Reality

Discussion in 'General Philosophy' started by Spellbound, May 25, 2015.

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  1. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    Albert Fils-Aime Nick, try saying that again to someone who is trying to understand the CTMU, and I'll report you. Mr. Davis, I only postulated a four-aspect substance by paying attention to the fact that the components of the HCS are extensions of each other and could therefore be formulated differently. I believed that a four-aspect line of extensions could be the most general, and therefore the default. But then I went on with thinking of how the QPS is emotional in comparison to the LMS, and found that this is similar to applying a subfield of mathematics like number theory to the entire spectrum of physical law. So I believe it is more like a two-aspect substance where the duality of the ETS and QPS components contain the duality of the LMS and STOS components. The technicalities of self-containment relations lies my problem with understanding the CTMU mathematically, though I understand it in general. As far as I've read, the three metalogical principles combine to form supertautology, so please explain your assertion that the three are each supertautologies. And if I were to give my word to Chris Langan, I'd say he should put forth a simplification of his theory that pays high attention to the deepest of technicalities and uses a simpler style of expression for his principles. Anyway, thanks for your thoughts.
     
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    Human Cognitive Syntax

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    In the CTMU, the Human Cognitive Syntax (HCS) (or Human Cognitive-Perceptual Syntax) is the set of structural and functional rules obeyed by the human mind. The HCS can be partitioned or stratified according to the nature of the elements incorporated in the rules. In particular, Langan names four classes or "subsyntaxes" of the HCS:
    • space-time-object syntax (STOS), rules governing the fundamental trio space, time, and object (see also triality).
    • logico-mathematical syntax (LMS), the laws of logic and mathematics. Langan also denotes these laws by S1 and denotes the laws of physics by S2. S1=LMS forms a syntactic covering for S2.
    • qualio-perceptual syntax (QPS), the perceptual qualia in terms of which we define and extract experience.
    • emo-telic syntax (ETS), feelings and emotions integral to the determination of utility.
    Since humans are real, human cognition is embedded in the generalized cognition of reality. At the same time, for us to be able to cognitively refer to reality, it must conform to our cognitive categories (i.e., to the HCS). Hence there is an isomorphism between human cognition and generalized cognition, and this implies that they are mutually consistent aspects of a single global form of cognition, namely SCSPL self-processing.

    http://ctmucommunity.org/wiki/Human_Cognitive_Syntax

    HERE WE SEE THAT THE SCSPL IS CERTAINLY NOT MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE TO THE UNIVERSE.
     
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  5. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    The HCS obeys the same rules as generalized cognition.
     
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    In the CTMU, syntactic and mathematical rules are obeyed by the universe and everything real. Reality is mathematical and physical. It also appears to acknowledge itself through the SCSPL.
     
  8. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    I guess God is like alcoholism.
     
  9. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    He is more like love.
     
  10. spidergoat Valued Senior Member

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    So what made you disbelieve? And what made you believe again?
     
  11. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    Excellent question! Thank you for asking. After watching Matthew Mcconaunhey's "Life is a Dream" speech from True Detective I decided to become an atheist to the extreme and believed myself to be strictly a body where my emotions were the illusory part of myself. So I decided to rebel against the idea of God by reading the Devil's website (Actual Slavery) and I could feel the injury to my neck affecting my body's system in a deadly way and then I suddenly believed in God and shut off the Actual Slavery screen that I was reading and felt the injury returning back to normal and I suddenly praised God and thanked Him for returning my body to normal otherwise I may have suffered a tormenting long-term injury to my physical body. I believed it was the wave-function of my body that adjusted the damage that my disbelief caused followed by my belief (to the point of confidence and assurance that God exists), not to mention I could hear and feel things that my eyes could not see happening around me. Such as the Devil bleeding from the ceiling. The pain was exchanged for my belief between me and the Devil, and I could feel something drip from the ceiling onto my arm but I could not see. Though I was confident it was the Devil's blood instead of mine.
     
  12. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    Every bit of this sounds crazy.
     
  13. exchemist Valued Senior Member

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    I think that now, at last, we have been given solid evidence of Spellbound's deranged mental condition. I'm sure a lot of us suspected, but now it is fairly plain to see.
     
  14. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    YOU ARE IN NO POSITION TO CALL ME DERANGED AS YOU HAVE NO ACCESS TO MY INTERNAL ORGANS AND BONES. NOT EVEN AN X-RAY CAN DETERMINE THE REALITY OF MY INJURY.
     
  15. river Valued Senior Member

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    Spellbound .......get a grip on yourself guy.
     
  16. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    IT IS POSSIBLE THAT MY INJURY AND HEALING MAY HAVE HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH GOD. HOWEVER I AM NOT GOING TO RULE IT OUT.

    My neck is feeling better though.

    THE REASON... My neck is currently in the process of healing because I genuinely believed I was possessed by the Devil so I tried my best to twist it backwards. I do not regret it.

    As my neck is feeling much better I currently doubt the existence of God.
     
  17. river Valued Senior Member

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    Get a grip guy.
     
  18. Spellbound Banned Valued Senior Member

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    Sorry, I tend to get angry at people who jump to conclusions about me quickly.
     
  19. river Valued Senior Member

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    Just focus on your thinking , thats all that matters in the end.

    Thats all I want anyway.

    river
     
  20. Daecon Kiwi fruit Valued Senior Member

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    We're not jumping to conclusions about you quickly.

    You have a whole posting history on here to draw a conclusion from.
     
  21. Kristoffer Giant Hyrax Valued Senior Member

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    No jumping required. A tiny shuffle will do.
     
  22. Dr_Toad It's green! Valued Senior Member

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    This dude rings some Internet warning bell in me... I almost remember who it may be, but not yet...

    Watchele este bobo, de veras!

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  23. Sarkus Hippomonstrosesquippedalo phobe Valued Senior Member

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    Spellbound, you didn't become an atheist, even for a short time, from the sound of it.
    In your own words, you "decided to rebel against the idea of God". That is not lacking belief in God. It sounds as you still believed but merely tried to act as though you didn't. Yet your actions were not of someone lacking belief in God but of someone deliberately trying to go against what they actually did believe in.

    And please don't take this as an offence, but the rest of your post suggests you may need some professional help, as it sounds as though you are/were suffering hallucinations and possibly delusions as well, i.e. possibly hearing and feeling things that aren't there.
     
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