Saturday, February 21, 2015

Subsume Tractatus

Here is an outline of subsume ideas in another format

Features of subsume state:

  • Initial state that precedes differentiation
  • Fusion
  • Confusion
  • Unconsciousness
  • Indistinct whole
  • Process of elaboration out of subsume state
  • Return to subsume state in some cases
  • All subsumes are relics and projections of the first subsume and at the same time are original phenomenon in themselves
  • Degrees of distinction and indistinction
  • Mixed modes of distinction and indistinction in the world and in the mind

Physical, biological:

  • Original singularity of the cosmos
  • Complex systems
  • Subsume state that creates Biological entities
  • Subsume states within biological entities and ecologies


  • Subsume of child's mind yet to elaborate into clear sub-minds
  • Subsume of basic personality traits and environmental influences
  • Subsume of self identity
  • Subsume of soul
  • etc


  • Tribal society
  • Subsume of history
  • Subsume of early capitalism, pre-industrial
  • Subsumes of economics, media, technology, global phenomenon happening about us
  • Social activities such as rituals, joint projects
  • Gender subsume
  • Unconscious historical processes
  • The human race as a subsume
  • Subsume nature of revolutions
  • etc


  • Subsume of subconscious
  • Subsume of words and ideas
  • Subsumes of creativity, genio
  • Subsumes of unity, love, cooperation
  • Subsume of action mind
  • Subsume of crisis response
  • Subsumes of strategy
  • Grasping the plastic nature of the world
  • Subsumes that mix art and life
  • Subsumes that don't separate the spiritual from life
  • Meditation
  • Work as a subsume
  • Subsume of complex neurology
  • etc

Distinct and indistinct thinking combined:

  • Note that wholes can be a combination of distinct and indistinct elements [physical, biological, human-made] 
  • Social strategy when emplying to subsume to gain a positive, unifying perspective. Thus having both sharp thinking and emply thinking together 
  • When the individual acts spontaneously to help others even though it is aware of its own individuality
  • When the individual pursues various ex-nature, cultural interests yet at the same time will see no distinction between itself and nature, and thus acts for nature 
  • When the individual has its own sphere of living but at the same time is connected with social processes and history via directness 
  • When one sees her or his soul as being influenced by others, living an individual life, and influencing others. 
  • Self identity process is a mixture of distinction/differentiation combined with returns to an identity subsume to discover new traits. 
  • Human beings are thus like the cosmos in their mixed nature 

Future subsumes:

  • Subsumes are past, present and future 
  • Major future subsumes signal a cultural and psychological leap for humans. These are about our souls, other people and society, the force of history, our connection with Nature, subsumes that create new phenomenon in culture


An Axxiad is a philosophy that has many aspects that elaborate from an intuitive subsume and evolve in separate directions, and then reconnecting into a whole at times

Philosophy of differentiation is too complex to state any singular rule or essence or point of view. The subsume is singular but it offers no details or laws, it is an unknown. What we know cannot be reduced to a one, but what we don't know CAN be reduced to one

A philosophy of differentiation arises to explain the manifold world and it offers some guidelines. At the same time, it cannot derive the science of economics, sociology, government, psychology and so on. These must arise from experience of their respective fields or disciplines. Philosophy then can aid in the systemization of the science. Science and philosophy represent two forms of differentiation in our world stemming from a common subsume source. Science reflects the diversity of phenomena, the details and specifics. Philosophy tries to express the diversity in general laws which apply to all things.

Conventional philosophy is iso-think, it looks for singular explanations. Subsume and differentiation perspectives argue against simple views. New philosophers think in terms of complexity and a variety of POVs. Knowledge becomes a united and diverse front. Key concepts become more like tools in a toolbox and not sacred tablets. Philosophy becomes a shared project and process. Conventional philosophy suffers from psychotic breaks, blind narcissism and severe dogmatism. The creativity of an individual philosopher accounts for an advance in thought, turning the person into a deity or icon amounts to a retrogression in thought.

Socrates argued for knowing that you did not know. Philosophy begins with this. But philosophy quickly creates the absolute. Philosophy of differentiation says there is no absolute, individuals are limited, there are many points of view and philosophy keeps evolving. New philosophers return to Socrates and admit they don't know everything…..because the world is too diverse and complex. A Socratic process is created within philosophy.

A qualified version of 'god' can be the original subsume of all things. All comes from this initial entity, all things are present within it. We thus can make a kind of cosmic deduction, we deduce products and byproducts of the original state in a long line of succession to create the genealogy of the Diverse.

This state contains everything including life, thought, morality, mathematics, language, logic, art, creativity, philosophy, theology, science etc. We deduce backward and upward to the original singularity but we cannot explain how, why and where these things are in the original subsume. We only know the potential must be present at the very beginning for these nonmaterial things.

If the material cannot create the nonmaterial then we are faced with a perplexing thought: there must be a second creation that interferes with history, science and logic. We have no proof of this. We are underestimating the power of physical, we do not grasp the matter is not 'mere matter', it is something more profound, more complex, more plastic, more powerful.

Human beings evolve out of the original state as do all other things. We are a great example of transcendent matter.

In a way, Pythagoras and Plato are correct in that the first singularity contains ideas. Further the Pythagoreans had some notions related to a Subsume.

In the ancient East, ancient Mideast and ancient West are some similarities in thought about subsumes and differentiation.

Subsume thinking lends itself to the 'spiritual' as it deals with a soul, the origin of all things, returns to the subsume for moral and psychological reasons etc.

Subsume philosophy has a natural connection to Genio [creativity]. Various mental states that drive innovation are types of subsumes either centered in the right hemisphere, the prefrontal region, the subconscious, or resulting from general communication or confusion between many neurological regions.

Subsume mechanics:

  • Elaboration out of subsume
  • Degrees of subsume
  • Return to a subsume, emply
  • Mixing subsume thinking with distinct thinking……'dis-indis' thinking
  • Subsume wholes vs distinct wholes and the merger of them, transcendent wholes
  • Treat each subsume as original, though they are all relics of the initial
  • Time is a subsume in the sense that the moment 'now' is a confusion of past and future followed by a succeeding moment of clarity
  • New subsumes appear constantly

Post subsume mechanics:

  • This has to do with the next phase of differentiation then undifferentiation and then formation of a whole.
  • Genio plays a large part in these processes
  • Evolution and time lead to more problems, work, opportunity and gains

Positives and negatives of a subsume:

  • Subsume begins something, but differentiation fleshes that something out into a complex system
  • Subsume whole creates unusual sense of connection, cooperation and compassion; but is weak on individuality and diversity as it sees all fused into one
  • Subsume creativity is powerful but it can stick you in a special type of confused state when you should move on to other forms of creativity and/or the mindset of analysis, systemization, technique
  • And so on

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