The Foundation is not a platform for women to battle with the men who strongly value Donald Trump’s version of masculinity. Instead it offers an inquiry into alternative ideas offered by the eternal feminine and provides us access to means to systemically modify how the species interacts with its environment, and specifically nature, and then itself. Humans need to rethink nature and its role in their lives. AI development will not address the issues involved herein. It only expands on the industrial revolution ideal of machine over man. The cosmos is not impressed with human machinery.
The feminine perspective differs. It has a different attitude relative to live and the role of humans in it. The feminine attitude has been kept at bay for several centuries, with great force via the advent of the printing press and the word as written, that forgetful men rely on. Then, via the development and mythology of an industrialization revolution men declared open warfare on nature. Much of this “stems” from and gives support back to a masculine DNA.
Yes, of course there are women exhibiting an anti-feminine, masculine perspective just as there are men illustrating a feminine, non-masculine view. Thus both men and women can illustrate the considerable potential of the feminine for improving the 21st Century beyond the limitations of the masculine. This is a step towards the higher idea of “both plus more” where the more is the ideal.
The quest for the Eternal Feminine is not of the immediate, the masculine or the normal. The Feminine is not to control issues, but to manage them. The Feminine is not limited by either changelessness or timelessness as presented in the logic of Confucius, Parmenides, and Aristotle. The Feminine is instead with the flow of nature via the eternal change seen by Lao Tzu, Socrates and Heraclitus. It is consistent with the Second Law of Thermodynamics, a rule of science virtually ignored in education.
The feminine reconnects the disconnected of the short term to see the longer term consequences of seeking short term success. She avoids Faustian Tragedies while reducing Faustian effects. In this, the feminine occupies eternity.
A symbol of the blood running through the eternal feminine is see in the model of 15th Century Joan of Arc. The masculine has long been fearful of this and continues with burning such at the stake, although in more modern ways.