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Justin William Zijlstra's person...

by: Justin William Zijlstra

Interests: Usable philosophy Western, Taoist, Buddhist doing philosophy, introspection/meditation and qualitative psychology, foundations of numbers Philosophy and computer science "Taking radicals as the probable measure of things.." Sophisms (per step (I think this is plebeyan)) At the third ...read on

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On the totality of being

by: Justin William Zijlstra

What actions come back? Only the one's describable, because those need to get a general nominator, then there is room and it gets reflected from the imagination or a concept onto, does one succumb or revision or does it allow associations and contemplation? At the same point? About it? Around it? ...read on

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time, space, atoms

by: Justin William Zijlstra

Atomic or strictly distinguishable Spatial or strictly differentiable, stretchable without attacking the atomic Temporal or strictly movable without changing the spatial and atomic Thus messages may appear that are strictly movable without tempo....read on

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To begin from zero

by: Justin William Zijlstra

Is a philosophically undefined principle. One needs energy one could argue but then one passes down the problem, but I can go on and say "one needs information", then the question remains, can energy be binary? And does small scale information destroy what is commonly held as information? What ...read on

tags: ..cs / Energy Philosophy / Information Philosophy
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Mental certainty principle

by: Justin William Zijlstra

Is the following philosophy in an almost formal nutshell? Consistent? "The why invites for meta analysis, the why invites for an external explanation because the thing perceived in the laboratory or because of a model in itself is a reality but needs an external context to verify its truth"   ...read on

tags: ..rospective Philosophy / Pseudo Formal Philosophy
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Intentionality cleared up

by: Justin William Zijlstra

Intentionality is illusorily defined I think or it is defined as generalization of an observation but in itself does not exist besides the denotation it has become and yet it has something which indeed is true in experience: "Every mental phenomenon is characterized by what the Scholastics of the ...read on

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