I'm looking for a school of thought or theory that solves these problems, preferably at once:
The way to make a profound, advanced knowledge more straightforward and imaginative, without having to oversimplify it. For example if Kant considered
The starry heavens above me and the moral law within me
is straightforward, then shouldn't his book have begun with this?
The dissatisfaction on interpersonal issues, whereas we keep misunderstood each other, and frustrated for don't know how to seek for the balance point to get to the maturity. Many advice contradict each other and are easier said than done (be simple vs do the right thing, be flexible vs be discipline, etc).
In other words, the theory itself must be:
- intuitive enough to explain to a kid (epistemology)
- helpful for an adult to overcome their fears by themselves (phenomenology)
I'm not sure whether (1) has been discussed before, and I guess (2) requires an understanding in information theory, phil of mind or phil of language, because "the limit of my language is the limit of my world". (2) is also about emotional self-regulation and communication/interpersonal skills in psychology.