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  • Telon - CTMU Wiki
    of their minds how their brain actually performs mental operations putting 2 and 3 together into a dynamic framework that gives a space within which to carry out the action sequentially Everything from 1 to 4 could be described more formally in terms of a language like mathematics logic etc That language would have a syntax or set of rules it obeys A Telon refers to a syntax state relationship that provides the purpose and meaning for an operation It comes first then the rest of the physical and mental syntax in reality is utilised to bring the goals of the Telon into existence So in a human plan the formula for the pre planning desire drive phase of the plan is an example of a low level Telon A high level global Telon would be the drive phase of Reality before it changes itself according to the values relationships rules in the Telon The reason that what is going on in the human brain has a Global analogue is because according to the CTMU reality operates in accordance with principles of cognition Generalized cognition is already the means by which reality configures itself and since human beings are a

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  • Teleologic Evolution - CTMU Wiki
    called telic recursion Teleologic evolution is occurring at multiple levels because all these levels are embedded within reality as a whole which is maximising utility Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Teleologic Evolution oldid 340 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion Variants Views Read View source View history Actions Search Navigation Main page About this site Discussion board CTMU sources Recent changes

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  • Teleological consistency - CTMU Wiki
    the localized failure of any individual or species to behave consistently with it In part these mechanisms determine the state of your relationship to God i e your soul If you are in harmony with teleology with the self realization and self expression of God then your soul is in a state of grace If you are not then your soul is in danger of interdiction by teleological mechanisms built

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  • Syntax - CTMU Wiki
    consisting of the set of structural and functional rules governing its spatial structure and temporal evolution In particular reality is a Self Configuring Self Processing Language SCSPL whose syntax includes the laws of mathematics S1 and physics S2 Human cognition and perception can also be viewed as languages whose syntax is the Human Cognitive Perceptual Syntax or HCS Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Syntax oldid 249

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  • Principle of Linguistic Reducibility - CTMU Wiki
    of structure and an inductive deductive generative grammar identifiable with the laws of state transition This principle settles the issue to whether or not reality is the language or is some content of the language by asserting that it is both reality equals reality theory Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Principle of Linguistic Reducibility oldid 251 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page

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  • Syntactic operator - CTMU Wiki
    entity in the universe which is able to process information by virtue of being able to read write SCSPL syntax The Global Syntactic Operator is God there are agent level syntactic operators humans and tiny microscopic quantum syntactic operators that form the unit of perception called Noeons When a syntactic operator is driven by purpose through telic recursion at any level global or otherwise it becomes known as a Telor

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  • Syntactic covering - CTMU Wiki
    and arrange those symbols into some order that reflects what you perceive is going on If you find some particularly general pattern and you describe that in symbolic terms the syntax of your language you have described a law of physics You won t really be able to get very far in describing the laws of physics and physical events without the language of mathematics Thus mathematics provides a more expressive syntax than that of the syntax of physics one in which you can fit all of physics AND additional mathematical material The syntax of physics is CONTAINED within the syntax of mathematics so it can be said that mathematics logic provides a SYNTACTIC COVERING for physics If you continue on in the same vein of reasoning the overall syntax of human cognition the language of the human mind is more expressive than mathematics and so the Human Cognitive Syntax provides a syntactic covering for mathematics The CTMU asserts that the Human Cognitive Syntax is embedded in the most expressive of all languages the SCSPL The SCSPL provides a syntactic covering for the Human Cognitive Syntax The SCSPL is so expressive that a description in the SCSPL of an object

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  • Unisection - CTMU Wiki
    If you start anywhere and start unisecting you ll eventually come to the most general elements of perception that you know e g space time etc The ultimate relation then between all these things is Reality itself The process of unisecting is really the process of abstracting Retrieved from http ctmucommunity org w index php title Unisection oldid 328 Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in Namespaces Page Discussion

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