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Determining the determined state: a sizing of size from aside/ the amassing of mass by a mass

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Kirsh, Marvin E.

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Abstract A philosophical exploration is presented that considers entities such as atoms, electrons, protons, reasoned (in existing physics theories) by induction, to be other than universal building blocks, but artifacts of a sociological struggle that in elemental description is identical with that of all processes of matter and energy. In a universal context both men and materials, when stressed, struggle to accomplish/maintain the free state. The space occupied by cognition, inferred to be the result of the inequality of spaces, is an integral component of both processes and process interpretation; arbitration space, ubiquitous throughout nature, occurred to a vast number of vastnesses, a manifestation of the existence of time dependent mass/number/amount, is argued to be located to the same judging criteria with which principles are determined for sociological purposes: the processes of mind are determined (excuse the pun) to occur as a free state that is reflectively equal to what is construed by the intellect as universe. Scientifically determined states are not free states.
Classification Philosophy, Ethics, Religion
Free Keywords social and natural evolution; mind and matter; shape and form; Michel Foucault; common cause; theory of relativity; 'the concept'; the transcendental object; legal arbitration; equality
Document language English
Publication Year 2013
Page/Pages p. 49-65
Journal Philosophical Papers and Reviews, 4 (2013) 4
ISSN 2141-663X
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution