A Behavioral Universe: Reconceiving matter and its properties as rules of
behavior applied to various contexts
In order to describe the universe as a product of mind
one must reconceive of the universe not as a collection
of things controlled by forces, but as a set of symbols
(mental entities) controlled by rules of behavior.
This could be achieved by replacing Leibniz's
"perceptions" and "appetites" with behavioral traits,
without otherwise disturbing Leibniz's metaphysics.
Dr. Roger Clough NIST (ret.) 6/5/2013
See my Leibniz site at
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