Originally posted by mcsandy
I am just a meger study of polarity, .......and all other things that drives ATS! Currently I am trying to break through duality!
One of the ideas I hinted at in the paper is that the positive and negative axes are unified by a larger concept that describes the entire axis. So if
you look at fig. 1 on page 3
you will notice that:
"Exigency" (or the base imperative) unifies "nature" and "choice."
"Life as a good to be consumed" unifies "self" and "group."
The z-axis further illustrates this principle as consequence.
So you can think of the -x axis as "nature enforced exigency" and the +x axis as "choice based imperative." Similarly the +y axis is "life as a good
to consumed for the self" and the -y axis is "life as a good to be consumed for the group."
Each of the concepts overlap in that [self, group, nature, choice] each extend over 3π/2 (270°) of a full 2π (360°) circle (see
). Meaning Q2 represents (self
/ (choice + nature)). Q3
represents ((self + group) / nature
). Q4 is (group
/ (nature + choice)). And, Q1 is ((group + self) / choice
) as seen in
. Each [self, group, nature, choice] characteristic then
transitions through [beginning, peak
, end, hidden] causing each quarter to segue from one characteristic to the next (e.g. Q2 transitions from
"end choice" to "beginning group" in Q3 as seen in fig 2.3
So starting from Q3, at x = -1, y=0, in a scientism reality, means you end in overcoming "nature enforced exigency" at x = +1, y=0). If you were to
start in a "choice based universe," as described on page 6
would flip the numbers and work from x=+1, y=0 and end in overcoming "choice based exigency" at x=-1, y=0).
The idea then is each theoretical universe in many ways is defined by the characteristic that is missing. So in a reality controlled by natural
processes, the ability to act independent of nature (as pure unimpeded choice) is the hidden or latent factor all creatures are impelled to work
I go into more detail about this, and the teleology behind it, in the
edit on 5-2-2013 by Xtraeme because: (no reason given)