
'positive'
Synonyms:
 happy
 affirm
 convince
 favor
 bold
 assured
 confident
 consensual
 certain
 prescript
 plus sign
 formal
 irrefute
 radical
 ideal opposite of negative

: Positive (Three views here: emotional
happiness, social consensus, logicalmathematical valency visàvis
negative.)
Classically positive means:
 ideal opposite of negative: positive implies negative
and their classical excludedmiddles as 'empty,' 'neutral,' 'null,'
and 'zero.'
 social positivism: consensus,
herd orthodoxy
 emotive confidence: look good, feel good, happy, etc.
Classical Thingkking Methods assume reality is 'state.' States
can be 'positive,' and their opposite states are 'negative.'
CTMs permit classicists to dialectically, formally, logically
add and subtract 'states.' CTMs adhere notions which permit addition
and subtraction of positive and negative 'states.' Doug  7Jul2006.
Logically and mathematically
11 and AA are 'zero.' All ones are identical
to all other ones. All As are identical to all other As. Implication:
YouYou is zero. See point,
line and circle
for examples of 'negation'
AKA classical removal of points.
Socially, provincially, parochially, organizationally, institutionally,
governmentally, nationally, culturally, paradigmatically classicists
can know and distinguish, positively and certainly,
EOOO(verity, falsity).
Classically positive social judgment
is absolute truth.
Classical positivism requires 'elements,' of an ideal classical
reality, to hold still and be objectively independent
of one another. See stoppability
and Zeno.
See yellow background cells in Bases
of Judgment.
It is worthwhile for students of quantonics to compare
 negative (adjective) and negate (verb: to deny) and
 positive (adjective) and posit (verb: to affirm).
:
P¤sihtihvæ, p¤sihtihvæs, p¤sihtihvings, p¤sihtihvæness, p¤sihtihvænæssæs, p¤sihtihvænessings,
etc. (Quantum p¤sihtihvings aræ comtextuahlly
anihmatæ, EIMA~heterogen¤us.
Many quantons(nægati¤nings,p¤sihtihvings).)
Quantum p¤sihtihvæ
mæans:

quantum~nægati¤n issi quantum~sub_{q}jæctihvæ (quantum~relatihve
¤mnihfferæntial c¤mparihs¤ns am¤ng
peaqlos),
which mæans
quantum~nægatihvæ amd
quantum~p¤sihtihvæ
aræ quantum~c¤mplæmæntary,

p¤sihtihvæ issi ihn
nægatihvæ amd nægatihvæ issi ihn
p¤sihtihvæ,

quantum~pr¤babilihty
which
issi ahlways p¤sihtihvæ (peaqlos aræ ahlways p¤sihtihvæ)
absent any
ideal classical zero and classical unity bounds,
 Sankara: "[quantum] reality [actuality] is that
which is absent [ideal classical] negation," which is an
analogue of,

ahll quantum
ahctual
æmærqants
ræsult fr¤m quantum~squar_{q}eing
pr¤cæssings.
Studænts sh¤uld n¤te hæræ that
quantum squar_{q}eing issi a spæcial casæ
¤f quantum add_{q}ihti¤n
where nægati¤n cann¤t
classically integrate.
Quantum Thinkking Modes assume reality is 'flux.' All quantum
flux are 'positive.' QTMs permit quantum~hermeneuticists to mix
'flux.' Quantum~addition of quantum flux issi quantum~subtraction
of quantum flux and viceversa. Mixing of quantum flux is a "mixing
of positives, a mixing of absence of negatives." Mixing
of quantum~flux may result in emerqancies of n¤vel quantum~phasæ~ænc¤dings:
quantum~interrelationshipings, quantons. Doug  7Jul2006.
Quantum ræhlihty p¤sihts
ahctualihty!!!
(Visàvis classical reality permits ideal
negation thus denial of actuality.)
Quantum
ræhlihty
cræatæs (ihn
Doug's
vihew, this
issi abs¤lutæ quantum affirmati¤n) amd
Planck
ratæ ændlessly ræcapihtulatæs amd reaffirms ahctualihty!
A David Hume 5Oct2008 aside:
If you are a student of David Hume, beware!
David Hume used integrable classicallynegative stochastics
to deny probability
(more generally, quantum~stochastics) and then scepticism!
That single sentence describes Hume's enormously tragic mistake,
perhaps a greatest philosophical mistake of all time (mayhaps
second only to Aristotle's
immutably perpetual concrete substance).
Sankara (bullet list above) and Bergson
avoided Hume's Tragedy. They both denied dialectical negation's
logical viability!
Brilliance.
Any time you are practicing classical philosophy, science,
mathematics, and logic...any time you use classical objective
negation...you are recommitting Hume's Tragedy.
To view Hume's Tragedy up close, carefully read pp.
170171 of his...
A Treatise of Human Nature, by David Hume, 1739 
Book I  Of the Understanding
Part IV  Of the Sceptical and Other Systems of Philosophy
SECT. I.  Of Scepticism with Regard to Reason
You will see Hume denying validity of of both probability
and scepticism using classical mechanics to integrate 'negative'
stochastics!
As we have said before it is ludicrous to use thelogos
and call oneself, perhaps other, a sceptic.
This clearly puts Hume n¤t in the genius category,
but in the idiot
category.
Beware classical maths and logics...their independence
axiom, identity,
equality, objectivity
stoppability, and negations as objective
are "quantumly bogus." Why? Classical durable, perpetual,
immutable, localable, isolable, separable, reducible 'state'
is simply an illusion. Stux sux! Quantum durable 'change' is
real. Flux is crux!
In Doug's view this simply destroys Hume's reputation as
a philosopher. Too it destroys reputations of all who have
assessed his works as "genius."
Some of you know how Doug has been reviewing Granger's book
comparing Pirsig and Dewey. I will n¤ longer waste my
time on that effort, due Granger's inability to assess Hume well
and appropriately. If one uses Bergson and de Finetti to assess
Hume, one cannot feel good about Hume's opus. Even though de
Finetti regards Hume's causeeffect deliberations highly. I have
lost all regard for David Hume. Neither will I spend any more
valuable time reviewing further Hume's opus.
Doug.
All of you reading this should adhere
Doug's caveats issued during his Loyola presentation...
End a David Hume 5Oct2008 aside.
Quantum ræhlihty issi p¤sihtihvæ! Iht
issi ahlways quantum~p¤sihtihvæ
quantum~æmoti¤nahlly,
~s¤ciahlly, amd ~l¤gihcahlly.
Thæræ aræ n¤
ideal classical negatives
n¤r
ideal classical negations
ihn quantum ræhlihty.
Quantum ræhlihty issi ahlways
quantum~umcærtain!
Quantum~p¤sihtihvæly umcærtain! Sææ
¤ur
Absoluteness
as Uncertainty.
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