What are the 8 hypostases? I've seen this referred to a few other times on 
this list and have never really known what it refers to.

thanks

dan

On Tuesday, October 29, 2013 10:30:26 AM UTC-4, Bruno Marchal wrote:
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> On 29 Oct 2013, at 14:14, Craig Weinberg wrote: 
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> > On Tuesday, October 29, 2013 3:08:16 AM UTC-4, Bruno Marchal wrote: 
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> > On 28 Oct 2013, at 19:55, Craig Weinberg wrote: 
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> >> On Monday, October 28, 2013 1:53:02 PM UTC-4, Bruno Marchal wrote: 
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> >> I refer you to my rare posts where I suggest that the level is the   
> >> molecular level, and should include the glial cells, which in my   
> >> opinion (from diverse reading) handle to information. 
> >> 
> >> I also defend the idea that an amoeba, by being unicellular, can be   
> >> seen as a cell being simultaneously a digestive cell, a muscular   
> >> cells, a liver cell, a kidney cell, a bone cell, and a brain cell. 
> >> 
> >> Amoebas are not completely stupid and deserve respects, and so are   
> >> any each of our own cells, despite those cells in multicellular   
> >> organism have lost a bit of their freedom and universality to   
> >> cooperate in what is ourself. 
> >> 
> >> Again, the bold quote illustrates comp, and the fact that the level   
> >> is lower than some thought. 
> >> 
> >> Also with comp, consciousness is NOT a product of the mind. that's   
> >> still too much an aristotelian way to express the "identity"   
> >> thesis. Consciousness is not physical, it is the mental state of   
> >> person associated to machines, when those person develop *some*   
> >> true belief. 
> >> 
> >> So if dendrites and molecules are people, why not quarks and numbers? 
> > 
> > Cells are people, perhaps. Dendrites and molecules lack self- 
> > referential means, like quarks. 
> > 
> > How do you know? From the article, dendrites seem to be doing what   
> > (we think that) a neuron does. 
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> We can' know. An why would not a dendrite be a puppet manipulated by   
> neurons. 
> My hand might have a more complex behavior than a dendrite, yet I do   
> not consider my hand as a person. 
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> > relative numbers does not lack them, but as 3p pure notion, are not   
> > people, but people can emerge from them and their cognitive abilities. 
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> > What do they emerge into, 
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> Into person, or people. 
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> > given they lack sensory abilities? 
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> Like molecules or elementary particles and waves. 
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> The person, including the sensory abilities, is what emerge. To be   
> more correct, the person is just the universal person, already in   
> Platonia, described by the 8 hypostases, and which quickly believes   
> itself to be a particular person when forgetting where she comes from. 
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> The sensory abilities are well described by the universal person   
> canonically associated to the universal machine, in his "Bp & Dt & p"   
> discourse, notably. 
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> The waves, the molecules, eventually the number relations   
> particularize, or incarnate, the person in different context, but they   
> don't create the person, nor produce consciousness. (I assume comp, of   
> course). 
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> Bruno 
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> http://iridia.ulb.ac.be/~marchal/ 
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