Friday, 15 August 2014

For Viewing Something as Intrinsic to Nature and so

I have earlier described oneness as Godly and relatively safe to have as a security, for everyone. In order for that kind of helpfulness not to be too helpful for those who dissociate others from it, destiny, and so also pertains to trinity, one might say, and thereby be into reciprocity about such dissociation.Being able to do so, I consider to be inert to usage of three-categorical thoughts. Using three categories for one's judgements is other words, I think, the essence of corrective capacity.

Because, reciprocity against bad dissociation can get at badness, I think, not only in the sense of badness that means evil, but also badness that means lousy. Because lousiness per se is much about not testing one's assumptions, attitudes and so. A simple test of such things should be to let them  -  in one way or another  -  get at themselves to the extent they are bad, i.e. to have them be reciprocal and thereby stop or destroy or so themselves before  doing that to other elements of one's conception.

Indeed, it is by emphasis on the correctness of three-category-based notions that one can point to other notions as inadequate for correctness. Pointing something out such a way I have defined as specifying that something as uninteresting and so. To some extent, one can point to three-category notions themselves, but one cannot, I believe, for it use anything more correct than it is itself.

In nine (= three times three) categories, three spites two: We can find a discrimination against discrepancy in another way as well, namely that the two threes that are in union can establish themselves as independent long as they ignore possibilities of division into two.Evasion of this seems to purify the three form the blind discrimination of two. But at least potentially, I think it also makes three less efficient against such discrimination or less inclined for clarity on what it is about. Since three is into homogeneity and two is against it, I believe that three to a power of two yields important types of homogeneity, which I have described more here.

I believe that nine categorical thought actually also tends very often to specify especially about illusions and so (represented by six), by use of a participation in nineteen that is there by the first meaning step from nine. Sort of like with simple three-category notions, exactly, there is (I think) to those of nine categories  -  and thereby also to those of nineteen, or even any meaning steps further from there  -  a quality of inert correctness that can't very much be specified as inadequate for correctness, or so. I guess that nine's quality of spiting two makes its three-based notions rather theoretical about things that are associated with two-based notions. ...

One might imagine there's an total contradiction in twenty-seven, with its three factors of three, since it's thereby about three avoiding itself. But what happens is that the threes really become flexible and versatile about how to establish themselves. The twenty-seven's three-wise flexibility of itself, I think probably gives rise to feelings of coziness. But there is also distinct risk to this kind of an attitude in that there is no absolute in the three's form of justice, although there is also a sort of gain for justice in that the three capacity can be flexible.

To twenty-seven categories, meaning steps can be done in more than one way. Firstly it could directly include all the twenty-seven's three factors. Secondly it could firstly include only two of them, one or more times. Upon applying a meaning step on only two factors, the third one might be included for one or more additional meaning steps. About twenty-seven, as with nine, categories, there is an essence of correctness still more or less intact, which holds true, I think, with or without meaning steps to it.

Categorization into eighty-one categories is like nine (its square root), but more thoroughly spiteful against using exactly two (basic) categories. When it's into two hundred and forty-three categories it's into counteracting the spirit for the sake of what three can stand for. Seven hundred and twenty-nine categories is a bit like a nine and a bit like a twenty-seven. ... and so on by the same rules.

By the way, I think it 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. 

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