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12 Circumstances One, All, Many House rules: - The policy of the many
- Leave things the way you found them
- Respect constancy
Note that there is only one empty set. But there could also be many empty sets. And all can be thought of as an empty set. Can the search for constancy be considered a search for emptiness? Relate one, all, many with symmetry breaking and search for constancy. How is constancy related to symmetry? portray mu as measuring tape portray mu as super hero measuring tape with two hands ready to hold on - Composition - roots
- Primitive recursion - runners
- Minimization operator - seed
Weed in cracks of cement In defining the minimization operator, and in coding a list of natural numbers with a single natural number: - It is problematic to code "nonhalting" as an integer because it cannot serve as an input. So it would have to be an integer that cannot be used as an input. In this way it is an input that got deleted. And so this is where the power of computing is increased, through the introduction of deletion of a variable.
Minimization operator: representations of nullsome have us proceed through all levels (from true to direct, from direct to constant, from constant to significant) - necessary (0 is constancy), actual (the meaning of 0), possible (if starts, then ends)
- object, process, subject
Constancy - search for meaning - one, all, many
Significance - go beyond - being, doing, thinking
In the search for constancy: take a stand (as to one), follow through (across all), reflect (supposing many)
One-all-many relates questions (selection) and answers (judgement). Many is the regularity that every question is answered relevantly. Zero is "no" as a positive answer. |

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