## 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

What is the basis for reason? And mathematics?

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Eodnhoj7
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### 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

{1 → ((n>0)<1))} = (...), .9999999..., .1, .01, .001, .0000001, (...)

{((0<n)<1) → 1} = (...), .0000001, .001, .01, .1, .9999999..., (...)

{1 → ((n>0)<1))} + {((0<n)<1) → 1} = 1

The progression from one indefinite state to another indefinite state, if isomorphic to a corresponding indefinite state, necessitates "1" as defined through the summation of indefinite states; thus is fundamentally dynamic and irrational.

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

Here is Henri, the existentialist cat.

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

wtf wrote:
Sat Sep 14, 2019 11:35 pm
Here is Henri, the existentialist cat.

So much for math containing all of the answers...

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 8:24 pm
So much for math containing all of the answers...
Are you an admirer of the great surrealist painter Salvador Dali? He is famous for having written the screenplay of the Hollywood blockbuster Hello Dali.

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

wtf wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:17 pm
Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 8:24 pm
So much for math containing all of the answers...
Are you an admirer of the great surrealist painter Salvador Dali? He is famous for having written the screenplay of the Hollywood blockbuster Hello Dali.

I know you have a point but I am not seeing it...

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:24 pm
I know you have a point but I am not seeing it...
"Ummon [Yunmen] went to Bokushu's temple to seek Zen. The first time he went, he was not admitted. The second time he went, he was not admitted. The third time he went the gate was opened slightly by Bokushu, and thus Ummon stuck his leg in attempting to gain entrance. Bokushu urged him to "Speak! Speak!"; as Ummon opened his mouth, Bokushu pushed him out and slammed shut the large gate so swiftly that Ummon's leg was caught and was broken."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yunmen_Wenyan

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

wtf wrote:
Tue Sep 17, 2019 12:41 am
Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Mon Sep 16, 2019 9:24 pm
I know you have a point but I am not seeing it...
"Ummon [Yunmen] went to Bokushu's temple to seek Zen. The first time he went, he was not admitted. The second time he went, he was not admitted. The third time he went the gate was opened slightly by Bokushu, and thus Ummon stuck his leg in attempting to gain entrance. Bokushu urged him to "Speak! Speak!"; as Ummon opened his mouth, Bokushu pushed him out and slammed shut the large gate so swiftly that Ummon's leg was caught and was broken."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yunmen_Wenyan
I know you have a point, but you are not seeing it....

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Tue Sep 17, 2019 5:20 pm
I know you have a point, but you are not seeing it....
The morning after Philip Kapleau and Professor Phillips arrived at Ryutakuji Monastery they were given a tour of the place by Abbot Soen Nakagawa. Both Americans had been heavily influenced by tales of ancient Chinese masters who'd destroyed sacred texts, and even images of the Buddha, in order to free themselves from attachment to anything. They were thus surprised and disturbed to find themselves being led into a ceremonial hall, where the Roshi invited them to pay respects to a statue of the temple's founder, Hakuin Zenji, by bowing and offering incense.

On seeing Nakagawa bow before the image, Phillips couldn't contain himself, and burst out: "The old Chinese masters burned or spit on Buddha statues! Why do you bow down before them?"

"If you want to spit, you spit," replied the Roshi. "I prefer to bow."

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### Re: 1 as Dynamic and Irrational

wtf wrote:
Tue Sep 17, 2019 6:02 pm
Eodnhoj7 wrote:
Tue Sep 17, 2019 5:20 pm
I know you have a point, but you are not seeing it....
The morning after Philip Kapleau and Professor Phillips arrived at Ryutakuji Monastery they were given a tour of the place by Abbot Soen Nakagawa. Both Americans had been heavily influenced by tales of ancient Chinese masters who'd destroyed sacred texts, and even images of the Buddha, in order to free themselves from attachment to anything. They were thus surprised and disturbed to find themselves being led into a ceremonial hall, where the Roshi invited them to pay respects to a statue of the temple's founder, Hakuin Zenji, by bowing and offering incense.

On seeing Nakagawa bow before the image, Phillips couldn't contain himself, and burst out: "The old Chinese masters burned or spit on Buddha statues! Why do you bow down before them?"

"If you want to spit, you spit," replied the Roshi. "I prefer to bow."
Observing the statue as a hollow empty form...is a to observe the statue as a hollow empty form. If the "God(s)", whether of principle, law or anthropormorphic design, are exposed as fundamentally hollow by nature...to point this out is hardly spitting or even bowing...it is strictly using ones finger and drawing a circle in the air, and then watching that moment evaporate into a memory.