UVSM Table of Contents
A preliminary conversation about Philosophy, the use of the term "metaphysics", jargon, historical philosophers, science, popularity, the nature of relation, realism and idealism.
The Reformation of Metaphysics
Development of the clarified concept of Metaphysics as an inquiry into foundational domain concept relationships, and exposition of a means of thinking that results in a preliminary presentation of the Axioms.
Statement of the Axioms
A statement of the three Axioms of the Immanent Metaphysics (IM) in their fully developed form.
A language model, definitions, and descriptions for a conceptual termonology to encompasses the essential nature of what is real.
The Incommensuration Theorem Dialog
Uses the intrinsics of comparison/measurement to show that symmetry and continuity are inherently conjugate perspectives. Generalizes same to consistency with the essense of Godel and EPR, as well as the apparent conflicted relation between QM and GR.
Axiom II Notes
As a discussion of why Axiom II takes the form that it does. Presented as a thought experiment in the nature of imagination.
Q and A on the Modalities
An examination of the modality termonology as it is used in the Immanent Metaphysics.
The Concept of Objectivity
Essay defines the concept of objectivity in terms of three rings of comparison. Example narratives are given to display how these rings apply.
Notes on the nature of the distinction between causal theory and mathematical determinism. Also, considerations on the relationship of science and mathematics, the nature of physical realism, dualism, and some general observations of how these relate to conceptual ideals.
The Hard Problem
Draft essay on the basis by which a reconcilation of 1st and 3rd person perspectives.
General Philosophy Discussion
Why is anything; what is life; etc.
About the nature of absolute truth, how it contrasts with a relative truth.
Some notes on the formulation of a consciousness/communication model of ethics.
The Dynamics of Small Groups
Presents an alternative model of how groups of people can self organize.
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