Notes on Memoidealism (1.1)

In this part we start our discussion of Urstoff (Ger.), the primitive, primordial and basic element of everything and relation of memoidealism to Ionian school. In memoidealism, Memory serves the role of Urstoff as permanent primary element behind the process of state transition changes (technically speaking). In contrast, Ionians considered Urstoff to be of a material nature, for example, air (Anaximenes), fire (Heraclitus) or water (Thales). This abstraction (abstract materialism) of material elements parallels memory abstraction in memoidealism. Another parallel is the unity of science and philosophy.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ DumpAnalysis.org -

2 Responses to “Notes on Memoidealism (1.1)”

  1. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » Memoidealism as Monistic Aspect Pluralism Says:

    […] memory is the basis of everything we might think that memoidealism is a kind of dual aspect monism or plural aspect monism, where mind, body and perhaps many other […]

  2. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » Notes on Memoidealism (1.6) Says:

    […] everything changes in the philosophy of Heraclitus, its Urstoff, fire, is eternal, indestructable. The same can be said about Memory and its memory fragments. […]

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