is a special thing. It is possible to rip out of the skull of any being, so it is material, But yet, it produces things that are immaterial; thoughts, emotions, feelings, sensations, and much more. So is the mind even material in the first place?
Is it possible that the mind and the brain arew two separate entities?
Yes.The brain is but a cage for the mind. Once the brain is destroyed, the mind can either roam the World, or can go to the Aether to be judged."
The Course of Empire: An In-Depth Analysis of Imperialism and Empires
Logic and Sets: Analysis of Mathematical and Philosophical Logic in Terms of Sets
Mathematical Principles of the Natural World
Analysis of the Tolshevik Revolution and Stahlfaustian Aggression
Soft Determinism: A Compromise Between Hard Determinism and Libertarianism