Accounting for the World
Marvin Eli Kirsh
California State University, Los Angeles
February 24, 2014
The purpose of this writing is to propose a frame of view, a form as the eternal world element, that is compatible with paradox with in the history of ideas, modern discovery as they confront one another. Under special consideration are problems of representation of phenomena, life, the cosmos as the rational facility of mind confronts the physical/perceptual, and itself. Current topics in pursuit are near as diverse and numbered as are the possibilities for a world composed strictly of uniqueness able to fill infinite space. It is assumed that not all of the paths chosen in contemporary pursuits will produce coherent determinations in an appropriate frame able to accommodate a world of nominals in motion, containing motion, and is commensurate with basic physical law, action, reaction, and the propagation of form, change from within. Intended as a potential guiding post for the aim of reason seeking to select, define and capture topics, chosen as special examples are the works of logistician/mathematician Lewis Carroll as he presents a paradox of actuality verses the reality of perception in Alice in Wonderland, the theory of relativity of Albert Einstein as he fails to elaborate a mathematics to communicate an inertial frame of reference, and the reconstruction ideas of Jacques Derrida as he refers for contrast with the scientific world view constructed of dualisms, monisms that are conceived to have no opposites. Supporting discussion is evolved from the works of Bertand Russell, Erwin Schrodinger, Jurgen Habermas, Bronislaw Malinowski, Michel Foucault.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 59
Keywords: number, accounting and governing, scientific cultural and natural processes, 'the concept', history mind matter energy and mass, natural ethic, universe and world, shape and form, first perspective, Bertrand Russell, Michel Foucault, Albert Einstein, Lewis Carroll, SierpińskisTriangle
Date posted: April 10, 2009 ; Last revised: January 29, 2015
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