A Potted Grammar of Natural Dialectic



‘Potted Grammar’? ‘Natural Dialectic’? This book is a companion to ‘Science and the Soul’ whose subtitle reads ‘facts and philosophy translated into Natural Dialectic’. It extracts, for clarity, the framework of that book; its abbreviation thereby simplifies a model of creation that is ancient and, in scientific terms, bang up-to-date. So is its grammar of the cosmic language right? Could such a philosophical routine reflect the origin and operation of our home, the starry universe?

Check the Contents. See.



Once you’ve checked the Contents then you have the gist of this cosmology.

After an explanation of the way that Natural Dialectic works, the narrative turns to explain how an orderly act of creation is expressed and physical, psychological and biological phenomena can be systematically related. It proceeds to abbreviate the explanation of these scientific subjects given in Science and the Soul. Is this explanation rigorous and accurate enough? The last Chapter is entitled Truth, Appearance and Reality.

This, one of a series grouped as Cosmic Connections, is a very thought-provoking work. It is a riveting explanation of the way things are bolted together! And it makes a fine philosophical machine! Just allow that information is an immaterial entity. Allow that consciousness is not a physical phenomenon and journey, intellectual seat-belt fastened, far and fast from here…

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Chapter 1: Primary Assumptions

  • Two Pillars: A Dialogue of Faith

Chapter 2: Questions Arising
Chapter 3: Models

  • Mount Universe
  • Concentric Rings
  • Scales

Chapter 4: Three Cosmic Fundamentals
Chapter 5: Stacks
Chapter 6: Models and Stacks
Chapter 7: A Hierarchical Perspective

  • Hierarchical, Triplex Construction of the Cosmic Pyramid
  • The Cosmological Axis

Chapter 8: Essence

  • Source and Sink
  • Voids

Chapter 9: Extremities

  • Subtendence
  • Transcendence

Chapter 10: Existence

  • Causality
  • Polarity/ Duality

Chapter 11: Elements of the Basic Existential Dipole

  • Upper Pole – Information
    • (Sat) Potential Information
    • (Raj) Active Information
    • (Tam) Passive Information
  • Lower Pole – Energy
    • (Sat) Potential Energy
    • (Raj) Active Energy
    • (Tam) Passive Energy
  • Informed Energy

Chapter 12: An Act of Creation

  • Orderly Creation
  • Law and Order
  • Capability
  • Purposely Down to Earth
  • Getting Your Way – Pragmatics
  • What Do You Mean?
  • Information’s Infrastructure – Code
  • The Lowest, Physical Level

Chapter 13: Triplex Psychology

  • Triplex Mind
  • The Neurological Delusion
  • Does Brain Originate or Mediate?
  • Consciousness
  • Top-down Psychology
  • First State of (Super-)Consciousness –
    • The Psychology of Transcendence
  • Second State of Consciousness –
    • The Psychology of Waking Normalcy
  • The Third State of (Sub-)Consciousness –
    • The Psychology of Dreaming
    • The Psychology of Deep Sleep
  • The Non-State of Consciousness –
    • ‘Psychology’ of Physic
  • Frozen time
  • Psychosomatic Linkage
  • The Typical Mnemone
  • H. archetypalis, the Image of Man
  • H. electromagneticus
  • Psychosomasis
  • How Does the Connection Work?
  • Whence did the Wired Side Emerge?

Chapter 14: Triplex Physics

  • (Sat) Potential Energy
    • Precondition
    • Lack of Cosmo-logic
    • Cosmo-logic
    • Can Mathematics Help Us?
  • Towards a Theory of Physic and Metaphysic
  • The Principles of a Unified Theory of Matter
  • (Raj) Active Energy
  • (Tam) Passive Energy
  • Space
  • Time
  • Alpha Points.
  • Points Omega
  • The Matrix

Chapter 15: Triplex Biology

  • (Sat) Potential Biology
  • (Raj) Active Biology
  • (Tam) Passive Biology
  • The Basis of Biology is Information
  • The Principles of a Unified Theory of Biology
  • The Central Executive is Homeostasis
  • Nuclear Super-Computing
  • Conceptual Biology
  • Darwin: Half Right, Wholly Wrong?
  • Chemical Evolution?
  • What’s the Problem?

Chapter 16: Truth, Appearance and Reality

  • Truth, Appearance and Reality
  • Two Value Systems
  • Rights and Wrongs
  • From Science to Conscience
  • Is There an Absolute Morality?

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