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Šaltiniai? EFCFE1

Duomenys? FFE6E6

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Dievas man? FFECC0

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===What is nothing?===

By nothing, I mean:

  • not {{Anything}}
  • {{Closed}} and {{Unbounded}}
  • the gap between {{Viewer}} and {{Viewed}}, especially betweent the two levels in each of the QualitiesOfSigns


[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cognitive-Theoretic_Model_of_the_Universe from Wikipedia]: The CTMU treats the origin of reality in the context of freedom and constraint. Concepts are defined by constraints specifying their structure, and structure requires explanation. Consequently, Langan argues, the only concept not in need of structural explanation is the "terminal concept" with no constraints, and no structure to explain. In the CTMU, this "ontological groundstate" is called "Unbound Telesis" or UBT. Because UBT is a medium of pure potential, everything is possible within it, and this means that what can exist, does exist. However, the requirements for existence are, asserts Langan, more stringent than is normally supposed. Because UBT is unstructured, the only possibilities which can actualize from it are those with sufficient internal structure to create and configure themselves. So in the CTMU, reality, rather than being uncaused or externally caused, is self-caused, and constrained by the structure it needs to create and configure itself, that of SCSPL. The above reasoning, holds Langan, resolves the ex nihilo or "something-from-nothing" paradox. The paradox arises when "nothing" is taken to exclude not just "something", but the potential for "something". Because exclusion of potential is a constraint, "nothing" in this sense requires its own explanation, and cannot serve as an ontological groundstate. But when "nothing" is viewed as unconstrained potential or UBT, asserts Langan, reality arises inevitably from it.

Nieko atvaizdai

See: {{Nullsome}}, {{Representations}}, {{Topologies}}

===Representations of the Nullsome===

  • true
  • direct
  • constant
  • significant

2004.11.12 {{A}}: Koks ryšys tarp sąmoningėjimo ir nulybės atvaizdų? {{D}}: Aš galiu būti jumyse įvairiai, priklausomai nuo to kaip mes bendraujame.

2004.11.04 {{A}}: Koks nulybės atvaizdų ir trejybės atvaizdų vaidmuo tau susikalbant su mumis? {{D}}: Mes žiūrime į vienas kitą iš šalies ir dalyvaujam tiesiogiai, tad atvaizdai tai sujungia.


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