Quantity and Quality Part II

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Quantity and Quality Part II

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:32 pm

Quantity= Projection across time as a unit, as what is quantifiable is that which is observed as directed through time.

Quality= Absence of Time (as change) as Infinity.

Quantity is a gradation of quality into parts where Quality is the wholistic observation of infinite grades existing as unified through infinity.



A quality in itself can be quantified as 1 through which many grades exist. A grade of a quality is a part of a quality which relates to another quality as a quality in itself. For example the color red may be observed as "brick" or "dark" red in which case "brick" or "dark" as one quality relative to another. These in themselves exist as 1 quality, as an extension of a greater quality, that exists as an observation of connection in which the quality exists through connection alone.

Gradation of quality, in these respects, observe an inherent connection of the universal quality to another quality and from this implies a nature of seperation resulting in the grade itself. Hence gradation can be observed as a phenomenon in itself that exists as a separation of a universal through its connection to another universal or grade of a universal.

A grade, as a form of separation observes a degree of deficiency in a universal by its connection. For example where "dark" red observe the color red connected to the quality of "dark" (which can be observed as a modal relation between colors or a non-modal universal as color) "dark" read exists as a connection between "dark" and "red" in one respect which observes further "dark red" as a grade of "red" in the respect it is seperate from "red" while this "grade" observes "dark red" as an extension of "red" in itself in the respect a seperation observes an inverse degree of connection irrespective of time.

This seperation/connection dualism must be observed further.

What we observe through "gradation" is the connection of a universal to another universal (or grade) in which this connection observes an inherent approximation of one universal and another. This approximation, which is observed in the respect that universalities are connected mirrors an inherent nature of seperation of the universals as qualitative unities in themselves and quantitative "1's" respectively. Connection therefore implies a necessity and hence is an observation of negative dimensionality where the qualities' connection is present but the connection is dually an observation of seperation. So where "dark" and "red" can be viewed as qualitative extensions of eachother from one supreme quality (being) the observation of this connection observes an inherent multiplicity between the two.

This connection of "dark" and "red" where "dark" and "red" are universal qualities in themselves (in the respect they are observed as infinite connections) observes "dark" and "red" as a means of relation in themselves in which the negative dimension of connection acts as a quality in itself as relation which is localized. "Dark red" as a grade, with this grade observing a connection, observes a relation of qualities which exists in and of itself as a locality in itself. As "actual relations" "red" in one respect becomes a universal, as a grade, while maintaining itself as a grade mirroring the universals. As a universal "dark red" is composed of further grades ad-infinitum, such as "dark brick red" or "dark cherry red". Hence Universal Qualities exist as grades with these grades, as extensions of universal qualities existing further as universals. Universality and gradation, alternate through quality and quantity through inherent unity and multiplicity.

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Re: Quantity and Quality Part II

Post by commonsense » Sun Jul 08, 2018 12:47 am

Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:32 pm
Quality= Absence of Time (as change) as Infinity.
Please explain your definition of quality.
Thx

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Re: Quantity and Quality Part II

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:41 pm

commonsense wrote:
Sun Jul 08, 2018 12:47 am
Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:32 pm
Quality= Absence of Time (as change) as Infinity.
Please explain your definition of quality.
Thx
What we observe as a quality, such as color or even a concept, is a limit which exists through time but is fundamentally constant. For example, the color red exists as a constant in itself, synonymous to 1 as being a constant, that while percievably changing through time (as grades) this color in itself is "infinite" in the respect it is unchanging as "red" just "is".

This percievable change through time observes that while it may change through grades, this change is maintained as a constant because of the parts which compose it. In simpler terms, red is composed of infinite grades with this gradation observing "red" as a summation of a boundary of change.

Red, or color, in these respects exists as a form of infinite change which in effect cancels out this change as change becomes a constant boundary. Hence what we observe as a qualitity is an infinite degree of change through the relation of parts, with this change acting as a constant boundary that defines these parts for what they are. Hence red is observed as a boundary of change, which exists through other colors, and these other colors as grades of red (such as brick red) become a boundary of change through infinite gradation and hence a quality.

Quality is a boundary of change, and hence is unchanging, as it is an observation of infinity.

If that makes sense.

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Re: Quantity and Quality Part II

Post by commonsense » Mon Jul 09, 2018 6:58 pm

Very helpful. Thanks for clarifying quality for me.

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