Roughly speaking, there did and can occur five major events in the universe: 1. the beginning of the universe itself, 2. the emergence of life, 3. the emergence of intelligent life (mind), and possibly, 4. the Realization of Absolutics, and less possibly, 5. the Realization of an "Omnipotence".S/he suggests here that s/he may make happen a greater event than both the beginning of the universe and the Realization of an "Omnipotence"! No one in human history had ever said such a thing even in wildest dreams or jokes. But judging from the circumstances s/he stated, we suspect s/he was definitely serious then. One of us is interested in such "philosophical lunacy" par excellence.
The forth will be the greatest event, and from a teleological point of view, the last. (AsAs event, emphasis ours)
To be more precise, Absolutics is, in fact, not even the ultimate philosophy. It is the Ultimate as such. (AsAs UP, emphasis ours)After all, we don't find it fruitful to force categorizing Absolutics onto particular existent fields or genres. Absolutics is simply a process to realize the ultimate end, and probably we should treat it as such.
Well,... any so-called "search for the Absolute" before Absolutics has never really searched for the Absolute, much less realized It. (AsAs difference, emphasis ours)Although s/he must have been half-kidding then, these words contain some certain truth. Absolutics, by definition, seeks the Absolute as the ultimate end per se, and nothing else at all had ever tried that at least definitely. This is the key difference.