Memoidealism Defined

Memoidealism (or alternatively Panmemorism, not the same as Panpsychism) now acquires a definition motivated by the functional definition of panpsychism in David Skrbina’s book Panpsychism in the West:


All entities, e.g. objects, components, subsystems and systems of objects and components, possess a memory for themselves.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ + -

3 Responses to “Memoidealism Defined”

  1. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » Memuon: A Definition Says:

    […] is that mysterious memory “particle” memuon? According to memoidealism our Universe has Memory (*) and therefore its memory has to be composed from memory […]

  2. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » On God and Miracles Says:

    […] Memoidealism explains God as Inaccessible Memory (Memory Region A on the picture below). It means that Memory Region B doesn’t have pointers that point outside of it. In other words, all operating fields of Region B pointers are in Region B. However, Region A can have pointers pointing to Region B and modify it, effectively producing a miracle as perceived by Region B. In other words, some perception field links of Region B pointers may come from outside. You can object that Region B can make deeper pointers by making their memory locations bigger (from N-bit to 2*N-bit for example) but Memory may not be flat, discrete and bit-like. For one possible Christian interpretation we can replace Region B with the heavens and the earth (Genesis 1.1) and replace Region A with God-Creator (note also that in Memorianity Memory creates memories [notes on memoidealism 1.10]). […]

  3. Crash Dump Analysis » Blog Archive » Ontological and Epistemological Memoidealism Says:

    […] the following branches of memoidealism (memory idealism) in addition to its common sense pragmatic panmemoric version: Ontological […]

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.