Jere Northrop and Andrius Kulikauskas lead this Math 4 Wisdom study group More Links Andrius: I am translating my understanding of Jere Northrop's language of wisdom into my own words, and ultimately, into Wondrous Wisdom. Andrius Translates Jere From Jere's writings, notably, Chapter 4, "The Derivation of Archetypal Meaning in Ododu", of the Relational Symmetry Paradigm. The grapheme illustrates and exemplifies the meaning of the morpheme, and how that meaning might have evolved from the relational nature of the universe. The four Primary Vowels are the four fundamental types of relation: self relation, linear relation, relational relation, and interrelational relation. Self relation: A relation that is related to itself. The start of ourselves and the universe. It can also be viewed as a point in or of the universe, a perspective from which to view the rest of the universe. It possesses only location, no width no length, no height, no mass. It is just a point, but most importantly, a point in time. Represented by a point on a sheet of paper, the origin, a beginning, the first symbol, what results when we first touch a pen or pencil to a sheet of paper. The initiating presumption in the development of Ododu is that the associated four graphemes are the most foundational and primitive graphemes that we can create. Relational Systems Theory exemplifies these relational orders by describing everything in terms of Systems of arbitrary natures, and the possible relations that can be defined relative to such systems. Relational Systems Theory considers not relations between systems but also between a system and a relation and between relations. The assumption is that these are the most fundamental morphemes and they represent, among other very general interpretations, the four dimensions of space and time as historically viewed by physics. The four Secondary Vowels arise when a distinction is made in the four dimensional space time that separates each of us from the rest of the universe. The generation and representation of the graphemes and morphemes of these four vowels is very similar to the presentation of G. Spencer Brown in Laws of Form (1969). Laws of Form starts with the concept of a distinction which is drawn as a boundary with separate sides (boundary). The boundary can be crossed (cross) and the cross can be marked (mark) to differentiate the two sides of the boundary. These concepts are described in terms of expressions, and indications of equivalent expressions are defined as equations (interactions). The construction presents a natural ordering of these concepts and why the derivational process is sequential. This follows because we all live and exist in time, and that everything we do is ordered or sequenced by time. A description of how each Primary Vowel changes with respect to the changes in each Secondary Vowel relative to each specific interaction. In the formation of the consonants this will result in a serially subsumptive procedure that closely resembles the beginning of morphogenesis in a fertilized egg in biology. As each consonant is formed it will be arranged in a series such that each consonant contains all of the graphemes of the prior consonants in the series. The morphemes that correspond to these graphemes will provide a relational basis for the construction of reality in a conscious entity. It applies to our own personal history as we grow from a baby into an adult, and, on a simpler scale, it mirrors the process that we subconsciously repeat each day when we wake up from sleep. John Roy Hamann. Maximum Entropy Principle. Action S (How) yields Action S' (What). This change information (evaluation of probabilities, value judgements) I (Why) to information I' (Whether). Notes Jere brėžiniai, tai šešėliai, pinigai, linear functionals, atvaizdai Jere - taškas ir 3 paišomos linijos. Linijos yra požiūriai, jomis apibrėžiami 3 protai. Anthony Arthur Augustine. TimberFish Technologies
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