Left undefined, 'Enlightenment' means too many things to different people.
I would think that an 'Enlightenment' is a new or improved social concept. What does it mean to you?
in the context of reality.
I think that by expanding on old concepts that add utility is a good place to start. When we are able to come together as a group and able to see logical consistencies or patterns of consistency then we are able to expand on neglected concepts.
but to argue the point I'd need to know what old concept you propose to rehabilitate or expand on and how. Reality is too large a concept to talk abstractly about.
. . . Pro-social Psychopathy. . .
Example. "Pro-social Psychopathy. Have you ever heard of such a thing?
The 'sufferer' isn't so much psychopathic
he/she is bored shitless with social convention and seeking their 'high' in pursuits that social norms might not recognize as 'healthy'.
'Science' then interprets this as them saying "**** society".
Leadfoot Quote:" 'Science' then interprets this as them saying "**** society"."
I would think that each scientist would interpret it in his or her own way and it may be different from how you or I would interpret it.
You need a new on-line handle.
What properties do all concepts have?
How can they be different at times?
Do they have to have logical consistency to them?
A concept doesn't need logical consistency. Prime example: the concept of a human.
Did you not read anything related to the example you posted?
They had a fairly detailed description of what 'pro-social psychopathy' was.
Are you suggesting that the words "human" and "cat" are are man made concepts?