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Posted by ELDRAS on Saturday, October 26, 2002 at 02:14:43 :
In Reply to: Re: 3. What possible heirarchies of perspective are there? posted by Wordsmith on Friday, October 25, 2002 at 15:49:29 :
: : define perspective: do you subjective frame of reference? why need there be hierarchies? a hierarchy is an ordering according to importance. how do we attach value to a perspective?
: Good questions all. Well, perspectives *are*
: valueble, aren't they? They have value by the very fact they exist. We'd know nothing
: without them.
: : also, W: was reading recently that the Universe before the big bang existed in 26 dimensions, then split into 2 universes, one of 4 dimensions (ours) and one of six dimensions. somewhere out there are a group of six dimensional philosophers wondering how phenomenology would work in four dimensions... :P
: How could *any* dimensions have existed "before" the BB? Dimensions exist
: in space. Both time and space came into being *with* the BB. Time and space could not have existed before they existed.
: Wordsmith :)
perspective is wosdom (Aristotle to alexandrethre grea.
Every possible perspective.
I hear the blimp thing on subjecytive/objective & i use terjective the mergenr or those, negating neither.
one could weight them on a computer.
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