May 5, 2020, 11:08 AM
—“Can you clarify for me your use of the greater than symbol “>” in the lists you often use? So “Human logical facility > …Operations > … … Counting” etc Am I to read such lists with the words “is greater than” between them? Or does it have another meaning from computer code language or some other operational system that I’m unfamiliar with? Or am I attaching meaning where I shouldn’t?”— Stephen Wells
HIERARCHY OF PURPOSE
1. Logical: The Direction of Serialization,
2. Dependency: Hierarchy of Dependency,
3. Evolution: Evolution of Development
4. Physical Causality: Sequence of Operations.
Hierarchy less to more
|FALSEHOOD|: Ignorance > error > bias > wishful thinking > obscurantism > fictionalism > deceit > denial.
Direction Less to more in both directions
|MORAL|: Evil < immoral < unethical < amoral > ethical > moral > Righteous.
Process less to more
|EPISTEMOLOGY| Observation > Auto-Association > Free Association > hypothesis > (mind-test) > theory > (action-test) > established theory or law (market-test) > limit discovery (falsification) > repeat (revision)