Jan 11, 2010

Atomicity of existence and concept

As in any language (the building block of concept), there must be a root word. In the case of building the philosophy, there must be a basic root object where everything else must be built upon. In my hierarchy (see the hierarchy article), that root class is “existence”, this concept cannot be further reduced but can be explained. Existence can only be explained in terms of existence. My definition:
Existence impacts other existences. Now the hard part, what does impact means? Impact means an existence causes another existence’s attributes to become different. Again, we now need definition for become, cause, and attribute. In this sense, cause becomes another root concept and attribute as well.

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