Adjacent Existents – A Theory

These ideas are a work in progress. Axiom 1: A Thing "exists" if and only if it also defines what it is "not", which is also a Thing. Axiom 2: A Thing "does not exist" if it is "not not" what it is not - i.e. if it is also its 'not-Thing' - this is…

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More on Numbers

I'm still troubled by the notion of a number with relation to discrete vs. continuous, Rational vs. Real, etc. Why? Because you can't even talk about a number on a continuity which is infinite. There is simply no such thing, because there is no 'thing' upon which to attribute a number. The mere fact of…

Numbers?

Difference being discrete, and our definition of Existence (as opposed to the more unattainable "Wu"), then, can be counted. In my first post I said "Wu" was zero. Well, the first difference from Wu is one, so we could write: 0-1=-1 But 'negative one' is just a place holder, an expression of the absence of…