philosophy

  1. There are things.
  2. Space is inferred from the relationship of things.
  3. Time is inferred from the change in the relationship of things in space.
  4. The world is the entirety of things, space, and time.
  5. The world is known through sensation, perception, conceptualisation, and signification.
  6. Sensation is the accumulation of data.
  7. Perception is the unconscious accumulation and interpretation of data.
  8. Conceptualisation is the conscious accumulation and interpretation of data.
  9. Signification is the intentional accumulation, interpretation, communication, and synchronisation of data.

Statements 1 to 4 pertain to ontology. Statements 5 to 9 pertain to epistemology. I accept modern realism, material monism, physicalism, empiricism, and nominalism. But I reject dualism, idealism, pure rationalism, and metaphysics.


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