Symbeiism initiates multidimensional thinking, with respect to a universe of new opportunities made available by introducing scientific contributions, methodologies, processes and concepts that are unprecedented in their functionality, efficiency and effectiveness.
- Idealism is right in so far as it recognizes the perceptions of the subject to be the data of experience.
- Realism is right in so far as it recognizes the reality of the objects of experience.
- Skepticism is justified to propose doubt as a necessary stage in the evolution of thought in order to free one from the vain assertions of dogmatism and to lead us to a critically established and irrefutable philosophy, a philosophy of science.
At the same time:
- Idealism (or rather Spiritualism) is wrong in so far as it limits itself and does not go beyond the sphere of subjective perception, attempting to explain the world from spirit and the subjective element alone.
- Realism (or rather Materialism) is wrong in so far as it limits itself to the material element of the object and attempts to explain the world from matter alone.
- Skepticism (or rather Agnosticism, the institutional skepticism) is unjustifiable in so far as there are no correctly formulated problems that are not solvable.
The phenomena of knowledge and intelligence are the facts of reality; there is no unconditioned, nor absolute existence behind them. Knowledge and intelligence open to debate and criticism establishes new data and the idea of anything unknowable becomes non existent.