On Sunday, September 23, 2012 9:06:55 AM UTC-4, rclough wrote:
> Hi Evgenii Rudnyi
> Phenomena are the how physical processes appear to our senses.
> So they are appearances, not the processes themselves.
> But scientific experiments and measurements are not
> made on the appearances, they are made on the
> processes. Thus the appearences areor [phenomena
> are said to be "well-grounded" in the processes themselves.
> Kant spelled this out in great detail, calling "noumena" the
> actual physical process which we cannot reach by our senses,
> and the appearances of those noumena to the senses
> he called "phenomena".
Yes, but my hypothesis points to an entirely new picture of cosmos and
psyche which explains the relation more clearly. Everything is both
noumenal and phenomenal. Every noumenon of yours is a phenomenon from my
perspective and vice versa. Multisense realism reinterprets those ideas of
Locke and Kant which see the universe as a schema in which things can be
more and less real, into one in which realism itself is a qualitative value
exposed by agreements between multiple channels of sense experience. Dreams
are real dreams, not fake realities. Not Primary and Secondary qualities,
but a spectrum with both a private temporal range and a public spatial
range. Not synthetic and analytic but algebraic-gestalt and
topological-geometric. Not a priori and a posteriori but a spectrum of
sense access ranging from direct to indirect, inferred, intuited, and
undetected. You should understand that my intention is to throw out all
philosophy and physics interpretations and start completely over from
scratch. I reject all previous assumptions about the cosmos and
consciousness and create entirely new ones that make more sense.
> the following content -----
> From: Evgenii Rudnyi
> Receiver: everything-list
> Time: 2012-09-22, 09:26:55
> Subject: Re: Physics, Metaphysics, and Realism
> On 22.09.2012 14:09 Roger Clough said the following:
> > Hi Evgenii Rudnyi
> > Following Leibniz and Kant, what we see in the case of the table is
> > a "well-grounded phenomenon". That is, we do not see the table
> > itself, but as it appears to our senses. But the table is not an
> > illusion, it really is there, and we can place a pitchure of milk on
> > it with no problem and knock on its surface.
> Now we should say where in the physical space this "well-grounded
> phenomenon" is located. Otherwise we will have a problem with
> PHYSICAL (within spacetime)
> long time,
> > especially near the end." -Woody Allen
> > ----- Receiving the following content ----- From: Evgenii Rudnyi
> > Receiver: everything-list Time: 2012-09-22, 07:29:27 Subject: Re:
> > Physics, Metaphysics, and Realism
> > On 22.09.2012 11:48 Roger Clough said the following:
> >> Hi Craig Weinberg
> >> I would classify your items as follows:
> >> MENTAL (outside of spacetime) : All experiences, dreams,
> >> delusions, information, mathematics, logic, time, space, feelings,
> >> thoughts, ideas, numbers, life itself, God, monads, mathematics,
> >> physical laws themselves, theory of any type.
> >> PHYSICAL (within spacetime): Anything with dimensions, anything
> >> you can measure with physical instruments (even indirectly), weigh
> >> or see under a microscope or telescope, mass, energy, force,
> >> velocity, time, distance, voltage, optical or sound intensity, wave
> >> amplitude, dna type, cancer type, living tissue, dead tissue, flesh
> >> (brain).
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