Thursday, August 11, 2011

F.E.D. Dialectics -- "As Easy as 1, 2, 3"!

Dear Readers,

The F.E.D. "first dialectical arithmetic" is not really so hard to understand.

Probably I'm just bad at explaining it.


It's really "as easy as 1, 2, 3"!


All that one needs to remember is this --


Thesis times Itself   =   Thesis plus Anti-Thesis

Anti-Thesis times Thesis   =   Thesis plus Synthesis

Anti
-Thesis times Itself   =   Anti-Thesis plus New Anti-Thesis


-- or, using the generic dialectical arithmetic as "shorthand" --


[q|1] x [q|1]
= [q|1] + [q|(1+1)] = [q|1] + [q|2]

[q|2] x [q|1]
= [q|1] + [q|(2+1)] = [q|1] + [q|3]

[q|2] x [q|2]
= [q|2] + [q|(2+2)] = [q|2] + [q|4].


Of course, even [Hindu|Arabic] N = { "1, 2, 3", . . . } was not so "easy" in the beginning -- it took "forever" to discover, and then took another "forever" to diffuse into widespread use within the global human species.



That was N.

This is Q:    N x N   =   N + Q.

I.e., <
<arche'>>-system of unqualified quantifiers, or "Numbers", self-critiqued = <<arche'>>-system of unqualified quantifiers, or "Numbers" + contra-system of unquantifiable Qualifiers.


This new Q -- now that it has at least / at last been discovered -- may take some time to diffuse too.


Regards,

Miguel

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