An Attitude of Complexity: Thirteen Essays on the Nature and Construction of Reality Under the Challenge of Zeno's Paradox

37 Pages Posted: 13 May 2014

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Date Written: March 28, 2014

Abstract

This set of three volumes argues that the mind – human consciousness – may be measured by considering mathematically the aggregate of that consciousness, i.e. social history. From this beginning theme of discussion three questions must arise. 1. How might this measurement be made? 2. Of what value is this measurement? and 3. How does this measurement affect our present understanding of the reality in which we live?

Each of these three volumes attempts to provide answers to one of these questions.

Keywords: Rings of Saturn, Real GNP, Golden Mean, Phi, Kondratiev Wave, Global Financial Crisis, American Economic History, GNP Spiral, Okun’s Law, Revolution, Kaluza, Fifth Dimension, General Relativity, Astronomy, Zeno’s Paradox, Summation

JEL Classification: B41, B5, C01, C02, C50, C63, E00, E01, E10, E19, E30, N00, N01, N11, Z10, Z13

Suggested Citation

Albers, Scott A., An Attitude of Complexity: Thirteen Essays on the Nature and Construction of Reality Under the Challenge of Zeno's Paradox (March 28, 2014). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2436252 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2436252

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