Wednesday, August 17, 2011

F.E.D.: The Self-Making History of Nature is One Big Recurrent "Aufheben" Process

Dear Readers,

Per F.E.D., the generation of "novel, emergent qualities and behaviors" is also a natural-revolutionary birthing of "new ontology", meaning a birthing of new kinds of being, that cannot, with scientific accuracy or empirical aptness, be reduced to earlier ontology, including to the <<arche'>>, or beginning, ontology of the universe[-of-discourse] in question, e.g., to "just quarks, floating in the void".


Examples --

sub-atomic "particles" neo-ontology [e.g., protons], birthed from sub-nuclear "particles" ontology [e.g., quarks];

atoms neo-ontology [e.g., Helium atoms], birthed from sub-atomic "particles" ontology [e.g., protons];

molecules neo-ontology [e.g., water, H2O], birthed from atoms ontology [e.g., Hydrogen atoms and Oxygen atoms];

prokaryotic [nucleus-less] cells neo-ontology [e.g., chemosynthetic archeo-bacteria], birthed from molecules ontology [e.g., water, carbohydrates, amino acids, nucleic acids, nucleo-proteins, other mega-molecules];

eukaryotic [nucleated] cells neo-ontology [e.g., yeast cells; blue-green algae], birthed from prokaryotic cells ontology, via cellular symbiogenesis / endosymbiosis [e.g., photosynthesizing proto-chloroplast-prokaryotes, respirating proto-mitochondrial-prokaryotes, etc.];

multicellular organisms, or "meta-biota" -- meta-phyta [multi-eukaryotic-cellular plants] and meta-zoa [multi-eukaryotic-cellular animals] -- neo-ontology, birthed from eukaryotic cells ontology;

oral/phonic proto-language-based mobile animal societies, and bio-chemical proto-language-based sessile plant communities [e.g., proto-wheat grasses, proto-corn, proto-rice, wolves/proto-dogs, cattle, Meerkats, whales, porpoise, kangaroos, primates, proto-humans, etc.], birthed from asocial / acommunitarian multi-cellular meta-biota;

. . .



-- in short, the <<aufheben>>, meta-monad-ic, meta-holon-ic "Dialectic of Nature" itself, summed-up, by F.E.D., as --

.................                   
>-|-<t   =   <n>^(2^t)


-- sums up a self-making history of Nature that is thereby grasped as one big, recurrent <<aufheben>> movement "from start to finish" [although F.E.D., as well as I, do not believe that Nature = its History is yet "finished": far from it!].


Regards,

Miguel



F.E.D. definitions for special terms applied in the text above --


<<arche'>>
http://www.point-of-departure.org/Point-Of-Departure/ClarificationsArchive/Arche/Arche.htm

archeo-bacteria [e.g., "chemo-synthetic", etc.]
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive

<<aufheben>>
http://www.point-of-departure.org/Point-Of-Departure/ClarificationsArchive/Aufheben/Aufheben.htm

eukaryotes, eukaryotic cells
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive, but see pp. c-1 through c-2 in --
http://www.dialectics.org/dialectics/Glossary_files/D.I.,Post,Phono-Neograms,%5BC%5D.w3_OCR.pdf

holon [cf. Arthur Koestler]
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive, but see --
http://point-of-departure.org/Point-Of-Departure/ClarificationsArchive/Monad/Monad.htm

meta-biota
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive, but see p. b-1 in -- http://www.dialectics.org/dialectics/Glossary_files/D.I.,Post,Phono-Neograms,%5BB%5D,Revised.w3_OCR.pdf

meta-holonic
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive, but see --
http://point-of-departure.org/Point-Of-Departure/ClarificationsArchive/Meta/Meta.htm

meta-<<monad>>-ic
http://point-of-departure.org/Point-Of-Departure/ClarificationsArchive/MetaMonadization/MetaMonadization.htm
http://point-of-departure.org/Point-Of-Departure/ClarificationsArchive/Meta/Meta.htm

meta-phyta
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive

meta-zoa
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive

<<monad>>
http://www.point-of-departure.org/Point-Of-Departure/ClarificationsArchive/Monad/Monad.htm

progress[ion]
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive

prokaryotes, prokarotic cells
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive, but see pp. c-1 through c-2 in --
http://www.dialectics.org/dialectics/Glossary_files/D.I.,Post,Phono-Neograms,%5BC%5D.w3_OCR.pdf

proto-language [animal vocal / oral / phonic] [plant and animal, bio-chemical]
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive

reduced, reduction
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive

retrogression
[ion]
no definition for this term is presently available in the Clarifications Archive

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