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Contranegationalism is a philosophical

approach based on dissatisfaction with

existing academic standards of definition,
refutations of secular worldviews, and poor
standards of exegesis and hermeneutics
with regard to defined Christian Worldview.
Using Observational practices one
approaches a subject using deductive logic
and comparison, particularly the technique
of immediate inference known as the
Contrapositive. Holding values as Absolute,
Exclusive, Relative, or Inclusive, one can
determine the overall logical compatibility
of a concept within the overall paradigm of
that view. As this is a collection of
philosophical arguments based on the
Christian perspective, many of the proofs
come from Biblical sources. This view also
expressed as its highest principal that in all
things, God is central.

The Philosophy of Observational Dissatisfaction

Michael Wright Updated 11/20/2012

Basic Definition: The Philosophy of Observational Dissatisfaction

Initial Rendition of the Advancing Argument in Elementary Expression:

The Philosophy of Observational Dissatisfaction, Contradiction, and Divergence, with neutral

intent to empirical investigation and critical analysis of achievable harmonization to the

Basic Principals of Absolute Authority with regard to Judicious Dominion (Implied by the
Principles of the Imago Dei)
o Truth, Justice, Morality, Social Structures, Knowledge, Legislation, Theistic
The Analysis of Functional, Judicial, and Responsible Discipline towards the implications
of the following;
o Science, Judicial Authority, Secularization, Absolute Significance of Human Value
and Apperception, Incumbent Erudition, Objective Economics, the Institution of
Family and Inherent Principals, the Agency of Entrusted Interpretation, Social
Conscience, Disciplined Creativity, and Qualitative Collegial or Synergic


While Presupposition is a rejected term of Contranegationalism and will be explained later, it is

initially necessary to affirm basic, unwavering affirmative principles that stand as absolute,
guiding the Contranegational process to fruition. These are not presupposition but postulate
certitudes that stand as confirmable factualism that for now we will refer to as admissions.

1. God is the center of all things.

2. Ethics
a. [currently working on]
3. Truth
a. Absolute Versus Relative
i. Absolute Truth is grounded in the centricity of God.
ii. Relativism
1. There are no absolute truths.
a. Most Postmodern inferences as such are made
i. Ontological Relativism is fraught with
Performative contradiction. The very statement
There are no absolute truths is a performative
contradiction, in that the statement itself
cannot be concluded as absolutely true without
contradicting itself, in the same way a living
person might claim I am dead or Everything I
say is a lie.
b. Social Constructivism is an example of epistemological
claims that are by nature agnostic to truth claims.
i. Congregationalism regards social constructivism
as faulty in its premises and definitions, perhaps
mainly in its foundation in Direct and Indirect
Realism (the idea that truth is altered by
perception and/or illusion).
ii. Having rejected this, Contranegationalism does
recognize a form of Social Construction (the
divergent point being Constructivism is
improperly associated due to its centricity to
epistemological or constructed realities).
Perhaps a better term is Anointed Advocate
Tribunal. This will be expounded under Ethics.


The examination of existing human based Theocratic systems, in showing that the only true
Theocracy is one in which Christ is literally in the highest seat of authority.

This document is a Thesis in progress Copyright Michael Wright 2012. Last Updated 11/20/2012