I am still thinking about the naming issue and I am not 100% satisfied
with any suggestion. The field we are discussing is really at the
intersection of three subjects: Theology, Physics and Psychology. This
reminds me that about six years ago I wrote a book which was never
published (I did not have the credentials and/or the book was too "far
out" for the editors). I entitled the book "God, the World and I." In
terms of your theory "God, the World and I" may correspond to G*, G and
the first person.
I am not sure how this could affect the naming issue. Trying to combine
these three concepts we could get titles such as:
First person Theological Physics????? First-person Theo-Mechanics?????
First-person Physical Theology????? First-person Machine Theology??????
Theological Physical Psychology?????
Psychology is not really satisfying... I should really be the science of
the "first-person, the "self" or the "observer".... possibly the term
for it is "relativistic" instead of "psychology").......so we get
"Relativistic Theological Physics" or "Relativistic Theological
Mechanics".....hmmmm.... Upon hearing these words, people may decide to
lock us up in an insane asilum. :-\
- Re: Paper+Exercises+Naming Issue George Levy