Atla wrote: ↑Mon Oct 21, 2019 5:47 pmHere you are using "behaviour" and "way" as abstractions too, so you said exactly nothing about the concrete.
To say something about the concrete is an abstraction, hence you are saying nothing at all.
No it doesn't, this only showcases your inability to think in 4 dimensions. And nondualism has nothing to do with it.False, from a non-dual perspective there is as one can see all its movements summed up in one moment where it forms a circle or loop.
False, thoughts are abstractions thus have no connection to the concrete according to your...I wouldn't even call it a stance at this point, just diverging gibberish.
Just "connection" itself? That totally depends on context then, so it's a nonsensical question. Which you would understand if you understood the abstract-concrete distinction.No, you are avoiding the question. Is "connection" an abstraction or is it physical?
So is context physical or is it an abstraction?
And there you go slithering off again...snake...
How does science work? And what's all this about quantum mechanics?