Saturday, 19 November 2016

Worst-Case-Scenario Thinking

I have been supposing that consciousness springs from worst-case-scenario thinking. This is mostly because t seems likely that a worst-case scenario emphasizes a necessity of keeping track of one's thoughts. This being so, the worst-case thoughts need not themselves be conscious, though.

For thoughts or notions that provide a worst case to be more useful than destructive, one need to control them somehow and/or have them really reliant upon something they would otherwise destroy. To the extent that something is also a thought, one might suppose that it is clearer than most thoughts. It might thereby dominate thoughts of that type, the type that can be destroyed by the same type of tendencies. This seems similar to conscious thought.

If one presumes that thoughts rely upon balanced notions of what is what, that is in my number theory basically the same as that they rely upon five-based (or perhaps even four-based) notions. The five based notions (which are all four based, according to my system) include for example seven-based and ten-based ones´. The latter is simply because five is a factor of ten, and the former is because seven pertains to doing a meaning step from five.

Those meaning steps, which can also be called ingratiation steps, can also be used for enhancing whatever that is a meaning step from. That is a five enhances a four and a seven a five (and thereby indirectly also four). Likewise either a twenty-three or a but also a fourteen or forty-one can enhance ten. Within those meaning steps can be found different values, which can pertain to other qualities than those that the meaning steps enhance. Thereby one can in those meaning steps perhaps find those enhancements of potential destruction that seems to enhance its own destruction, and thereby perhaps, in the above-described sense, create dominant thoughts. ...

A seven and an eighty-three can together stand for the ingratiation step from 128 to 709, which is a resolute kind of consciousness, a type which relies on the issue of the harshness of what can be called "plain evil" when it is not set to be a clarifier of the necessity of disillusionment. The discipline of this  -  I think one might say consciousness of disillusionment  -  can be used both for authority and competing. It can also be used simply for getting enough exercise and so, with hardly any competitive spirit to it. At best, it also promotes fair play and so. ...

In a similar way, there is in the spiritual type (127 type) of discipline, there is an aspiration for utilitarianism or so. Thereby it is the reason for spiritual discipline of moral and so.That is, in the step from 32 to 127, there is a five factor, linked to a nineteen, the latter of which is utilitarianism, and the former of which is spirit. Terrifically enough it is a four and/or a five that can anchor that first meaning step for utilitarianism, from nine to nineteen. It is five that anchors it when a corresponding meaning step in the anchor itself is required for anchoring a meaning steps in its meaning series.

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