The Unpredictable Occurrences of OPM FERS Medical Retirement

According to Kant, human cognitive processes impose the frameworks of order on the objective universe; as a result, the argument finally asserts that nothing is random because everything is random, and so nothing is. Because if everything is X, then declaring that nothing is X is also true, and similarly, if everything that is X is also Y, how can you then tell the difference between the two? It is comparable to David Hume’s claim on causality.

Nothing in the universe indicates that the next time you strike a cueball and direct it toward the 8-ball during a game of pool, it won’t hit the target but will fall short of moving the object. So even if you’ve witnessed something 100 times before, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will occur again because the first time you witnessed it, it didn’t teach you anything new.

Even if no “necessary nexus” is found, whether you have watched anything once or a thousand times, the volume of instances in the same form cannot be used to support the existence of causation. The random events that concern us, like a terrible hair day, which damages and saps our sense of trust in the environment we inhabit, are the things that disturb us because we desire stability and consistency.

People are affected by medical disorders that seem to be random occurrences influencing some people but not others. When that occurs, you may think that the world is unfair and that the gods of fate somehow disapprove of us. For example, federal employees and U.S. Postal workers with a medical condition that keeps them from doing one or more of their jobs’ most important tasks may want to prepare and submit a successful Federal Disability Retirement application under FERS through the OPM. This could give them more consistency and stability in their lives.

Because even though it may seem that the objective world is just a collection of random events, a human being’s affirmative action can impose a semblance of Kantian order on an otherwise chaotic universe. For the Federal or Postal employee, such affirmative action starts with consulting an advisor specializing in Federal Disability Retirement Law under FERS, to be submitted to the Office of Personnel Management.

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