K. Brown II
certainty is a misnomer; however, there are optional opinions.
Optional opinions are beliefs based on certain knowledge. Beliefs are
associations to conditions, are an individual's (psychological) effect
to (traditional, philosophical, democratic) causes during interaction.
Knowledge is a convention of wisdom, is the individual's explanation,
justification, and/or rationalization of what occurs during an interaction.
Therefore, optional opinions are conditions freely associated to a convention
of wisdom; optional opinions are perceived effects to causes that are
based on certainties derived from an explanation, justification and/or
rationalization of a situation encircling an interaction.
opinions catalyze relationships. Relationships are situated by cooperative
interaction, and are relative to layers of cooperation that link a type
of knowledge consistent with a belief. The layers of cooperation that
serve as a portal for certainty are personal, professional, and political.
relationships requires interacting on the various layers. There is a simplistic
understanding between individuals who interact on a single layer, however,
in most situations, interaction tends to occur on more than one layer
and thus understanding is more circuitous.
the permutational paradigms of layering personal, professional
and political cooperation through interaction, this essay will discuss
the simplicity and circuity of understanding the optional opinions presented
within free associations.