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A Comparison
How SOMite Classicists View Actuality
How MoQite Students of Quantonics View Quantum Reality

OK, you say, "Doug, what is wrong with how classicists view reality? Can you tell us in, say, one sentence what
is 'wrong' with how classicists view reality, and in another sentence how quantumists' wayings of viewing reality iamai better?"


Classicists' way of viewing reality reifies durational quanta!

Quantumists' wayings of beings viewings reality issi monitorings durational quanta.

Doug - 20Apr2005.

Readers may wish to fathom what classicists' see as shown above is
what Aristotle did to Plato's prior attempts at destruction of sophism.

Plato described a dichon(total_absence_of_change, only_appearance_of_change),
based upon, we believe, an invalid interpretation of Zeno's paradice.
(Note: "paradice" is Quantonics' plural of "paradox." Please do n¤t view
paradice as Doug's misspelling of "paradise." Thanks! Doug - 26Oct2004)

Plato's ideas, ideals, 'principles,' and concepts are absolute and changeless.
His version of change is only apparent, illusional, delusional to observers.

Aristotle invented a notion of 'substance' as absolute in place of Plato's ideas as absolute
which can be represented by nomenclature, thus symbols.

Read Pirsig's Birth of SOM.

If we were to show a picture of Plato's reality, it would have solid circle on left, and
an image of apparitional change on right with a wall between. But Plato's absolute is concrete, not flux!
As Pirsig tells us above, Plato wrapped Quality in his concrete, and called that package reality.

Aristotle inverted Plato's notions and made substance absolute and added state-ic,
Zenoesque stoppability (we believe Aristotle misinterpreted Zeno), and
stoppable unitemporal change absent any notion of inter-state, durational process as motion of substance.

Ponder how Aristotle's built-in, by anthropocentric design, inter-state process uncertainty suddenly appears as
begging a now real quantum uncertainty. Aristotle unintentionally built uncertainty into legacy classical 'thought.'
Crux? Realihty issi n¤t classically state-ic!

Quantonics demotes dialectic's dichons
(as a tiny subset of quantum actuality)
and suggests a n¤vel and much more quantum-general notion of quantons.
Quantons, simply, are quantum sophisms: heterogeneous, animate, self-referent-recursive,
emergent-emerscenturable, included-middle, everywhere-associative,
with truth and all reality as quantum absolute unstoppable flux.
(Try QELRing that paragraph...)

Plato and Aristotle threw out sophism and imposed radical mechanical notions of dichons.
Dichons, simply, are dialectical scissions and schisms: homogeneous, inanimate, other-referent-independent,
reproducible-manufacturable, excluded-middle, everywhere-dissociative,
with truth as discoverable and classically immutable.

Doug - 13Sep2003.

Here are some links which may help you interpret more thoroughly what we are saying above:

Aristotle's apple events
Aristotle's syllogisms
Boy's baseball breaking a window
Bases of Judgment
How CRites View Reality
How CRites Measure Reality
How MoQites View Reality
How MoQites Monitor Reality
How SOMites View Reality
How SOMites Measure Reality

Doug - 26Oct2004.

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