For example I don't "thingify", I don't project imaginary units, imaginary divisions onto reality. I don't use backwards thinking based on thing-ness. I don't see things as being fundamentally separate, held together by "interactions" and so on. I don't hallucinate a phenomena-noumena dualism. I don't see fundamental ontological divisions in reality. I don't see double, or double double etc.
Which is why philosophically speaking, it's a delusion system. Because phenomena and noumena are one and the same.As I said, empiricism is the acceptance that all we know for certain is that there are phenomena. Strictly speaking all that is absolutely certain is the current experience that gives the impression there is a you to experience it.
Stuff is stuff, all of it can be described as information, but then there is no stuff anymore. Lumps and eddies in stuff sounds like a double vision.Hang on a mo. I was the one who suggested that information is the lumps and eddies in stuff.
No, that's also stuff.If you claim that there is stuff and " a description, an abstraction", you are a dualist.
Are you claiming that descriptions, abstractions are not part of the phenomenal world studied by empiricists?