On 11/5/2012 9:22 AM, Roger Clough wrote:
Hi Stephen P. King
No, the 3p view is what is there then, or there-then.
Anything objective, such as some algorithm,
could be spoke of as within the 3p.
'Where' and 'when' are meaningless unless specified. This renders
3p empty unless it can be a 1p of some entity.
The 1p view is subjective (here, now or here-now).
Thus the buddhists, yogis and mystics advise
us to be "here now". Buddhists I think call that
Yes, by definition.
Leibniz treats 1p in a somewhat more complicated
way as actually being objective, not only in
the form of snapshots, but as snapshots taken
from all the other monads in the universe, ie
Yes, monads = percepts for Leibniz
Leibniz also speaks of perceptions of the perceptions
as "apperceptions", but I have not completely figured these out.
The bottom line is that the apperceptions are what we
"normally" see and identify of as actual in the usual sense.
I think that L's apperceptions
<http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apperception> are "the process by which
new experience is assimilated to and transformed by the residuum of past
experience of an individual to form a new whole." and "the introspective
or reflective apprehension by the mind of its own inner states."
These are the internal dynamics of Monads.
"Forever is a long time, especially near the end." -Woody Allen
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