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Recursion

Post by Eodnhoj7 » Mon Jun 15, 2020 2:03 am

RECURSION


At its root, philosophy relies solely upon a dualism of "definition" and "no definition" where any real definition causes a paradox of something else being undefined, thus necessitating a cyclic nature as an alternation between extremes. This alternation between extremes of clarity and ambiguity is a circularity between particulars and generals. This is fully represented under a cycle. This cycle is absolute and constant as the maintanance of assertions, one assertion is maintained by its opposite. As existing through the opposite all assertions connect and seperate, they connect through a center medial term and they seperate through a center medial term. This assertion is simple.

It is the expression of one assertion under many assertions, where any form of analysis is the formation of one thing into many through a process of diverging and rediverging definitions. Analysis is a variable multiplier and contradicts any form of wholism in knowledge where being exists as one entity. This is considering analysis is the breaking down of an assertion into parts.

Dually the progress to a particular is a paradoxical manifestation of a general where a particular as composed of many particulars in turn acts as a general. A part directs itself to a whole and the whole directs itself into parts again. This dualism between the parts and the whole is a dualism between definition and no definition where the relationships of parts results in definition and the whole, in itself, is undefined. In the duality between definition and no definition the lucid assertion manifests as an ambiguous one, the ambiguous into a lucid. This can be seen in word definition.

Observing how words are defined in a dictionary, all definitions can be mapped as a recursive spiral. This recursive spiral can be defined as one thing is expressed in a variety of ways, thus being what is called a "tautology." Paradoxically a tautology is subject to a tautology:

1. Tautology is variation.
2. Variation is change. -
3. Change is difference. --
4. Difference is divergence. ---

5. Divergence is variation. -
6. Variation is distinction.
7. Distinction is change.

8. Change is particulation. --
9. Particulation is difference.

10. Difference is Tautology. ---

11. Divergence is Tautology.

The definition of being, as tautological, follows this same nature:


1. Existence is reality.
2. Reality is a state. -
3. State is a condition. --
4. Condition is circumstance. ---
5. Circumstance is a fact. ----
6. Fact is truth. -----

7. Reality is a truth. -
8. Truth is a thing.
9. Thing is an object
10. Object is a material.
11. Material is a state

12. State is a particular. --
13. Particular is an individual.
14. Individual is singular.
15. Singular is condition.

16. Condition is appearance. ---
17. Appearance is looks.
18. Looks is circumstance.

19. Circumstance is an event. ----
20. Event is a fact.

21. Fact is existence. -----


This recursion is the repetition of assertions under new forms:

((A--> A)--> B --> (A --> B --> C))

Where:

1. The original word both references itself and leads to a new word.

2. The new word leads both to the original word, references itself and leads to a new word.

3. This process repeats in an expanding tautological spiral as a series of rings within rings where each word is a context.

4. All words, along a continuum of rings, are center points for new words while are intrinsically empty as a self referencing ring.

The process of philosophy is a process of definition derived from the very same foundations of language it that it manifests under. It is this this infinite regress to definition that necessitates all terms as existing as an inherent middle.


1. All exists through a infinite continuum.

2. The inversion of one continuum to another continuum allows the recursion of the continuum as a new continuum. This in itself is a continuum.

3. Each continuum, as a subset of an infinite continuum, is one infinite continuum inverted to many continuums, thus necessitating finiteness as multiple infinities.

4. The recurssion of one continuum into infinite continuums necessitates each continuum as a center point for a further continuum thus all continuums are meaningful. This meaning occurs through circularity resulting from repetition.

5. Each continuum, as inverting into another continuum is thus void in and of itself.

6. All continuums as centerpoint for further continuums, are instrincially empty contexts. Each continuum is an intrinsically empty context that is a center point for a further context.

This definition applies to being itself, as tautological assumptions of reality itself. Again, a tautology is one thing manifested in a variety of ways.

All tautologies, are spirals by nature.

1. One phenomena expresses itself in a new manner.

2. The new phenomena expresses itself as a variation of both itself and the original.

3. The original phenomena continues expressing itself in a newer state, with the newer state continuing its self expressive nature.


Thus the definition of a tautology is grounded in the inversion of one assertion into another.

This definition map exists alongside of the recursive spiral equation of:

((A--> A)--> B --> (A --> B --> C))

as:

((A --> A) --> (B<--> -A))

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