Sunday, July 24, 2016

Part 4. Principles of a Unified Theory of Universal Dialectic -- The Principle of ‘Onto-Dynamasis’.



Part 4.  Principles of a Unified Theory of Universal Dialectic -- 

The Principle of Onto-Dynamasis.






Dear Readers,

The text below presents the fourth principle to be introduced in the new series of blog entries here on the F.E.D. Principles of a Unified Theory of Universal Dialectic.
The superposition of all of these new principles within your consciousness should, by the time this new series is fulfilled -- to the extent that these principles are new for you -- afford you a new, deeper, & comprehensive overview of the workings of our «kosmos», for human Nature and for exo-human Nature alike.
Enjoy!

Regards,
Miguel








The Principle of Onto-Dynamasis. 

Ontology, whether as pure ideo-ontology, or as [ideo-]physio-ontology [‘«physis»-ontology], is not only plural, but is also ontologically dynamical.

We mean by this that the self-ferment of old ontology continually gives rise to new ontology.

Such ontology-change is a form of qualitative change, not of mere quantitative change. 

As a result, ontology is not only plural , but is of increasing plurality, even net of ontological extinctions.


Our actual cosmos is NOT, as in Parmenidean & Platonian delusions, onto-statical; is NOT an onto-stasis.

 








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