Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Universals and Principles Exist Only as Aspects of Mind

The principles of reason do not exist in and of themselves individually, but all depend on each other in an equivalence class that constitutes a necessarily integral system that is indistinguishable from an ultimate mind.

I can construct this same system of mind from an inventory of assumptions taken from any argument against it or denial of it.

A mind is an entity that preferentially runs and controls programs based on and involving the principles of reason, plus basic assumptions about values, purpose, and meaning according to a hierarchy of values.

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