Re: Platonism, Zen and the Munchauseen Trillema as Bridge for Eastern and Western Philosophy
Posted: Wed Aug 21, 2019 7:01 pm
Thus my example stands as true, right and correct. Shame you missed it.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 6:17 pmAge wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 6:07 pmYou are still mistaken as you keep missing things.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Wed Aug 21, 2019 3:13 pm
You assumed it was not there, it was there all along. Also If you reread the chronological order, I stated I did not read what you wrote (multiple times) because of your assumption I never addressed your examples...which page four response proving this is false as each point has a response to it.
You actually provided multiple examples and the "one" was defined.
Actually I am not refuting anything of my own argument.
I will provide an example....make sure to actually look at point 2.
• will be assumed as symbol for "an assumption".
1. This statement is not assumed.
2. •(•(•T•h•i•s) •(•s•t•a•t•e•m•e•n•t) •(•i•s) •(•n•o•t) •(•a•s•s•u•m•e•d) •.)
3. This statement appears as a contradiction because it is self negating. This is considering if I state it is not assumed, and it is assumed, the statement is both an assumption and not assumption.
4. However it is always an assumption, therefore its nature as false or contradictory is it is incomplete in defintion due to an absense of context.
5. If I include a new context to define it: "This statement is not an assumption because the word assumption is not observed the same chain of symbols in x language". ...then the statement is no longer a contradiction by first glance. However, paradoxically it is still a contradiction because it is undefined by "x". Contradiction is a deficiency in definition, an absense or order as the connection of one assumption to another. X could be a variable observing the word assumption as "supposition" in French. In this case certain chains of symbols, letters in this case, do exist...just not all of them. So again the assumption is both true and false because of context.
6. All assumptions are simultaneously true and false because of context.
7. Thus "no assumption" is true because relative to another context this is not an assumption in symbol, but it is always an assumption as is.
8. Assumptions are thus symbols in nature considering the nature of the symbol, as a form, is assumed as is where this form is always not just taken as is but observes the point of awareness, the linear definition and circularity of the statement as necessitating assumption is an actual form.
Of course many of my assumptions are disconnected, but it does not necessitate all assumptions are not connected as assumptions.
Also, have you proven that absolutely EVERY thing is an assumption?
"All" is assumed.