Saturday, August 01, 2015

Karl Seldon’s Sagacious Sayings Series -- #11. "Natural-Arithmetical" Ordinality & 'Qualities-Arithmetical' Determinations-Complexity.












[My] Full TitleKarl Seldons Sagacious Sayings Series, #11 --

"Natural-Arithmetical" Ordinality  

&
   
Dialectical 'Qualities-Arithmetical' Complexity-of-Determinations.







Dear Readers,



From time to time, I like to share with you some of the gems of insight that leap from out of the ‘‘‘multilogues’’’, among Karl Seldon and other members of the Foundation, and from the transcribed, edited versions, published internally, including of those ‘‘‘multilogues’’’ in which I did not happen to participate, when and if those edited transcripts are cleared for public sharing by the Foundations General Council.


I have pasted-in, below, an excerpt of Karl Seldon's remarks from the edited transcript of a recent such ‘‘‘multilogue’’’. 

 

 Regards,

 

Miguel 








[Karl Seldon] --


"... What is modeled by the <<Gene>>-ric NQ dialectical categorial progression is 'Complexity-Ordinality', mapping the ordinal/cardinal numbers [N; qz+y+x  =  qn, for z, y, x, n in N & z + y + x  =  n] to complexity of categories' determinations [qZYX in interpreted NQ, where Z, Y, and X represent, typically, the first letters of the names of a progression of ontological categories, or of classes -- systematic [synchronic] and/or historical [diachronic] -- such that those names name the primary determination, or quality, of each of those categories/classes, respectively]. ..."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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