The Egg, Shape and Nature
Marvin Eli Kirsh
California State University, Los Angeles
December 22, 2010
It is suggested that the characteristcs of emerged entities, identities, is specific path, path length, and path length time determined, mostly within folds that are not witnessible consistently from the investigation of reverse processes. Examined in this presentation is the topic of form and surface from the perspective of the philosophy of Bertrand Russell, theory in physics and a graphical egg representation that contradicts modernly accepted precepts in physics theory. Shape in nature is discussed in relation to cause and effect, the universal attribute of contingency and a special verses general case to describe the world. Argument is presented for the application effort in interpretation to consider criteria of shape and form though associated interpretation may result to be insufficient or incomplete according to theoretical rationale.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 24
Keywords: the egg, shape and form, identity, instinct, 'the concept', mind and matter, Russells' Paradox, Einsteins' theory of relativity, container and contentsworking papers series
Date posted: December 22, 2010 ; Last revised: April 26, 2013
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