Mirroring, Symbolism and Need: A Two-Timing Nature or a Whole Concept
Marvin Eli Kirsh
California State University, Los Angeles
November 4, 2010
Methodology and theory in science are related to a philosophy in which the centric position of the first person, perception and cognition are made the exclusive focus for interpretation involving mirroring, symbolism, and need, criteria from which major first scientific works in Anthropology originated. A new orientation is found for some notions in physics and cosmology, especially those revolved around an ether as a substrate for the transmission of light that are used in explanation in Theory of Relativity, interpretation of experiment. The interferometer and red shift, theory and experiment in biology, as well as aspects of Ancient Philosophies, and a modern age of extended means of communication are discussed and compared in critique with respect to a visual model, created mathematically, of an egg, that is used to demonstrate proposed physical and conceptual form. The Earth, civilization is argued to have a unaware two-timing complex in thinking social and behavioral aspects caused by the external invasion of spaces by unknown phenomenon dating back to the time of Eve and reflected from a philosophical incompleteness to a space structured with a like two-timed weave of conceptual and material form..
Number of Pages in PDF File: 27
Keywords: Anthropology and Philosophy, Evolution, Social and Natural Science, Mind and Matter, Energy and Form , Time Simultaneity and Representation, The Concept, Emergence, Obstruction and Self-Generation, Mirroring Symbolism and Need
Date posted: November 7, 2010 ; Last revised: November 13, 2012
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