
Re: "An Experiment With Time" and Time's 3 Levels
James,
Thank you for the links to the GSB lectures. This was the first time I had heard his voice and it confirmed to me that he was chosen for this particular time. It also confirms my sense that
James,
Thank you for the links to the GSB lectures. This was the first time I had heard his voice and it confirmed to me that he was chosen for this particular time. It also confirms my sense that

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Lyle Anderson
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#174
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Re: All Process, No Paradox
The difficulty I have with the notion that atemporal "change" precedes "time" is the same difficult I have with removing the observer from the phenomenon observed. The observer, it seems to me, is
The difficulty I have with the notion that atemporal "change" precedes "time" is the same difficult I have with removing the observer from the phenomenon observed. The observer, it seems to me, is

By
James Bowery
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#173
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Re: All Process, No Paradox
More cogently, Michael Manthey's last ANPA paper contains this:
More cogently, Michael Manthey's last ANPA paper contains this:

By
James Bowery
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#172
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Re: All Process, No Paradox
Jon,
Your comment: "Time is merely an abstraction from process and what is needed are better languages and better pictures for describing process in all its variety." reminds me of something I wrote
Jon,
Your comment: "Time is merely an abstraction from process and what is needed are better languages and better pictures for describing process in all its variety." reminds me of something I wrote

By
James Bowery
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#171
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Re: Differential Propositional Calculus
Cf: Differential Propositional Calculus • Discussion 3
https://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/15/differentialpropositionalcalculusdiscussion3/
 That mathematics, in common with other art
Cf: Differential Propositional Calculus • Discussion 3
https://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/15/differentialpropositionalcalculusdiscussion3/
 That mathematics, in common with other art

By
Jon Awbrey
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#170
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Re: All Process, No Paradox
Cf: All Process, No Paradox • 7
http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/13/allprocessnoparadox7/
 Unlike more superficial forms of expertise,
 mathematics is a way of saying less and less

Cf: All Process, No Paradox • 7
http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/13/allprocessnoparadox7/
 Unlike more superficial forms of expertise,
 mathematics is a way of saying less and less


By
Jon Awbrey
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#169
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Re: "An Experiment With Time" and Time's 3 Levels
Dear James,
Sorry for the sluggish response ... but I've been slogging through
a mass of mindless link repair due to the slew of urlextinctions
and urlmutations afflicting our web of maya over the
Dear James,
Sorry for the sluggish response ... but I've been slogging through
a mass of mindless link repair due to the slew of urlextinctions
and urlmutations afflicting our web of maya over the

By
Jon Awbrey
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#168
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Primary Algebra (11): idempotent (xx(x))= based
Dear all,
In my previous letters I have proven that cancelation, position, reflexion, extension, Robbins formula, iteration and deiteration, distribution, occlusion and occultation each can be
Dear all,
In my previous letters I have proven that cancelation, position, reflexion, extension, Robbins formula, iteration and deiteration, distribution, occlusion and occultation each can be

By
Armahedi Mahzar
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#167
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Re: All Process, No Paradox
I have found that in this context, going deeply into the phenomenology of process is "what can avail us". Specifically the works of Eugene Gendlin (A Process Model) are helpful here. I'm curious if
I have found that in this context, going deeply into the phenomenology of process is "what can avail us". Specifically the works of Eugene Gendlin (A Process Model) are helpful here. I'm curious if

By
cadoc1
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#166
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All Process, No Paradox
Cf: All Process, No Paradox • 1
https://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2014/01/13/allprocessnoparadox1/
 This thing all things devours:
 Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;
 Gnaws iron, bites steel;

Cf: All Process, No Paradox • 1
https://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2014/01/13/allprocessnoparadox1/
 This thing all things devours:
 Birds, beasts, trees, flowers;
 Gnaws iron, bites steel;


By
Jon Awbrey
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#165
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Re: Animated Logical Graphs
Cf: Animated Logical Graphs • 66
http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/09/animatedlogicalgraphs66/
Re: Richard J. Lipton • The Art Of
Cf: Animated Logical Graphs • 66
http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/09/animatedlogicalgraphs66/
Re: Richard J. Lipton • The Art Of

By
Jon Awbrey
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#164
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Re: Differential Propositional Calculus
Jon,
Another connection/application of differential propositional calculus is to random walks and partial differential equations. A propagating difference is a signal. The CotU started with three
Jon,
Another connection/application of differential propositional calculus is to random walks and partial differential equations. A propagating difference is a signal. The CotU started with three

By
Lyle Anderson
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#163
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Re: Differential Propositional Calculus
Jon,
While I will look at this in more detail later, as I read the introduction, I was immediately reminded of my studied in Statistical Thermodynamics.
Jon,
While I will look at this in more detail later, as I read the introduction, I was immediately reminded of my studied in Statistical Thermodynamics.

By
Lyle Anderson
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#162
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Differential Propositional Calculus
Cf: Differential Propositional Calculus • Overview
At: http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2020/02/16/differentialpropositionalcalculus%e2%80%a2overview/
 The most fundamental concept in
Cf: Differential Propositional Calculus • Overview
At: http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2020/02/16/differentialpropositionalcalculus%e2%80%a2overview/
 The most fundamental concept in

By
Jon Awbrey
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#161
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"An Experiment With Time" and Time's 3 Levels
In the audio recording of his lecture series on psychotherapy, GS Brown discussed a book titled "An Experiment With Time" by J. W. Dunn, and its relationship to Chapter 11 of his own "Laws of
In the audio recording of his lecture series on psychotherapy, GS Brown discussed a book titled "An Experiment With Time" by J. W. Dunn, and its relationship to Chapter 11 of his own "Laws of

By
James Bowery
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#160
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Primary Algebra (10): Occultation based
Dear all,
In my previous letters I have proven that cancelation, position, reflexion, extension, Robbins formula, iteration and deiteration, distribution and occlusion each can be taken as a single
Dear all,
In my previous letters I have proven that cancelation, position, reflexion, extension, Robbins formula, iteration and deiteration, distribution and occlusion each can be taken as a single

By
Armahedi Mahzar
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#159
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Primary Algebra (9): Occlusion based
Dear all
In my previous letters I have proven that cancelation, position, reflexion, extension, Robbins formula, iteration and deiteration and distribution each can be taken as a single axiom base
Dear all
In my previous letters I have proven that cancelation, position, reflexion, extension, Robbins formula, iteration and deiteration and distribution each can be taken as a single axiom base

By
Armahedi Mahzar
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#158
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Re: Animated Logical Graphs
Cf: Animated Logical Graphs • 65
http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/04/animatedlogicalgraphs65/
 Thus, what looks to us like a sphere of scientific knowledge
 more accurately should be
Cf: Animated Logical Graphs • 65
http://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/04/animatedlogicalgraphs65/
 Thus, what looks to us like a sphere of scientific knowledge
 more accurately should be

By
Jon Awbrey
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#157
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Re: Animated Logical Graphs
Cf: Animated Logical Graphs • 64
https://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/04/animatedlogicalgraphs64/
Re: Laws of Form
https://groups.io/g/lawsofform/topic/animated_logical_graphs/79952098
:::
Cf: Animated Logical Graphs • 64
https://inquiryintoinquiry.com/2021/03/04/animatedlogicalgraphs64/
Re: Laws of Form
https://groups.io/g/lawsofform/topic/animated_logical_graphs/79952098
:::

By
Jon Awbrey
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#156
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Re: Animated Logical Graphs
On Wed, Mar 3, 2021 at 05:56 PM, Jon Awbrey wrote:
From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cactus_graphThis triggered a memory of my adding gamma ray effects to the Oak Ridge Neutron Monty Carlo code in
On Wed, Mar 3, 2021 at 05:56 PM, Jon Awbrey wrote:
From: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cactus_graphThis triggered a memory of my adding gamma ray effects to the Oak Ridge Neutron Monty Carlo code in

By
Lyle Anderson
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#155
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