Category Archives: Aristotelean Arche

A Correlation in Perception

James Cameron’s AVATAR This post will indeed seem quite odd. But as I told Phil I wanted to explain a principal behind all the language I used here as if it would appear to another if we assume another perspective. … Continue reading

Posted in Aristotelean Arche, Avatar, deduction, Induction, Self Evident, Sound | Leave a comment

William Thurston

Xianfeng David Gu and Shing-Tung YauTo a topologist, a rabbit is the same as a sphere. Neither has a hole. Longitude and latitude lines on the rabbit allow mathematicians to map it onto different forms while preserving information. William Thurston … Continue reading

Posted in Aristotelean Arche, deduction, Induction, Klein, Plato's Cave, Raphael, School of Athens, Self Evident, Shing-tung Yau, Socratic Method | Leave a comment

Mathematical Structure of the Universe

Although Aristotle in general had a more empirical and experimental attitude than Plato, modern science did not come into its own until Plato’s Pythagorean confidence in the mathematical nature of the world returned with Kepler, Galileo, and Newton. For instance, … Continue reading

Posted in Aristotelean Arche, deduction, Induction, Intuition, Self Evident | 9 Comments

Factoids and Censorship

Often taking the time to absorbed the full perspective of the writer is just as much an effort as it is to understand the nature and understanding of research and information development about a topic. Where that writer leaves off. … Continue reading

Posted in Aristotelean Arche, deduction, Induction, Ingenuity, Intuition, Plato, Self Evident, Signatore | Leave a comment

Theoretical Excellence

Although Aristotle in general had a more empirical and experimental attitude than Plato, modern science did not come into its own until Plato’s Pythagorean confidence in the mathematical nature of the world returned with Kepler, Galileo, and Newton. For instance, … Continue reading

Posted in Allotrope, Aristotelean Arche, Cayley, Donald Coxeter, Holonomy, Polytopes, Robert B. Laughlin, Self Evident, Self-Organization, Sylvester Surfaces | 1 Comment

Thomas Young: Deep PLay

A final aspect of beauty that was often cited by readers might be called “deep play”. This is the sense that we are actively engaged with something outside ourselves that is responding to us – rather than watching a game … Continue reading

Posted in Aristotelean Arche, Deep Play, Game Theory, Raphael, Sensorium, Sir Isaac Newton, Thomas Young | Leave a comment

Change that Had Consequences

In the post, Hermetic Ties, I showed how historically information was engraved, crafted, into the woodcuts, for knowledge based on alchemist interests. I further explained the process as I have come to know of it in terms of developing this … Continue reading

Posted in Alchemists, Aristotelean Arche, Colour of Gravity, Einstein, Faraday, Raphael, Sir Isaac Newton, Thomas Kuhn, Woodcuts | Leave a comment

Hermetic Ties: Art to Esoteric Form

The father of all perfection in the whole world is here. Its force or power is entire if it be converted into Earth. Separate the Earth from the Fire, the subtle from the gross, sweetly with great industry. It ascends … Continue reading

Posted in Albrecht Durer, Alchemists, Aristotelean Arche, Earth, geometries, Induction, Raphael, School of Athens, Self Evident, Signatore, Sun, Tablet, Three Body Problem, Woodcuts | Leave a comment

Science Mathmatically Endowed?

Approaches to the Quantum Theory of Gravity by the PI Institute Two methods evolved in the theory of elementary particles to describe such quantized flux tubes. The one, called the loop method, studies them using the basic laws of electricity … Continue reading

Posted in Aristotelean Arche, Climate, Dimension, Earth, General Relativity, Glast, Grace, Grace Satellite, Graviton, Gravity, KK Tower, Loop Quantum, Particles, Quantum Gravity, Standard model, String Theory | Leave a comment

Intuitively Balanced: Induction and Deduction

A VIEW OF MATHEMATICS Alain CONNES Most mathematicians adopt a pragmatic attitude and see themselves as the explorers of this mathematical world” whose existence they don’t have any wish to question, and whose structure they uncover by a mixture of … Continue reading

Posted in Aristotelean Arche, Brain, deduction, Earth, Foundation, Induction, Intuition, lagrangian, Mathematics, Satellites | Leave a comment