Lexicons of transcendence

junyabee
junyabee: We all have the capacity of transcendence via the lexicon we choose to define the meaning of our tangible and intangible environs

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Angry Beaver
Angry Beaver: Lexus are just a bloody Toyota with options
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swamp99
swamp99: could you give me an example of what is a tangible environ and an intangible environ?
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junyabee
junyabee: Tangible environ is one you can perceive with your tactile senses. an intangible environ is one you can perceive w/your cognitive senses
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swamp99
swamp99: fundamentally speaking a tangible environ would be said to be positive and an intangible environ to be negative. if we possess a will to power the tangible environ is most useful whereas the intangible environ is subtle.
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junyabee
junyabee: DISAGREE!!
Tangible are circumstance (dependent-on-other) variables, too many times out of your control.the very hard-n-fast definitions of tangible would indicate that the essence remains and only modifications exist..
Not so with the latter..
Intangible can be created, even pro-created by your own thoughts-intentions-actions...
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swamp99
swamp99: i had perceived that when Descartes separated mind and matter in the 17th century he was paving the way for modernism and the elites. i perceive the benefits too. but as to your post overarching it is a non-distinction between mind and matter. that matter can move mind and mind can move matter. Descartes wanted to get us out of the quagmire of the middle ages religious mores/ethos. but was it a mistake to do so?
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junyabee
junyabee: Chicken-Egg?
Nawww..
From the abstract comes the material..
'When you were just a twinkling in your parent's eye'
Is more of an argument necessary?
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swamp99
swamp99: Jean-Jaques Rousseau wrote that whenever there is a rise in the arts and science there is a decline in morals.
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junyabee
junyabee: Back-handed commentary by J.J..

Arts and the Sciences expand, innovate, and improvise on the status quo of prior knowledge, perceptions and standards, and thus would be an undermining dynamic
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swamp99
swamp99: i am thinking if there is such a thing as original sin Jean-Jaques would be right
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junyabee
junyabee: Innovation and improvisation... the foreseeable sin of a materialistic paradigm
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swamp99
swamp99: so at root sin is a nothing?
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junyabee
junyabee: Holistically.. yeahh..
Provincially relevant to that cul de sac of dimensional thought
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swamp99
swamp99: yet you would have to agree fundamental adversity is a part of life? in other words the organism seeks survival in the face of adversity. and that is a function in the mind too.
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junyabee
junyabee: Provinciality is historically specific and unique in its algorithmic genesis, thus its context would be determinative of its products and functions
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swamp99
swamp99: is it right to assume the algorithmic code could metamorphosis? and a new code could replace? and further that its products and functions would change also?
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junyabee
junyabee: Each moment, presumed to be a unique variable. the structure of that variable is deterministic of the parameters for its functions. those functions would be the potential mutations off the past structures
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swamp99
swamp99: so a 'policy' of naturalism is most accomodating toward deep change? in other words to allow the algorithms to shift and position themselves where they will.
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junyabee
junyabee:
"Naturalism" includes diversity which contains the seeds of change that will bring the eventual, as well as the anomalous radical anecdotal changes..
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swamp99
swamp99: i take it your view of a mind-matter dichotomy is an absurdity. Philosophers have said such with stern conviction what do you think the advantage is of dividing mind and body. if it is merely a thought construct/dynamic what does it betray in process.
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junyabee
junyabee: The mind is an extesnion of the body's physiologym so therefore a function of that physiology. Particulalry, the chemical triggers the tactile sensors provide the neural procesors. THE PRODUCT's aesthetic could symbolically point to an anomalous experience that is unique to the past products of the mechanism
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swamp99
swamp99: Einstein said we only use 15% of our brains. this would make us docile beings.
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junyabee
junyabee: Intellectual and cognitive 'slackers', quite likely!
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swamp99
swamp99: THE PRODUCT's aesthetic could symbolically point to an anomalous experience that is unique to the past products of the mechanism...

in cases where a predisposition exists toward mental illness where there is a cognitive deficit (as such with autism) an easy way to quantify it is to say the child and then adult is right brain dominant. caught up in sensations and abstractions. and not predisposed to concrete learning. so in your quote regarding the anomalous experience in the face of the past experience it might allude to the difficulty a person predisposed to mental illness encounters. irregularities in consciousness are then acute episodes of potential. and need to be utilised as a pathway to evolve. and thats all well and good - and foes exist in respect to life that consume. but zen philosophy for instance or Taoist regard the passive as almost sacred. and life is this journey. we seem to be tempting fate via our attitude towards life these days. an unnatural interest. how much of the problems we encounter are manufactured in our own minds? exclusively for us to do battle with.
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junyabee
junyabee: VERY GOOD SUPPOSITIONS!

I'm going to chide you for the way you use "mental illness", as it was an actual dysfunction, than a non-fitting anomaly to the 'conventional' operations.

I get an image of the passive as an equilibrium (if not stillness) that has little need of the kinetic, since the holistic system is self-symbiotic and synergistic, not needing the classical antiquity meme of the heroic actor, aka-historical dynamic. If WE are reception/broadcasting modules, then the subtle nuance in the equilibrium than the dramatic reforming is the nature of things.

Your 'syndrome' could be the contention of irreconcilable operations-kinetic performance based on didactics and the subtle nuances of equilibrium flows.

(Look for a new post at my profile that is a consolidation of threads with new insights)
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