- Classical- impartialc, etc.
- Quantum- partialq, etc.
'Partial' can be a noun, a verb, an adjective, and an adverb.
Its quantum usages impose upon it memes and memeos borne of
ensemble evolutionary noun and verb plural participlings:
: Partial, partiality, partialize, partials,
Doug was reading a dictionary for classical
ideas, perhaps synonyms for 'object.' One dictionary which issi
similar some quantum~memes showed 'impartial' as a synonym for
objective. For Doug, in this QELR quantum~comtextings, that is
so blatant a 'classical tell.' Classical objective reality is
by canon 'law' impartial. Quantum wave~functional~reality issi
always partialq, always evolvingq, always mutatingq, always adaptingq,
So again, 'impartialityc' simply does n¤t exist in quantum~realityings.
Doug - 8Jan2016, 23Feb2016 (repair 'existed'
Classical partiality is objective, formal, analytic reduction
of substance. Classical partiality adheres Aristotle's
- A is A, ('law' of identity)
- A is either A or 'not'
A, and ('law' of contradiction)
- A may 'not' be both A and 'not' A. ('law' of excluded-middle)
Classical partials hold still and are independent
of that which they are 'partial.'
Classically all partial 'logic'
is false. No partial
can be 'true.'
You may see immediately how, if evolution is real,
all is in process
of evolution, thence all is classically partial, thence
all is classically 'false.'
to remediate classical 'partiality' as quantum
We ask simply,
"Are you partially whom you will be tomorrow,... , a year
from now?" If you answer "Yæs!" then do
you agree that classically you are 'false?' Is your existence
Is it classically
reign in Doug's narrative here?
Would you agree with Doug that what is said is always partially
what is unsaid: quanton(unsaid,said)?
There isn't and never
will be any complete, consistent and final 'classical said.'
See our August,
2006 TQS News on partiality.
See our review of Kuhn's Structure of Scientific Revolutions
as partial logic.
See our What
is Wrong with EPR Table? of problematic classical terms.
Doug does a terrific job of describing enthymemes (partial logics)
in detail there. Doug - 11Mar2009.
Doug - 13Jan2008.