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Monday, 14 July 2014

Complexities of the Self

Firstly should be mentioned that every categorization structure with more than one factor to it, involves something of that factor's potential to it. This is especially true if that factor in turn has co-factors of that the product categorization structure also has. This is discussed at the third point in a list at this post.

While two to a power of something less than four results in being into oneself as a person with integrity (see here for what I mean), or power to be oneself; there is pitfall (or so to speak) about that in that there is in using sixteen categories of choice to ones thoughts. To its mathematical structure, there is a 2^2^2, meaning two steps of inhibition two, by two itself. That is, something (such as three, as described here, or two itself, as described here) to a power of two once inhibits basic categorization into two parts by opposing that relations between equal parts should be into categorically separated units.But it does not tend to be very through about this, as it is only once that it points to such categorization as bad. Pointing to it twice that way, as with sixteen (and for example eighty-one), yields tendencies to counteract it more thoroughly.

As two itself can be viewed as evil, counteracting it quite thoroughly generally tends to call for there to be over-belief in whatever the number (or numbers, which works, though it is a bit less efficient) that is there in the four factors for it. But when, as with sixteen, that number is two itself, then two counteracts itself twice, which I think leads us to believe in two-ness as a disproof of itself. ...

The attitude that springs form using thirty-two categories can be defined, it seems to me, rather differently. It must, I believe, stand for something of cruelty. against the spirit. It can (when using a meaning step to a hundred and twenty-seven) possess what a twenty-nine stands for if you look at this list. But although its ability to object to empathy and imagination (in general, and specifically about the other side of things), and also, but to very little extent to the seven-with-twenty-nine ability to possess sixteen. Because the seven can annul belief in anything directly cruel, such as the thirty-tow (=2^5), except to the extent that it is based on absolute godliness. That it can be to the extent the thirty-two continuation 127 is completed by oneness so that the resultant 128 is partly based on oneness, meaning it can repress actions of the seven to save the twenty-nine.

About sixty-four category attitudes, anyway, I think they could be viewed as having a precarious attitude about love and hate, because there is then not deal with trying to help oneself understand what evil there is to be seen, since 2^6 blocks out most basic evils. As to a hundred and twenty-eight categories, it is to be seen as totality of ruthlessness of cruelty. Possibly, also, one can also define it as cruel evil, because it basically is that, too  -  to the extent that it doesn't pertain to being anti- the next type, two hundred and fifty-six categories, which very very dangerous. It is so because it dismisses clarity about dangers, and to some extent even individual freedom, and thus turns attempts for justice into evil or awkward aspirations. Basically, usage of 256 categories thereby tends to weaken ones defenses against two-category-based thoughts and notions so much that it evilly surfaces evil as the only solution to ignorance.

Mathematically 256 is (2^2^2)^2 = 2^(2^3), the first of which yields that it spites two with itself enough for there to be ignorance of what two stands for, and thus power for it. What's on the right side of that equal sign yields that power is not seen as a mistake as it would be by heterogeneity, eight (=2^3).

With any number of two-factors to a categorization (including the above) a rule to it is that there's so-to-speak attempted termination of the simpler categorisations into that number of categories.
Also, I can say that the two hundred and fifty-six categorical aspects of reality are in themselves the totally extreme pitfalls of reality that are very awful. They are evil in the sense that they don't pertain to actually admitting there's any problem to the extent one hasn't realized one, due to that they ruin one's capacity for imagination about both problems and otherwise. They are thus also extremely dangerous, if they come to effect. The lack of imagination they cause is evil of hypnotic power in a very bad sense.

To all this comes a notion of a total dominance without interfering too much with the notion of what is going on in the relationship between one form of integrity and its square root. Thus, the 16, which is the square root of 256 is very important for our survival for eternity. However, also, the four that is its square root is also crucial, very importantly so. The reason the two cannot become crucial is that it has no continuation, whereas four has five, then seven (and so on), and sixteen has 47 and 199 and so on.