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2021 sausio 22 d., 00:23 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėta 11 eilutė:
* Kaip santykiai apibrėžia vienumą?
2021 sausio 20 d., 21:04 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 3 eilutė iš:
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Žinojimas]], [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]], [[Tiesa]], [[Suvedimas]], [[Apimtys]], [[Požiūriai]], [[Helmut Leitner]], riba, ribota, neribota, laisvė, pirmyn, atgal, žvilgsnis, išėjimas už savęs, išskyrimas, deterministinis, miglota, Algebra of Distinguishability.
į:
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Žinojimas]], [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]], [[Tiesa]], [[Suvestinė]], [[Apimtys]], [[Požiūriai]], [[Helmut Leitner]], riba, ribota, neribota, laisvė, pirmyn, atgal, žvilgsnis, išėjimas už savęs, išskyrimas, deterministinis, miglota, Algebra of Distinguishability.
2021 sausio 13 d., 22:51 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 143 eilutė iš:
* Kategorijų teorija yra priemonė apibrėžti sąvokas jas išsakant sandarą gerbiančiais atvaizdais.
į:
* Kategorijų teorija yra priemonė apibrėžti sąvokas jas išsakant sandarą gerbiančiais atvaizdžiais.
2021 sausio 13 d., 22:50 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 143 eilutė iš:
* Kategorijų teorija yra priemonė apibrėžti sąvokas jas išsakant sandarą gerbiančiais morfizmais.
į:
* Kategorijų teorija yra priemonė apibrėžti sąvokas jas išsakant sandarą gerbiančiais atvaizdais.
2021 sausio 13 d., 22:46 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 3-4 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Žinojimas]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]], [[Tiesa]], [[Suvedimas]], [[Apimtys]], [[Požiūriai]], [[Helmut Leitner]], riba, ribota, neribota, laisvė, pirmyn, atgal, žvilgsnis, išėjimas už savęs, išskyrimas, deterministinis, miglota, Algebra of Distinguishability.
į:
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Žinojimas]], [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]], [[Tiesa]], [[Suvedimas]], [[Apimtys]], [[Požiūriai]], [[Helmut Leitner]], riba, ribota, neribota, laisvė, pirmyn, atgal, žvilgsnis, išėjimas už savęs, išskyrimas, deterministinis, miglota, Algebra of Distinguishability.
Pakeista 143 eilutė iš:
* [[Kategorijų teorija]] is a tool for finding good definitions by thinking in terms of the morphisms that preserve Structure.
į:
* Kategorijų teorija yra priemonė apibrėžti sąvokas jas išsakant sandarą gerbiančiais morfizmais.
2020 birželio 02 d., 14:40 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 7-12 eilutės:
>><<
[++++定义++++] ..... [+דעפֿיניציע+]
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* "Yra tai, kas reiškiasi." Veikla apibrėžia būtybę. Kaip tai susiję su veiksmu +2?
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2020 gegužės 15 d., 17:26 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 54-55 eilutės:

* Klausimas "Kas yra laimė?" išsaukia trejybę. Ar tai reiškia, kad 7+4=3, kad veiksmas +4 yra apibrėžimas?
2019 gruodžio 12 d., 23:27 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 52-53 eilutės:

* Apibrėžimas (požiūrių lygtis) glūdi aštuongubame kelyje kartu su ketverybe.
2019 gruodžio 12 d., 23:26 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 169 eilutė iš:
į:
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Pridėta 172 eilutė:
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2019 spalio 17 d., 17:05 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 134-137 eilutės:

'''Apibrėžimo pavyzdžiai'''

* Tvarkyti, grįsti, gryninti, rinktis proto aplinką. Define a concept in terms of other concepts. I wanted to be sure to include and define all of the basic concepts in life. I wanted to do that in terms of the most basic concepts, and ultimately, ground them in the structures that I was discovering. I defined life as "the fact that God is good" and love as "support for life" and also as "the unity of the representations of the structure of God", thus "the unity of wishing", "the unity of the representations of everything". I organized these definitions using TheBrain and then later exported that to an HTML hierarchy. I knew that this kind of definition was, by itself, problematic and so I looked for other ways of defining as well, such as by way of "mind games" as with the topologies.1
2019 spalio 07 d., 21:55 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 41-42 eilutės:
Apimties turėjimas
* Tai kas apibrėžta turi apimtį (viską, betką, kažką, nieką), o tai, kas neapibrėžta, neturi apimties (didėjantis ar mažėjantis laisvumas).
2019 rugsėjo 12 d., 11:40 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėta 13 eilutė:
* Santykis su savimi.
2019 rugsėjo 12 d., 11:39 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 11-13 eilutės iš
Vienumo ir nevienumo nusakymas.
į:
Nusakymas atitokėjimu.
* Išėjimas už sąvokos, tad jos išsakymas jos ribomis, jos išeities ir suvesties taškais.
Nusakymas vienumo ir nevienumo
.
2019 rugsėjo 12 d., 11:37 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 11-13 eilutės:
Vienumo ir nevienumo nusakymas.
* Apibrėžimas nusako, kas yra viena ir kas neviena.
* Sąlyginis buvimas viena. Buvimas viena Nebuvimo viena apimtyje.
Ištrintos 40-41 eilutės:
Sąlyginis buvimas viena
* BeingOneWith in the extent of NotBeingOneWith
2018 rugsėjo 13 d., 13:21 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeista 18 eilutė iš:
* Vidinė sandara, kurią teiginiai galėtų apčiuopti.
į:
* Vidinė sandara, kurią išoriniai teiginiai galėtų apčiuopti.
2018 rugsėjo 13 d., 13:21 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pridėtos 1-2 eilutės:
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Pakeistos 5-7 eilutės iš
* Viewed by a distinct path, set by a distinct structure.
į:
'''Kaip įmanoma apibrėžti pirmines sąvokas?'''
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'''Apibrėžimas yra:'''

Dvasios ir sandaros porinis išsivystymas, išeinant už savęs, taip kad tiesa turinys atitinka raišką.
* Apie tai kalba Laozi Daodejing pirmasis skyrius.
* Apibrežimas atsiranda išvertus požiūrį. Tad kiekvieną požiūrį lydi jo apibrėžimas. Tai yra dvejybinis santykis, tad jame glūdi dvejybės ir jos atvaizdai.
* Apibrėžimui (apribojimui) reikia dviejų požiūrių - vienu yra išsakomos ribos, kitu išsakoma, tai kas neribota, kas nevaržoma tų ribų.
Pakeistos 16-29 eilutės iš
* Pirminiai apibrėžimai išplaukia iš būties klausimo, tad yra susiję su dvejybės atvaizdais. Būties klausimas veiksniais +3, +2, +1 apžvelgia padalinimus -1, 0, 1, tad apžvelgia atitinkamus laisvės, Dievo ir tvarkos klausimus. Būties klausimas iškyla kada Dievas nebūtinas. Jisai grindžia Dievo būtinumą.
* Structure: the first three divisions allow for structure, allow for divisions and definition

* Niekas turi vidinę sandarą, tai tuštuma, tai nulybė.
* Pavidalai - kas po apibrėžimo, kas išplaukia iš būties.



'''Apibrėžimas yra:'''

Dvasios ir sandaros porinis išsivystymas, išeinant už savęs, taip kad tiesa turinys atitinka raišką.
* Apie tai kalba Laozi Daodejing pirmasis skyrius.
* * Apibrežimas atsiranda išvertus požiūrį. Tad kiekvieną požiūrį lydi jo apibrėžimas. Tai yra dvejybinis santykis, tad jame glūdi dvejybės ir jos atvaizdai.
* Apibrėžimui (apribojimui) reikia dviejų požiūrių - vienu yra išsakomos ribos, kitu išsakoma, tai kas neribota, kas nevaržoma tų ribų.
į:
* Viewed by a distinct path, set by a distinct structure.
* Pavidalai - kas po apibrėžimo, kas išplaukia iš būties.
* Vidinė sandara, kurią teiginiai galėtų apčiuopti
.
Pridėtos 113-117 eilutės:

'''Kas grindžia apibrėžimą?'''

* Structure: the first three divisions allow for structure, allow for divisions and definition.
* Pirminiai apibrėžimai išplaukia iš būties klausimo, tad yra susiję su dvejybės atvaizdais. Būties klausimas veiksniais +3, +2, +1 apžvelgia padalinimus -1, 0, 1, tad apžvelgia atitinkamus laisvės, Dievo ir tvarkos klausimus. Būties klausimas iškyla kada Dievas nebūtinas. Jisai grindžia Dievo būtinumą.
2018 rugsėjo 13 d., 13:13 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Žinojimas]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Forwards, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
į:
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Žinojimas]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Požiūrių sudūrimas]], [[Tiesa]], [[Suvedimas]], [[Apimtys]], [[Požiūriai]], [[Helmut Leitner]], riba, ribota, neribota, laisvė, pirmyn, atgal, žvilgsnis, išėjimas už savęs, išskyrimas, deterministinis, miglota, Algebra of Distinguishability.


* Viewed by a distinct path, set by a distinct structure.

* Nekintamieji tad susiję su apibrėžimu.
* Pirminiai apibrėžimai išplaukia iš būties klausimo, tad yra susiję su dvejybės atvaizdais. Būties klausimas veiksniais +3, +2, +1 apžvelgia padalinimus -1, 0, 1, tad apžvelgia atitinkamus laisvės, Dievo ir tvarkos klausimus. Būties klausimas iškyla kada Dievas nebūtinas. Jisai grindžia Dievo būtinumą.
* Structure: the first three divisions allow for structure, allow for divisions and definition

* Niekas turi vidinę sandarą, tai tuštuma, tai nulybė.
* Pavidalai - kas po apibrėžimo, kas išplaukia iš būties.

Pridėtos 17-20 eilutės:
Dvasios ir sandaros porinis išsivystymas, išeinant už savęs, taip kad tiesa turinys atitinka raišką.
* Apie tai kalba Laozi Daodejing pirmasis skyrius.
* * Apibrežimas atsiranda išvertus požiūrį. Tad kiekvieną požiūrį lydi jo apibrėžimas. Tai yra dvejybinis santykis, tad jame glūdi dvejybės ir jos atvaizdai.
* Apibrėžimui (apribojimui) reikia dviejų požiūrių - vienu yra išsakomos ribos, kitu išsakoma, tai kas neribota, kas nevaržoma tų ribų.
Pridėtos 30-34 eilutės:
* Apibrėžimas vyksta išėjimu už savęs. Viskas yra visiškai apibrėžtas keturiomis savybėmis, tai visiškas apibrėžtumas. Niekas yra apibrėžtas viena savybe, tai neapibrėžtumas, tačiau toks neapibrėžtumas yra, kaip toks, apibrėžtas. Kažkas apibrėžtas dviem savybėm, o betkas trim:
** būtina sąvoka - niekas
** taip pat: neturi vidinės sandaros - kažkas
** taip pat: visaką priima, neturi filtro - betkas
** taip pat: neturi išorinės aplinkos - viskas
2018 rugsėjo 13 d., 12:49 atliko AndriusKulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Forwards, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
į:
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Žinojimas]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Forwards, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
Pridėtos 13-15 eilutės:
* Išėjimas už savęs, būtent įžvalgai išeinant už savęs į apimtį, iš neapibrėžtumo į apibrėžtumą.
* Dievo buvimas.
* Dievas išeidamas už savęs yra vaizduojamas visom keturiom apimtim, tad Dievas yra tiek neapibrėžtas, tiek apibrėžtas, besąlygiškai, grynai. Tuo tarpu nieko neapibrėžtumas yra apibrėžtas. Apimtys išsako Dievo troškimus.
Ištrintos 26-27 eilutės:
* Existence of God
* Išėjimas už savęs, būtent įžvalgai išeinant už savęs į apimtį, iš neapibrėžtumo į apibrėžtumą.
2014 gruodžio 05 d., 13:39 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeista 5 eilutė iš:
Išėjimas už savęs eigos nustatymas, tad apimties nustatymas
į:
Išėjimo už savęs eigos nustatymas, tad apimties nustatymas
2014 gruodžio 05 d., 13:39 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 5-8 eilutės iš
Įtvirtinimas apimtyje - grounding in Scope
į:
Išėjimas už savęs eigos nustatymas, tad apimties nustatymas
* Žinojimas - pasižiūrėjimas iš šalies - į išėjimą už savęs
* Išsakytas apimtis (nieką, kažką, betką, viską) atitinkančiomis savybėmis
*
Įtvirtinimas apimtyje - grounding in Scope
2014 gruodžio 05 d., 13:23 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeista 1 eilutė iš:
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Forwards, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
į:
Žr. [[Apimtys]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Forwards, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
2014 lapkričio 09 d., 17:17 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeista 131 eilutė iš:
What is it to define?
į:
2014 birželio 27 d., 11:15 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 22-23 eilutės iš
į:
* Išėjimas už savęs, būtent įžvalgai išeinant už savęs į apimtį, iš neapibrėžtumo į apibrėžtumą.
Pridėtos 26-35 eilutės:
Apibrėžtumas susijęs su žinojimu. Žinome apibrėžtumą, jo lygmenis. Apibrėžtumas reiškiasi keturiais žinojimo lygmenimis. Tačiau galime žinoti ir neapibrėžtumą, tai ko nežinome.

Šis esminis skirtumas grindžia [[požiūrių grandinė | požiūrių grandinę]] kuria visos sandaros išsivysto. Žinau, kad nežinau, kad žinau...

Indefinite and definite are the two Representations Of Slack, increasing and decreasing. Their scopes are the four Representations Of Everything: all, any, some, none.

It is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things.

Apibrėžtumas yra dangaus karalystės esmė - dieviškumo išgyvenimą žmogiškume.
Pakeistos 78-83 eilutės iš
||||distinctions and separations are themselves not suppositions, but are derivative||

It is crucial which direction we
are thinking about in defining things.

'''Apibrėžtas ir neapibrėžtas požiūris'''
į:
||distinctions and separations are themselves suppositions||distinctions and separations are themselves not suppositions, but are derivative||
||Nežinojimas||Žinojimas||

'''[[Viską žinoti]]'''

Definitions
are at the heart of the quest to Know Everything.
Pakeistos 87-98 eilutės iš
A View may have a Definite Scope or an Indefinite Scope, and thus is called either definite or indefinite. This is the distinction between a human view and God's view. It is the basis for TheChainOfViews by which all Structure is unfolded.

Indefinite and definite are both important because Definition is at the heart of a quest to KnowEverything.

Indefinite and definite are presumably the two RepresentationsOfSlack, increasing and decreasing. Their scopes are the four RepresentationsOfEverything: all, any, some, none.

'''Neapibrėžtumas'''

To take an unlimited view is to view the indefinite. It is God's View.

Hence, in an indefinite view, distinctions and separations are themselves suppositions
.
į:
To know everything is perhaps to have the view of the indefinite of the definite.
Ištrintos 90-96 eilutės:
'''[[Viską žinoti]]'''

Definitions are fundamental in the quest to Know Everything.

To know everything is perhaps to have the view of the indefinite of the definite.
Ištrintos 100-104 eilutės:

Define is GoingBeyondOneself, especially Theory going beyond itself into Scope

The difference between deterministic and nondeterministic algorithms is relevant to the NPComplete problem.
Pridėtos 132-133 eilutės:
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The difference between deterministic and nondeterministic algorithms is relevant to the NPComplete problem.
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:59 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeista 10 eilutė iš:
Sandaros išvystymas lygmenimis:
į:
Sandaros išvystymas tiesos lygmenimis, apimtimis:
Pridėtos 12-13 eilutės:
* To be defined is to be set in some way (and not some other way). Therefore definitions distinguish hard Truth from soft truth.
Sąlyginis buvimas viena
Pakeistos 15-21 eilutės iš



* To be defined is to be set in some way (and not some other way).
Therefore definitions distinguish hard Truth from soft truth.
* comes before relationship (of BeingOneWith)
* negates where God goes to (Everything's properties, where God is not).
* (NotFreedom) is negation of a property of not being alone (of NotGod, Everything), self-standing in a system's context, external limitations, acceptance from Beyond of Negation, the negation from beyond of NullActivity (of Willing), Questions taking up Answers, yielding Scope (Self) as the absolute limits of Activity. The Creator defines the Creation by self-defining himself as the negation of their creation, limiting his NullActivity, thus making room for their creation.
į:
Apibrėžiama tai, kas už apimties, kas neviena - neigimu iškeliamas jo nevieningumas su tuo, kas apimtyje - tad svarstoma būtis, to kas už apimties
Pridėtos 17-20 eilutės:
* comes before relationship (of Being One With)
* negates where God goes to (Everything's properties, where God is not).
* (NotFreedom) is negation of a property of not being alone (of NotGod, Everything), self-standing in a system's context, external limitations, acceptance from Beyond of Negation, the negation from beyond of NullActivity (of Willing), Questions taking up Answers, yielding Scope (Self) as the absolute limits of Activity. The Creator defines the Creation by self-defining himself as the negation of their creation, limiting his NullActivity, thus making room for their creation.
* Creation, interference with NotGod, Questions taking up Answers.
Ištrinta 21 eilutė:
* Creation, interference with NotGod, Questions taking up Answers.
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:40 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 3-5 eilutės iš
Apibrėžimas yra:
į:
'''Apibrėžimas yra:'''

Įtvirtinimas apimtyje - grounding in Scope
Ištrintos 6-7 eilutės:
* of Structure: Everything, Omniscope, PrimaryStructures, SecondaryStructures
* BeingOneWith in the extent of NotBeingOneWith
Pridėtos 10-15 eilutės:
Sandaros išvystymas lygmenimis:
* Viskas, Visaregis, Netroškimai, [[Nedviprasmybės]]
* BeingOneWith in the extent of NotBeingOneWith

2014 birželio 27 d., 10:31 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Ištrintos 17-26 eilutės:
Definitions are complete only when there is an Observer. (RaimundasVaitkevicius)


'''Viską žinoti'''

Definitions are fundamental in the quest to KnowEverything.

To know everything is perhaps to have the view of the indefinite of the definite.
Pakeistos 54-56 eilutės iš
||||Circumscribes everything, leaves nothing hanging||
||||Defined by what it comes from
||
į:
||Leaves things hanging, allows them to be undefined for a while, or forever||Circumscribes everything, leaves nothing hanging||
||Defined by what it goes into||Defined by what it comes from||
||Open ended||||
||Does not allow for a change in scope||Allows for a change in scope||
||Does not open up space for a quality, for the good||Opens up space for a quality, for the good||
||Takes sole responsibility for its suppositions||Shifts some of its responsibility onto the quality||
||Acceptance of an indefinite scope||||
||Allows for the indefinite separation, distinction, of perspectives||Allows for the definite separation, distinction, of perspectives||
||||distinctions and separations are themselves not suppositions, but are derivative
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Pakeistos 66-88 eilutės iš
'''Kaip apibrėžiama'''

Structure is relevant for making definitions.

The complex is defined in terms of the simple. But how do we define the simple, the fundamentals, the primitives?

A Division of Everything defines issues.

A Topology is defined by way of a mind game.


'''Apibrėžimo būdai'''

How might we best define concepts, ideas, structures and such?

* Complex concepts may be defined in terms of simpler ones, primitive ones. But how do we define primitive concepts?
* [[Padalinimai]]: The divisions of everything serve to define states of mind by presenting the outlooks that are relevant.
* [[Aplinkybės]]: Mind games: Topologies are defined by way of mind games.
* [[Veiksmai]]: The structure of the divisions is also given by operations +1, +2, +3.

CategoryTheory is a tool for finding good definitions by thinking in terms of the morphisms that preserve Structure.
į:
'''Apibrėžtas ir neapibrėžtas požiūris'''
Pakeistos 70-80 eilutės iš
A definite view, a definite scope allows for the definite separation, distinction, of perspectives. Hence, in a definite view, distinctions and separations are themselves not suppositions, but are derivative.

Also, a definite view allows
for a change in scope, which is to say, opens up space for a quality, for the good. In this way, it shifts some of its responsibility onto the quality.


===What is Define?===

* Define is GoingBeyondOneself, especially Theory going beyond itself into
Scope

į:
A View may have a Definite Scope or an Indefinite Scope, and thus is called either definite or indefinite. This is the distinction between a human view and God's view. It is the basis for TheChainOfViews by which all Structure is unfolded.

Indefinite and definite are both important because Definition is at
the heart of a quest to KnowEverything.

Indefinite and definite are presumably the two RepresentationsOfSlack, increasing and decreasing
. Their scopes are the four RepresentationsOfEverything: all, any, some, none.

'''Neapibrėžtumas'''

To take an unlimited view is to view the indefinite. It is God's View.

Hence, in an indefinite view, distinctions and separations are themselves suppositions.

Definitions are complete only when there is an Observer. (RaimundasVaitkevicius)

'''[[Viską žinoti]]'''

Definitions are fundamental in the quest to Know Everything.

To know everything is perhaps to have the view of the indefinite of the definite.


'''Apibrėžimo būdai'''

How might we best define concepts, ideas, structures and such? Structure is relevant for making definitions.

* Complex concepts may be defined in terms of simpler ones, primitive ones. But how do we define primitive concepts, the fundamentals?
* [[Padalinimai]]: The divisions of everything serve to define issues as states of mind by presenting the relationships among the outlooks that are relevant.
* [[Aplinkybės]]: Mind games: Topologies are defined by way of mind games.
* [[Veiksmai]]: The structure of the divisions is also given by operations +1, +2, +3.
* [[Kategorijų teorija]] is a tool for finding good definitions by thinking in terms of the morphisms that preserve Structure.


Define is GoingBeyondOneself, especially Theory going beyond itself into
Scope
Ištrintos 133-154 eilutės:

'''Neapibrėžtumas'''

To take an unlimited view is to view the indefinite. It is God's View.

An indefinite view is the acceptance of an indefinite scope. This allows for the indefinite separation, distinction, of perspectives.

Hence, in an indefinite view, distinctions and separations are themselves suppositions.

An indefinite view does not allow for a change in scope. This means that it does not open up space for a quality, for the good. It takes sole responsibility for its suppositions.

An indefinite view is one that leaves things hanging, allows them to be undefined for a while, or forever. It is an open ended view, one that looks Forwards.

An indefinite, unlimited view is defined by what it goes into.

'''Apibrėžtas ir neapibrėžtas požiūris'''

A View may have a Definite Scope or an Indefinite Scope, and thus is called either definite or indefinite. This is the distinction between a human view and God's view. It is the basis for TheChainOfViews by which all Structure is unfolded.

Indefinite and definite are both important because Definition is at the heart of a quest to KnowEverything.

Indefinite and definite are presumably the two RepresentationsOfSlack, increasing and decreasing. Their scopes are the four RepresentationsOfEverything: all, any, some, none.
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:16 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:16 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:16 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
į:
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Forwards, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
Pakeistos 103-108 eilutės iš
'''Deterministic'''

See also: Definite, IndefiniteVDefinite

A definite view is deterministic.
į:
Pakeistos 117-120 eilutės iš
===Discussion===

Andrius: Helmut, thank you for bringing this up and pursuing this. I benefit from your point of view.
į:
'''My use of words and terms'''
Ištrintos 135-136 eilutės:
Helmut, I think your probing is helpful because it makes clear where I need to do more work! Thank you.
Ištrintos 136-138 eilutės:

See also: Definite, Forwards, View, Scope, Unlimited
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2014 birželio 27 d., 10:13 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself
į:
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself, AlgebraOfViews
Ištrintos 102-105 eilutės:
===AboutThisPage===

*PhilosophicalQuestion=What is it to define?
Ištrintos 161-163 eilutės:
See also: Indefinite, Definite, Define, Definition, Overview, AlgebraOfViews
-----
Pakeistos 168-170 eilutės iš
į:
>>bgcolor=#FFFFC0<<
What is it to define?
>><<
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:12 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom
į:
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Definition, GoingBeyondOneself
Pakeistos 64-66 eilutės iš
į:
||||Circumscribes everything, leaves nothing hanging||
||||Defined by what it comes from||
Pakeistos 91-102 eilutės iš
'''Apibrėžtas'''

See also: IndefiniteVDefinite, Indefinite, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Overview, Definition
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The definite view is:
* a View of the Known.
* a limited view
* an unambiguous view
* a human's view
į:
Pakeistos 94-97 eilutės iš
An definite view is the acceptance of an definite scope. This allows for the definite separation, distinction, of perspectives.

Hence, in a definite view, distinctions and separations are themselves not suppositions, but are derivative.
į:
A definite view, a definite scope allows for the definite separation, distinction, of perspectives. Hence, in a definite view, distinctions and separations are themselves not suppositions, but are derivative.
Ištrintos 97-101 eilutės:
A definite view is one that does not leave anything hanging. Everything is circumscribed.

A definite, limited view is defined by what it comes from.

See also: Definition, IndefiniteVDefinite, Indefinite, Definite, Overview, GoingBeyondOneself
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:07 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėta 33 eilutė:
||Dievo žvilgsnis||žmogaus žvilgsnis||
Pridėta 41 eilutė:
||unbounded view||bounded view||
Pakeistos 46-47 eilutės iš
||scope is increasing||scope is decreasing||
į:
||increasing slack of scope||decreasing slack of scope||
||ever less defined||ever more defined
||
Pridėta 49 eilutė:
||ambiguous||unambiguous||
Pakeistos 62-64 eilutės iš
į:
||keeps concepts separate, as in eternal life is the understanding of the goodness of God, the keeping separate of goodness and God||blends concepts, as in life is the goodness of God, the fact that God is good||
||allows for multiple tracks, thinking in parallel||allows for one track (a one-track mind)||
Pakeistos 191-220 eilutės iš
===Indefinite view===

An indefinite view is:

* a view without a definite scope
* a View of the Unknown
* an unlimited view
* an unbounded view
* allows for multiple tracks, thinking in parallel
* is Nondeterministic
* is Ambiguous
* increasing slack of scope, thus ever less defined
* keeps concepts separate, as in eternal life is the understanding of the goodness of God, the keeping separate of goodness and God
* looks forward

===Definite view===

A definite view is:

* a view with a definite scope
* a View of the Known
* a limited view
* a bounded view
* allows for one track (a one-track mind)
* is Deterministic
* is unambiguous
* decreasing slack of scope, thus ever more defined
* blends concepts, as in life is the goodness of God, the fact that God is good
* looks backward
* a human's view
į:
2014 birželio 27 d., 10:00 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: {{Definite}}, {{Indefinite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Define}}, Overview, Truth, Freedom
į:
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: Definite, Indefinite, IndefiniteVDefinite, Define, Overview, Truth, Freedom
Pakeista 10 eilutė iš:
* To be defined is to be set in some way (and not some other way). Therefore definitions distinguish hard {{Truth}} from soft truth.
į:
* To be defined is to be set in some way (and not some other way). Therefore definitions distinguish hard Truth from soft truth.
Pakeistos 63-64 eilutės iš
{{Structure}} is relevant for making definitions.
į:
Structure is relevant for making definitions.
Pakeistos 67-71 eilutės iš
A {{Division}} of {{Everything}} defines issues.

A {{Topology}} is defined by way of a mind game.
į:
A Division of Everything defines issues.

A Topology is defined by way of a mind game.
Pakeista 78 eilutė iš:
* [[Aplinkybės]]: Mind games: {{Topologies}} are defined by way of mind games.
į:
* [[Aplinkybės]]: Mind games: Topologies are defined by way of mind games.
Pakeistos 81-82 eilutės iš
CategoryTheory is a tool for finding good definitions by thinking in terms of the morphisms that preserve {{Structure}}.
į:
CategoryTheory is a tool for finding good definitions by thinking in terms of the morphisms that preserve Structure.
Pakeista 85 eilutė iš:
See also: IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Indefinite}}, {{Backwards}}, {{View}}, {{Scope}}, {{Unlimited}}, {{Overview}}, {{Definition}}
į:
See also: IndefiniteVDefinite, Indefinite, Backwards, View, Scope, Unlimited, Overview, Definition
Pakeista 89 eilutė iš:
* a {{View}} of the {{Known}}.
į:
* a View of the Known.
Pakeistos 92-96 eilutės iš
* a {{human}}'s view


To know is to have a definite scope. The {{Foursome}} is the structure that makes definite, that yields the truth of concepts.
į:
* a human's view


To know is to have a definite scope. The Foursome is the structure that makes definite, that yields the truth of concepts.
Pakeistos 107-108 eilutės iš
See also: {{Definition}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Indefinite}}, {{Definite}}, Overview, GoingBeyondOneself
į:
See also: Definition, IndefiniteVDefinite, Indefinite, Definite, Overview, GoingBeyondOneself
Pakeistos 119-120 eilutės iš
See also: {{Definite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite
į:
See also: Definite, IndefiniteVDefinite
Pakeistos 137-138 eilutės iš
{{Andrius}}: Helmut, thank you for bringing this up and pursuing this. I benefit from your point of view.
į:
Andrius: Helmut, thank you for bringing this up and pursuing this. I benefit from your point of view.
Pakeistos 147-148 eilutės iš
For example, in working with ''categories'' (as Kant would call them), I realized that it was not helpful to think of them as abstractions of ''things'' that we imagine. In fact, they were quite the opposite - they were backdrops, canvases, worlds which our imagination provided so that we could place something in it and imagine it in such a context. For example, there is a metaphor ''love is a journey'', and here ''journey'' brings to mind an entire abstract world that an abstract journey conjures. Typically, a thing (or a word) may have a definition that can be pulled together as a single, definitive statement. However, a world is not described by a single, definitive statement. Imagine living on a sphere, or a flat plane, or a line, or on a torus. Each of these worlds has its own geometry, its own properties locally and globally. In mathematics, such a world is described not by one definitive statement, but rather by a set of rules, and that set is typically not special. The same world can be described, determined by a variety of different rules, none of which can claim to be special. It is only the world itself that is special. In mathematics, this kind of ''world'' is often talked about as a ''topology''. Another word that I could use is ''circumstances''. What I'm trying to convey is that a concept like ''many'' is not an abstract thing but rather a world or circumstance that we project things upon. For example, in defining language as a ''mapping'' you're relying on the concept of ''many'', that there can be parallel relationships. With the [{{Topologies}} #] I have found a way to rigorously define concepts such as ''many''.
į:
For example, in working with ''categories'' (as Kant would call them), I realized that it was not helpful to think of them as abstractions of ''things'' that we imagine. In fact, they were quite the opposite - they were backdrops, canvases, worlds which our imagination provided so that we could place something in it and imagine it in such a context. For example, there is a metaphor ''love is a journey'', and here ''journey'' brings to mind an entire abstract world that an abstract journey conjures. Typically, a thing (or a word) may have a definition that can be pulled together as a single, definitive statement. However, a world is not described by a single, definitive statement. Imagine living on a sphere, or a flat plane, or a line, or on a torus. Each of these worlds has its own geometry, its own properties locally and globally. In mathematics, such a world is described not by one definitive statement, but rather by a set of rules, and that set is typically not special. The same world can be described, determined by a variety of different rules, none of which can claim to be special. It is only the world itself that is special. In mathematics, this kind of ''world'' is often talked about as a ''topology''. Another word that I could use is ''circumstances''. What I'm trying to convey is that a concept like ''many'' is not an abstract thing but rather a world or circumstance that we project things upon. For example, in defining language as a ''mapping'' you're relying on the concept of ''many'', that there can be parallel relationships. With the [Topologies #] I have found a way to rigorously define concepts such as ''many''.
Pakeista 159 eilutė iš:
See also: {{Definite}}, {{Forwards}}, {{View}}, {{Scope}}, {{Unlimited}}
į:
See also: Definite, Forwards, View, Scope, Unlimited
Pakeistos 162-163 eilutės iš
To take an unlimited view is to view the indefinite. It is {{God}}'s {{View}}.
į:
To take an unlimited view is to view the indefinite. It is God's View.
Pakeistos 170-171 eilutės iš
An indefinite view is one that leaves things hanging, allows them to be undefined for a while, or forever. It is an open ended view, one that looks {{Forwards}}.
į:
An indefinite view is one that leaves things hanging, allows them to be undefined for a while, or forever. It is an open ended view, one that looks Forwards.
Pakeista 176 eilutė iš:
See also: {{Indefinite}}, {{Definite}}, {{Define}}, {{Definition}}, {{Overview}}, AlgebraOfViews
į:
See also: Indefinite, Definite, Define, Definition, Overview, AlgebraOfViews
Pakeistos 179-182 eilutės iš
A {{View}} may have a {{Definite}} {{Scope}} or an {{Indefinite}} {{Scope}}, and thus is called either definite or indefinite. This is the distinction between a human view and God's view. It is the basis for TheChainOfViews by which all {{Structure}} is unfolded.

Indefinite and definite are both important because {{Definition}} is at the heart of a quest to KnowEverything.
į:
A View may have a Definite Scope or an Indefinite Scope, and thus is called either definite or indefinite. This is the distinction between a human view and God's view. It is the basis for TheChainOfViews by which all Structure is unfolded.

Indefinite and definite are both important because Definition is at the heart of a quest to KnowEverything.
Pakeista 190 eilutė iš:
* a {{View}} of the {{Unknown}}
į:
* a View of the Unknown
Pakeistos 194-195 eilutės iš
* is {{Nondeterministic}}
* is {{Ambiguous}}
į:
* is Nondeterministic
* is Ambiguous
Pakeista 205 eilutė iš:
* a {{View}} of the {{Known}}
į:
* a View of the Known
Pakeista 209 eilutė iš:
* is {{Deterministic}}
į:
* is Deterministic
Pakeista 214 eilutė iš:
* a {{human}}'s view
į:
* a human's view
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Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
Žr. [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: {{Definite}}, {{Indefinite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Define}}, Overview, Truth, Freedom
į:
Žr. [[Apimtis]], [[Kategorijų teorija]], [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: {{Definite}}, {{Indefinite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Define}}, Overview, Truth, Freedom
Ištrintos 10-13 eilutės:

Definitions are complete only when there is an Observer. (RaimundasVaitkevicius)

Definition
Pakeistos 18-19 eilutės iš
===KnowEverything===
į:
Definitions are complete only when there is an Observer. (RaimundasVaitkevicius)


'''Viską žinoti'''
Pakeistos 61-62 eilutės iš
===How are definitions made?===
į:
'''Kaip apibrėžiama'''
Pakeistos 71-76 eilutės iš
------------

See also: CategoryTheory

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į:
'''Apibrėžimo būdai'''
Pakeistos 76-82 eilutės iš
Complex concepts may be defined in terms of simpler ones, primitive ones. But how do we define primitive concepts?

{{Divisions}}: The divisions of everything serve to define states of mind by presenting the outlooks that are relevant.

Mind games: {{Topologies}} are defined by way of mind games.

{{Operations}}: The structure of the divisions is also given by operations +1, +2, +3.
į:
* Complex concepts may be defined in terms of simpler ones, primitive ones. But how do we define primitive concepts?
* [[Padalinimai]]: The divisions of everything serve to define states of mind by presenting the outlooks that are relevant.
* [[Aplinkybės]]: Mind games: {{Topologies}} are defined by way of mind games.
* [[Veiksmai]]: The structure of the divisions is also given by operations +1, +2, +3.
2014 birželio 27 d., 09:57 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 1-2 eilutės iš
See also: {{Definite}}, {{Indefinite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Define}}, Overview, Truth, Freedom
į:
Žr. [[Helmut Leitner]] See also: {{Definite}}, {{Indefinite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Define}}, Overview, Truth, Freedom
Ištrintos 140-185 eilutės:
'''Discussion with Helmut Leitner on "everyday language"'''

GOS redefines a number of words, which may create problems for people to understand GOS. To talk about this, we need a notation. To solve this, we either need a good understanding of all these languageel issues or otherwise it might make sense to change GOS terminology by using other terms or even by inventing new terms.

Notation in test:
* topology. A word without classification. Default meaning of GOS (local language).
* "topology". This means: beware of the meaning, there are more than one interpretations possible.
* topologyel (pronounce 'topology in everyday language'). The word in the meaning of "everyday language". Whatever this may mean (look into Wikipedia).
* topologygos. The word, explicitely in the meaning of GOS.
* math. Language of mathematics, probably needed.
* phil. Language of philosophy, might be needed.

Considered alternatives:
* GOS.topology (collides with full stop at end of sentence)
* GOS:topology (collides with wiki namespace syntax)
* topology:GOS (counterintuitive to namespace syntax)
* topology/GOS (possible but "less beautiful")
* topology.GOS (collides with full stop at end of sentence)

===Topology===

topologygos unequal topologyel.

To do.

[http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Topology.html MathWorld's definition of Topology]: %gray%Topology is the mathematical study of the properties that are preserved through deformations, twistings, and stretchings of objects. Tearing, however, is not allowed... The "objects" of topology are often formally defined as topological spaces... There is also a formal definition for a topology defined in terms of set operations. A set X along with a collection T of subsets of it is said to be a topology if the subsets in T obey the following properties: 1. The (trivial) subsets X and the empty set are in T. 2. Whenever sets A and B are in T, then so is A intersection B. 3. Whenever two or more sets are in T, then so is their union

===Perspective===

perspectivegos unequal perspectiveel.

'''perspectiveel''': Typically perspectiveel depend on a certain viewpoint and is unique. A perspectiveel can't contain other perspectivesel. You have to add a dimension to contain perspectives. A coordinate system can be used to map, understand, calculate and contain other perspectivesel.

To do.

===Language===

languagegos unequal languageel.

'''languageel''': A languageel is a mapping of ideal things (words, symbols) to perceived real things (objects, properties, ideas).

'''languagegos''': I do not yet understand what languagegos means, but it is quite different.

To do.

[http://mathworld.wolfram.com/FormalLanguage.html MathWorld's definition of Formal Language]: %gray%In mathematics, a formal language is normally defined by an alphabet and formation rules. The alphabet of a formal language is a set of symbols on which this language is built. Some of the symbols in an alphabet may have a special meaning. The formation rules specify which strings of symbols count as well-formed. The well-formed strings of symbols are also called words, expressions, formulas, or terms. The formation rules are usually recursive. Some rules postulate that such and such expressions belong to the language in question. Some other rules establish how to build well-formed expressions from other expressions belonging to the language. It is assumed that nothing else is a well-formed expression. For example, the language of propositional calculus could be defined as follows....
2014 birželio 26 d., 13:04 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeista 32 eilutė iš:
|| all suppositions are true||all suppositions are either true or false||
į:
||all suppositions are true||all suppositions are either true or false||
Pakeistos 35-46 eilutės iš
* an unlimited view has the supposition identify equally, unconditionally with all of its perspectives (like a nondeterministic automata)
* a limited view has the supposition identify with Any of its perspectives (like a deterministic automata
).

The unlimited view is the one for which "all statements are true" - I suppose it is the (supposed) point which goes beyond into all
perspectives.

* A limited view is, so to speak, a subset
of itself, whereas an unlimited view is not a subset of itself, hence contradictory, as in Russell's paradox.
* A limited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it comes out from'', and so it is one perspective among all
of them. An unlimited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it goes into'', and so it is all of the perspective. In other words, it is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things. An unlimited view is immersed, empathetic and endless. A limited view is framed, detached and finite.

* A view of the unknown is a view of the Indefinite, and unlimited view. It has a scope, but the scope is not fixed, not defined. ... It has not yet mirrored by structure. It
is one where the scope is increasing, hence the suppositions are indefinite, and this is looking forwards. An unlimited view is that for which the supposition includes within it all of its perspectives. It is pregnant with them all, and they are differentiated within it prior to it going out as them. An unlimited view engages through and identifies with them ''all'' equally, unconditionally (it is nondeterministic). (God is all of his possibilities.)
* A view of the known is a limited view, a view of the Definite. It has a scope, and that scope is fixed, defined, established. ... It is mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is decreasing, hence the suppositions are definite, and this is looking backwards. A limited view is that for which the supposition is one of its perspectives. It differentiates them upon going beyond itself. A limited view engages through and identifies itself with ''any'' one of its perspectives (it is deterministic). (I am one of my possibilities.)
* A view of the unknown can distinguish more than a view of the known. Idea: A view of the unknown does not distinguish understandings, whereas a view of the known does.
į:
||the supposition identifies equally, unconditionally with all of its perspectives (like a nondeterministic automata)||the supposition identify with Any of its perspectives (like a deterministic automata)||
||"all statements are true" - I suppose it is the (supposed
) point which goes beyond into all perspectives||||
||not a subset of itself, hence contradictory, as in Russell's paradox||a subset of itself||
||defined and identified, in its
perspectives, as ''what it goes into'', and so it is all of the perspective||defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it comes out from'', and so it is one perspective among all of them||
||Immersed, empathetic and endless||framed, detached and finite||
||unlimited view||limited view||
||view of the Indefinite||view of the Definite||
||view of the unknown||view
of the known||
||has a scope, but the scope is not fixed, not defined||scope is fixed, defined, established||
||not yet mirrored by structure||mirrored by structure||
||scope is increasing||scope is decreasing||
||suppositions are indefinite||suppositions are definite||
||looking forwards||looking backwards||
||does not suppose God is good||supposes God is good||
||the supposition includes within it all of its perspectives||the supposition is one of its perspectives||
||is pregnant with all of its perspectives||||
||differentiates its perspectives within itself prior to going out as them||differentiates its perspectives upon going beyond itself||
||engages through and identifies with ''all'' of its perspectives equally, unconditionally||engages through and identifies itself with ''any'' one of its perspectives||
||nondeterministic||deterministic||
||God
is all of his possibilities||I am one of my possibilities||
||can distinguish more||can distinguish less||
||does not distinguish understandings||distinguishes understandings||
||does not know ignorance directly||knows ignorance directly||
||transparent||can be opaque||

It is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things.
2014 birželio 26 d., 12:52 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 3-6 eilutės iš
===What is a definition?===

Definition is
:
į:
Apibrėžimas yra:
Pakeistos 28-30 eilutės iš
===IndefiniteVDefinite===

An Indefinite view is one in which
all suppositions are true, whereas a Definite view is one in which all suppositions are either true or false. A {{View}} is an outlook or model.
į:
'''Neapibrėžtas žvilgsnis ir apibrėžtas žvilgsnis'''

||'''Neapibrėžtas žvilgsnis'''||'''Apibrėžtas žvilgsnis'''||
||
all suppositions are true||all suppositions are either true or false||
||Dievas||žmogus||
||Apimtis neapibrėžta||Apimtis apibrėžta||

* an unlimited view has the supposition identify equally, unconditionally with all of its perspectives (like a nondeterministic automata)
* a limited view has the supposition identify with Any of its perspectives (like a deterministic automata).

The unlimited view is the one for which "all statements are true" - I suppose it is the (supposed) point which goes beyond into all perspectives.

* A limited view is, so to speak, a subset of itself, whereas an unlimited view is not a subset of itself, hence contradictory, as in Russell's paradox.
* A limited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it comes out from'', and so it is one perspective among all of them. An unlimited view is defined and identified, in its perspectives, as ''what it goes into'', and so it is all of the perspective. In other words, it is crucial which direction we are thinking about in defining things. An unlimited view is immersed, empathetic and endless. A limited view is framed, detached and finite.

* A view of the unknown is a view of the Indefinite, and unlimited view. It has a scope, but the scope is not fixed, not defined. ... It has not yet mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is increasing, hence the suppositions are indefinite, and this is looking forwards. An unlimited view is that for which the supposition includes within it all of its perspectives. It is pregnant with them all, and they are differentiated within it prior to it going out as them. An unlimited view engages through and identifies with them ''all'' equally, unconditionally (it is nondeterministic). (God is all of his possibilities.)
* A view of the known is a limited view, a view of the Definite. It has a scope, and that scope is fixed, defined, established. ... It is mirrored by structure. It is one where the scope is decreasing, hence the suppositions are definite, and this is looking backwards. A limited view is that for which the supposition is one of its perspectives. It differentiates them upon going beyond itself. A limited view engages through and identifies itself with ''any'' one of its perspectives (it is deterministic). (I am one of my possibilities.)
* A view of the unknown can distinguish more than a view of the known. Idea: A view of the unknown does not distinguish understandings, whereas a view of the known does
.
2014 birželio 02 d., 11:09 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 198-240 eilutės iš
An indefinite, unlimited view is defined by what it goes into.
į:
An indefinite, unlimited view is defined by what it goes into.

'''Apibrėžtas ir neapibrėžtas požiūris'''

See also: {{Indefinite}}, {{Definite}}, {{Define}}, {{Definition}}, {{Overview}}, AlgebraOfViews
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A {{View}} may have a {{Definite}} {{Scope}} or an {{Indefinite}} {{Scope}}, and thus is called either definite or indefinite. This is the distinction between a human view and God's view. It is the basis for TheChainOfViews by which all {{Structure}} is unfolded.

Indefinite and definite are both important because {{Definition}} is at the heart of a quest to KnowEverything.

Indefinite and definite are presumably the two RepresentationsOfSlack, increasing and decreasing. Their scopes are the four RepresentationsOfEverything: all, any, some, none.

===Indefinite view===

An indefinite view is:

* a view without a definite scope
* a {{View}} of the {{Unknown}}
* an unlimited view
* an unbounded view
* allows for multiple tracks, thinking in parallel
* is {{Nondeterministic}}
* is {{Ambiguous}}
* increasing slack of scope, thus ever less defined
* keeps concepts separate, as in eternal life is the understanding of the goodness of God, the keeping separate of goodness and God
* looks forward

===Definite view===

A definite view is:

* a view with a definite scope
* a {{View}} of the {{Known}}
* a limited view
* a bounded view
* allows for one track (a one-track mind)
* is {{Deterministic}}
* is unambiguous
* decreasing slack of scope, thus ever more defined
* blends concepts, as in life is the goodness of God, the fact that God is good
* looks backward
* a {{human}}'s view
2014 birželio 02 d., 11:08 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 181-198 eilutės iš
Helmut, I think your probing is helpful because it makes clear where I need to do more work! Thank you.
į:
Helmut, I think your probing is helpful because it makes clear where I need to do more work! Thank you.

'''Neapibrėžtumas'''

See also: {{Definite}}, {{Forwards}}, {{View}}, {{Scope}}, {{Unlimited}}
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To take an unlimited view is to view the indefinite. It is {{God}}'s {{View}}.

An indefinite view is the acceptance of an indefinite scope. This allows for the indefinite separation, distinction, of perspectives.

Hence, in an indefinite view, distinctions and separations are themselves suppositions.

An indefinite view does not allow for a change in scope. This means that it does not open up space for a quality, for the good. It takes sole responsibility for its suppositions.

An indefinite view is one that leaves things hanging, allows them to be undefined for a while, or forever. It is an open ended view, one that looks {{Forwards}}.

An indefinite, unlimited view is defined by what it goes into
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2014 gegužės 19 d., 15:49 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 112-181 eilutės iš
* Blue is not given, not accessible, just a formalistic label.
į:
* Blue is not given, not accessible, just a formalistic label.

'''Discussion with Helmut Leitner on "everyday language"'''

GOS redefines a number of words, which may create problems for people to understand GOS. To talk about this, we need a notation. To solve this, we either need a good understanding of all these languageel issues or otherwise it might make sense to change GOS terminology by using other terms or even by inventing new terms.

Notation in test:
* topology. A word without classification. Default meaning of GOS (local language).
* "topology". This means: beware of the meaning, there are more than one interpretations possible.
* topologyel (pronounce 'topology in everyday language'). The word in the meaning of "everyday language". Whatever this may mean (look into Wikipedia).
* topologygos. The word, explicitely in the meaning of GOS.
* math. Language of mathematics, probably needed.
* phil. Language of philosophy, might be needed.

Considered alternatives:
* GOS.topology (collides with full stop at end of sentence)
* GOS:topology (collides with wiki namespace syntax)
* topology:GOS (counterintuitive to namespace syntax)
* topology/GOS (possible but "less beautiful")
* topology.GOS (collides with full stop at end of sentence)

===Topology===

topologygos unequal topologyel.

To do.

[http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Topology.html MathWorld's definition of Topology]: %gray%Topology is the mathematical study of the properties that are preserved through deformations, twistings, and stretchings of objects. Tearing, however, is not allowed... The "objects" of topology are often formally defined as topological spaces... There is also a formal definition for a topology defined in terms of set operations. A set X along with a collection T of subsets of it is said to be a topology if the subsets in T obey the following properties: 1. The (trivial) subsets X and the empty set are in T. 2. Whenever sets A and B are in T, then so is A intersection B. 3. Whenever two or more sets are in T, then so is their union

===Perspective===

perspectivegos unequal perspectiveel.

'''perspectiveel''': Typically perspectiveel depend on a certain viewpoint and is unique. A perspectiveel can't contain other perspectivesel. You have to add a dimension to contain perspectives. A coordinate system can be used to map, understand, calculate and contain other perspectivesel.

To do.

===Language===

languagegos unequal languageel.

'''languageel''': A languageel is a mapping of ideal things (words, symbols) to perceived real things (objects, properties, ideas).

'''languagegos''': I do not yet understand what languagegos means, but it is quite different.

To do.

[http://mathworld.wolfram.com/FormalLanguage.html MathWorld's definition of Formal Language]: %gray%In mathematics, a formal language is normally defined by an alphabet and formation rules. The alphabet of a formal language is a set of symbols on which this language is built. Some of the symbols in an alphabet may have a special meaning. The formation rules specify which strings of symbols count as well-formed. The well-formed strings of symbols are also called words, expressions, formulas, or terms. The formation rules are usually recursive. Some rules postulate that such and such expressions belong to the language in question. Some other rules establish how to build well-formed expressions from other expressions belonging to the language. It is assumed that nothing else is a well-formed expression. For example, the language of propositional calculus could be defined as follows....

===Discussion===

{{Andrius}}: Helmut, thank you for bringing this up and pursuing this. I benefit from your point of view.

I'll try to share more about my own outlook. What I'm trying to do is counter to how we're conditioned to think. Hopefully, I can help myself and others grow in our thinking. This means that I will diverge from how we usually think, and also, that I want, at some point, to relate to how we usually think, so that I and others might grow beyond that. This means that we'll give up how we usually think, or at least, expand beyond it, which is to say, give up on the restrictions that we place on our thinking.

For example, many people believe that it's not possible to think without words. Words do offer many advantages. However, we would not want to say that the deaf do not think, or that infants do not think. My work shows, at least to me, that it is possible to think in terms of concepts. For example, I can think the concept ''everything'' without making use of any particular word. I can think it because I can consider, intuit, reflect on its structural properties. This kind of thinking is much deeper than the manipulation or leveraging of words. Furthermore, I find evidence that concepts are universal and absolute, whereas words are quite unreliable and by nature have many meanings. So I think it's important to focus on the underlying concepts and not place too much weight on the names for these concepts.

Words or names are important as markers that we can manipulate. Sometimes I use abstract symbols, for example, I may refer to the levels of the foursome as +0, +1, +2, +3 or to the perspectives of the twosome as ! and ?. However, such symbols tend to be ''loaded'' with meaning at some point and in some way, and so we do not escape the question, what connotations to include in the name. Some terms I invent, especially if they are for original concepts, especially for the abstract structures that I uncover, for example: nullsome, onesome, twosome, threesome, foursome, etc. Although even here I use names that extend the meaning of existing words. Generally, I try to find the simplest, most familiar and understandable terms that capture the relevant intuition, but I give them an additional, often formal meaning. This approach is very common in mathematics, physics and the sciences. For example, the word ''or'' in everyday language is a bit vague, but tends to mean ''either... or... but not both'', whereas in mathematics ''A or B'' means ''anything that is in at least one of A or B'' (or, in everday language, we might say for this ''A and/or B''). Similarly, physics has taken everyday words such as ''force'', ''mass'', ''power'', ''time'', ''energy'' and given them very precise meanings which are quite unexpected and even counterintuitive for those who know only the everday usage. Indeed, people often think that everyday usage is somehow definitive when actually it is a social construct, a folk theory.

I try to express and ground concepts by way of structure, by way of their relationship with themselves, as then they do not depend on any larger context. That is why the divisions of everything are so central, because they are defined and described by the relationships between the perspectives, the parts which they organize. This is a great challenge, but I feel my efforts have been fruitful. I think of mathematics as the study of structure, and what I am doing is a sort of pre-mathematics, how structure arises out of concepts. Mathematics is important as a source of ideas. For this reason, I do draw on mathematics as a source of terms.

For example, in working with ''categories'' (as Kant would call them), I realized that it was not helpful to think of them as abstractions of ''things'' that we imagine. In fact, they were quite the opposite - they were backdrops, canvases, worlds which our imagination provided so that we could place something in it and imagine it in such a context. For example, there is a metaphor ''love is a journey'', and here ''journey'' brings to mind an entire abstract world that an abstract journey conjures. Typically, a thing (or a word) may have a definition that can be pulled together as a single, definitive statement. However, a world is not described by a single, definitive statement. Imagine living on a sphere, or a flat plane, or a line, or on a torus. Each of these worlds has its own geometry, its own properties locally and globally. In mathematics, such a world is described not by one definitive statement, but rather by a set of rules, and that set is typically not special. The same world can be described, determined by a variety of different rules, none of which can claim to be special. It is only the world itself that is special. In mathematics, this kind of ''world'' is often talked about as a ''topology''. Another word that I could use is ''circumstances''. What I'm trying to convey is that a concept like ''many'' is not an abstract thing but rather a world or circumstance that we project things upon. For example, in defining language as a ''mapping'' you're relying on the concept of ''many'', that there can be parallel relationships. With the [{{Topologies}} #] I have found a way to rigorously define concepts such as ''many''.

Generally, what I'm trying to do is to find the existing words that best capture the intuition that I'm pointing to, and then extend, specialize, formalize their meaning further. Where possible I try to draw on everyday language. But I also extend terms from mathematics and other disciplines which themselves extend on the meanings of words from everyday life. This means that I can communicate to myself and others at least something of what I mean. And first of all, I am writing for myself, looking for terms which will help me capture my insights.

Also, this is all a work-in-progress, which means that many of the underlying concepts are underdeveloped, murky. Progress is made by getting a clearer understanding of the underlying concepts. Thinking about the terms is helpful but ultimately the issue to solve is deeper.

Yet truly it is exciting when ordinary everyday language can take on a deeper, more mature meaning. For example, the concepts whether, what, how and why are ancient. And yet we might come to understand that they are not accidental, that they express deep concepts.

Helmut, I think your probing is helpful because it makes clear where I need to do more work! Thank you
.
2014 gegužės 19 d., 15:06 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėtos 104-112 eilutės:

'''Brėžiniai'''

In my diagrams I've found it helpful to use colors.

* Red indicates what I think is built into my mind, but I can't make coherent because ultimately it's inaccessible.
* Green indicates what I think is built into my mind, and I can make coherent because it's accessible, and in fact, is evident in the world.
* Yellow indicates what is not built into my mind, is optional, but is accessible, helps me think things through in a new light.
* Blue is not given, not accessible, just a formalistic label.
2014 gegužės 19 d., 15:06 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėtos 96-103 eilutės:

'''Deterministic'''

See also: {{Definite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite

A definite view is deterministic.

The difference between deterministic and nondeterministic algorithms is relevant to the NPComplete problem.
2014 gegužės 16 d., 12:25 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pakeistos 43-95 eilutės iš
A {{Topology}} is defined by way of a mind game.
į:
A {{Topology}} is defined by way of a mind game.

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See also: CategoryTheory

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How might we best define concepts, ideas, structures and such?

Complex concepts may be defined in terms of simpler ones, primitive ones. But how do we define primitive concepts?

{{Divisions}}: The divisions of everything serve to define states of mind by presenting the outlooks that are relevant.

Mind games: {{Topologies}} are defined by way of mind games.

{{Operations}}: The structure of the divisions is also given by operations +1, +2, +3.

CategoryTheory is a tool for finding good definitions by thinking in terms of the morphisms that preserve {{Structure}}.

'''Apibrėžtas'''

See also: IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Indefinite}}, {{Backwards}}, {{View}}, {{Scope}}, {{Unlimited}}, {{Overview}}, {{Definition}}
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The definite view is:
* a {{View}} of the {{Known}}.
* a limited view
* an unambiguous view
* a {{human}}'s view


To know is to have a definite scope. The {{Foursome}} is the structure that makes definite, that yields the truth of concepts.

An definite view is the acceptance of an definite scope. This allows for the definite separation, distinction, of perspectives.

Hence, in a definite view, distinctions and separations are themselves not suppositions, but are derivative.

Also, a definite view allows for a change in scope, which is to say, opens up space for a quality, for the good. In this way, it shifts some of its responsibility onto the quality.

A definite view is one that does not leave anything hanging. Everything is circumscribed.

A definite, limited view is defined by what it comes from.

See also: {{Definition}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Indefinite}}, {{Definite}}, Overview, GoingBeyondOneself

===What is Define?===

* Define is GoingBeyondOneself, especially Theory going beyond itself into Scope

===AboutThisPage===

*PhilosophicalQuestion=What is it to define?
2014 gegužės 16 d., 12:23 atliko Andrius Kulikauskas -
Pridėtos 1-43 eilutės:
See also: {{Definite}}, {{Indefinite}}, IndefiniteVDefinite, {{Define}}, Overview, Truth, Freedom

===What is a definition?===

Definition is:

* the establishing of Scope and thus the distinction of the one who knows, assumes (and applies definition) and the one who is known, assumed (and to whom the definition is applied) so that they may be the same or different, the circumscription of NotWho in terms of NotWhat that assumes them, the negation of an assumption about Not Who. (Negation of Representations of Onesome) (Creation)
* of Structure: Everything, Omniscope, PrimaryStructures, SecondaryStructures
* BeingOneWith in the extent of NotBeingOneWith
* ... in Scope
* Theory in a Scope
* Knowledge given a Scope, and in particular, when the Scope is Nothing
* To be defined is to be set in some way (and not some other way). Therefore definitions distinguish hard {{Truth}} from soft truth.

Definitions are complete only when there is an Observer. (RaimundasVaitkevicius)

Definition
* comes before relationship (of BeingOneWith)
* negates where God goes to (Everything's properties, where God is not).
* (NotFreedom) is negation of a property of not being alone (of NotGod, Everything), self-standing in a system's context, external limitations, acceptance from Beyond of Negation, the negation from beyond of NullActivity (of Willing), Questions taking up Answers, yielding Scope (Self) as the absolute limits of Activity. The Creator defines the Creation by self-defining himself as the negation of their creation, limiting his NullActivity, thus making room for their creation.
* is of NotEverything, NotAnything, NotSomething, NotNothing.
* Existence of God
* Creation, interference with NotGod, Questions taking up Answers.

===KnowEverything===

Definitions are fundamental in the quest to KnowEverything.

To know everything is perhaps to have the view of the indefinite of the definite.

===IndefiniteVDefinite===

An Indefinite view is one in which all suppositions are true, whereas a Definite view is one in which all suppositions are either true or false. A {{View}} is an outlook or model.

===How are definitions made?===

{{Structure}} is relevant for making definitions.

The complex is defined in terms of the simple. But how do we define the simple, the fundamentals, the primitives?

A {{Division}} of {{Everything}} defines issues.

A {{Topology}} is defined by way of a mind game.

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