>Reality Something people like to talk about in the abstract >Abstract Something people like to say when they talk about reality, especially when comparing their versions to your own. >Meaning an act of pure creation >Knowledge remembering the definitions of the above 3
>Reality Statements we regard as true >Abstract Isomorph regarding a certain structure, but not bound to specific details. >Meaning (Implicit) expression of a statement >Knowledge Collection of true statements
1. Reality is Consciousness. 1.1 Reality is all that is the case. 1.2 All that is the case is not an induced understanding of external facts, but the total amount of immediate perception. 1.3 Perception includes thought and memory. 1.4 Reality is the experience of the Now.
2. Abstract is the nature of a thought whose origin lies beyond the liminality of quantification. 2.1 Quantifiable thoughts correlate their existence as description of objects. 2.2 Abstract perception is the thought-description of all experience that cannot be classified as a description of an object. 2.3 Infinite recurrence of thought inevitably leads to abstract perception.
3. Meaning is feeling. 3.1 Feeling is formless. 3.2 Words are signals of the language-game in which socially constructed repetition-learnt encoded feelings may be said to be communicable. 3.3 Feelings are personal. 3.4 Communication can't be proven. 3.5 The language-game can only be played under the assumption that any given social subject learnt to encode his/her personal feelings under the same signals that any other given social subject.
4 Consciousness is the being. 4.1 Knowledge the fetters.
>>6333745 >Reality Everything >Abstract A thought disconnected from the subject of the thought >Meaning A new analogy made between unrealized parallels >Knowledge The realization of a pattern in reality
>>6333745 >>Reality An agreed upon compromise between individual perception. >>Abstract A logical conclusion expounded upon ad nauseum >>Meaning A definition everyone finds palatable enough to agree upon >>Knowledge An accumulation of meanings
>Reality What has a perceived effect. If it doesn't have an effect, it is not real. The effect is not necessarily chronological, not even comprehensible, but it must be perceived. And there are no things with effects upon the world which are not real. Because of that, reality is an illusion, as it can only be accessed through its effects.
>Abstract Quality of things that function only within a different reality from the one you perceive it. For example, a book on swimming techniques can be read by a swimmer, that is, a swimming body, and be understood rationally as a coherent whole, even if the body is not affected by it. When the swimmer practices it, it ceases to be abstract.
>Meaning Relationship between two things that prove each other to be real. When you see something meaningless, it has no effects on you (a sense of confusion would only exist because of outside meaningful relationships, for instance, expectation for meaning). When you see something meaningful, you are affected by it and in turn, the meaningful object appears to be aware of your existence, affected by it.
>Knowledge An emotion that comes when a belief in the repetition of meaning becomes real, that is, when it has an effect on you. I know a thing when I account for its existence even when the thing is not there, that is, I'm affected by the notion that a new encounter will bring about a similar relationship that was experienced before. I feel I know a person when I begin to expect this person to act in a certain way.
>>6334361 I guess it depends on whether you consider knowledge to be subjective or objective. I don't believe in objective knowledge, but I recognize that is what we are all striving towards. So I think we can get close (or close enough) to objectivity when it comes to things like the merits of traffic laws or the chemical composition of water, but never quite there.
In my opinion, all knowledge is just belief. I just believe some beliefs are more well-founded than others.
>>6333745 >reality a socio-linguistically constructed signifier which gestures towards The Real but never fully realises it. By even attempting to talk about it we're talking about something other than The Real itself.
>Abstract Thought (if it even can be called so) before it has been formed as a linguistic utterance, either out loud or internally.
>meaning the transcendental signifier.
>knowledge the extent to which one has expertly mapped out a network of signifiers in order to constitute the process of 'knowing' something.
Reality: The accurate presentation of the totality of one's surroundings which can be experienced and verified exactly by trusted means.
Abstract: The freedom from or non-reliance upon the dominant rules followed in thought, communication and presentation.
Meaning: The underlying key notions that are being conveyed or transmuted through a place holder of some kind.
Knowledge: The captured representations of all ideas and events which can be referenced or transmitted to another person of similar intellect in their smallest parts without obvious logical conflicts occurring.
“For a large class of cases of the employment of the word ‘meaning’—though not for all—this way can be explained in this way: the meaning of a word is its use in the language” Philosophical Investigation, Part 43
> "...the meaning of a word is its use in the language”
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