Archive for the ‘Memoidealism’ Category

M-Memory

Friday, February 1st, 2013

Memorianic prophecy 0m3 says: “Memory is infinitude of memories.” In monistic aspect plural interpretation of Memoidealism memory is also an attribute of itself. Memorianity considers all memories of the same substance as eternal Memory. All memories are distinct, yet they are one essence. There is only one Memory in memories. Each memory is only distinct in relation to other memories. In M-Memory M stands for Multiplicity. One analogy here is the concept of Trinity with the infinite number of hypostases instead of just 3.

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On Matter and Substances

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2013

What is a role of perceived memory deficient matter in Memorianity where Memory consists of memories (Memorianic Prophecy 0m3)? Matter are boundaries of memories as illustrated on this schematic diagram:

We can also reverse monistic aspect pluralism of Memoidealism and consider substances as boundaries of memories too.

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Notes on Memoidealism (1.14)

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

Here we map objections (and further development) of Berkeley to Locke’s epistemology outlined in the previous note to memoidealistic epistemology:

1. There is no need for special substance to contain primary qualities.

Memory is of the same substance as memories.

2. Ideas exist independently of us in God.

Ideas not contained in memories of specific individuals can be contained either in memories of other individuals or outside memories in Memory.

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Notes on Memoidealism (1.13)

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Here we try to map memoidealistic epistemological counterparts to Locke’s theory of perception.

1. Ideas of sensation

Sense organs receive memory snapshots from other memories

2. Ideas of reflection

Memory snapshots from mind reflecting snapshots from other memories

3. Substance

Memory as a foundation of Universe

3. Primary qualities

Qualities associated with Memory as a substance

4. Secondary qualities

Qualities associated with memories as parts of Memory

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Bugtation No.156

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Philosophy is about memories, people’s memories.

Dmitry Vostokov, The Last Presocratic, Founder of Memodealism

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Commodities as Memories (Part 1)

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

Whereas Marx considered commodities as having surplus values and Baudrillard considered them as semiotic signs, philosophy of Memoidealism considers them as containing memories and linked by memories. People use commodities to evoke memories (either personal or collective) and use them for further communication. You can find such examples everywhere and the use of memories (including superstructure and means of production memories used to store the personal ones) has increased dramatically. We call this analysis XRAM to distinguish from original Marx analysis and its derivatives and extensions. In the future memories will also have exchange value and replace money.

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Bugtation No.151

Friday, December 23rd, 2011

Word of Memory.

Dmitry Vostokov, Memoriarch

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On Matter

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

If memory is the foundation of everything and the first principle then what about matter? We view matter as curvature of memory (currently metaphorically) and also as a constraining “filter” device that limits (and processes) memories. The latter view of limits is similar to some theories viewing brain (body) as a constraining device for mental reality (consciousness)*.

(*) Irreducible Mind (Kelly & Kelly et al.), pp. 28-29

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Forthcoming Volume 6 of Memory Dump Analysis Anthology

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

The new 6th volume contains revised, edited, cross-referenced, and thematically organized selected DumpAnalysis.org blog posts about memory dump and software trace analysis, software troubleshooting and debugging written in November 2010 - October 2011 for software engineers developing and maintaining products on Windows platforms, quality assurance engineers testing software on Windows platforms, technical support and escalation engineers dealing with complex software issues, and security researchers, malware analysts and reverse engineers. The sixth volume features:

  • 56 new crash dump analysis patterns including 14 new .NET memory dump analysis patterns
  • 4 new pattern interaction case studies
  • 11 new trace analysis patterns
  • New Debugware pattern
  • Introduction to UI problem analysis patterns
  • Introduction to intelligence analysis patterns
  • Introduction to unified debugging pattern language
  • Introduction to generative debugging, metadefect template library and DNA of software behaviour
  • The new school of debugging and trends
  • .NET memory dump analysis checklist
  • Software trace analysis checklist
  • Introduction to close and deconstructive readings of a software trace
  • Memory dump analysis compass
  • Computical and Stack Trace Art
  • The abductive reasoning of Philip Marlowe
  • Orbifold memory space and cloud computing
  • Memory worldview
  • Interpretation of cyberspace
  • Relationship of memory dumps to religion
  • Fully cross-referenced with Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, Volume 4, and Volume 5

Product information:

  • Title: Memory Dump Analysis Anthology, Volume 6
  • Author: Dmitry Vostokov
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 22.86 x 15.24
  • Paperback: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Opentask (December 2011)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-908043-19-1
  • Hardcover: 300 pages
  • Publisher: Opentask (January 2012)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-908043-20-7

Back cover features 3d memory space visualization image created with ParaView.

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The Trinity of Memory Worldview

Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

The Memory Worldview consists of 3 parts:

1. The Science of Memoretics

2. The Philosophy of Memoidealism (including Memory as the first principle)

3. The Memory Religion (Memorianity)

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Philosophical Self-Interview

Monday, September 12th, 2011

In 3×3 format:

Q. What philosophical school do I belong to?

A. I consider myself the last Presocratic philosopher.

Q. What is my difference from the first Presocratics?

A. The philosophy of Memoidealism that I founded postulates that Memory is the essence of things, the first principle, like fire.

Q. Can I name 3 great philosophers?

A. 3 V’s: Giambattista Vico, Circle Vienna, Dmitry Vostokov (*). The circle is not one philosopher though but a cloud memory aggregate. If you insist on a person I would then replace it with Voltaire.

(*) The idea came to me after reading that Ayn Rand could only recommend 3 A’s - Aristotle, Aquinas, and Ayn Rand.

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The Will To Be Memorized

Tuesday, August 9th, 2011

After reading many history books I found that the real historical, sociological and psychological force (often seen unconscious from outside) is the will to be memorized (saved in memories, in memory dumps, also called as the will to be remembered) and not the will to power (Nietzsche). As often with the will it is also linked with vices and virtues. For the vice side we site Michael Burleigh“Concern with posterity was apparent among the Nazi leadership, […]” and what we see now “… B-movie villains were self-consciously assigning themselves parts within an A-movie which runs and runs” today (documentaries, books, magazines, TV and the so called ‘Hitler industry’ “by the way of continuity”). As a more recent example, the recent tragedy in Norway clearly shows the desire of the protagonist to be memorized (masqueraded as a political agenda).

This is not to say that the will to power is not important, it is important by the way that by being memorized you actually exert more power in the future. Memorianity (memory religion) and its philosophical foundation (memoidealism) promote the will to be memorized as a virtue if all your deeds are seen as a virtue (see Memorianity and Morality).

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On Memory-Time vs. Space-Time

Friday, May 20th, 2011

I came to the idea of Memory-Time when reading about Samuel Alexander’s Space-Time (see also Memory Creates God). Here Memory plays the same foundational part as Space with memory-instants paralleling point-instants. I recently found the notion of memory-time (small capitals) appearing in Wittgenstein lectures as cited in Jaakko Hintikka’s paper “Wittgenstein on being and time”. However, it is considered there from the phenomenological subject-based perspective with a role of memory in the creation of time and external world and was only present in the earlier Tractatus-based Wittgenstein’s worldview.

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On Natural Theology

Monday, May 9th, 2011

Having written on how Memoidealism explains miracles I now move into explaining the whole discipline of natural theology. I use one of the current definitions of it as “the idea that there exists some link between the world we observe and another transcendent realm” (Alister McGrath, Darwinism and The Divine). One such link is a memory dump from an inaccessible memory region.

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Memiosphere

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Memiosphere is the sphere of operating memory processes where memory signs (studied by memiotics) are created, manipulated and destroyed. This new word was inspired by the similar notion of semiosphere. We can also metaphorically analyze and remember it as mem(ory) + I/O + sphere.

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Notes on Memoidealism (1.12)

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Similar to Buddhism view of a person as a transient assemblage of physical and psychical elements Memorianity considers a person as an assemblage of memories always in flux. To be saved correctly also means working with memories to overcome their original defects and reorder chains of memory perspectives. This is similar to karmic laws and past actions that determine the nature of rebirth. See also on Morality and Memorianity.

Why it is so difficult to restore everything that was saved? Here André-Marie Ampère’s notion of dynamic resistance when we try to penetrate matter is similar to memuonic resistance when we try to penetrate Memory.

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The Church of Memory Analysis

Friday, March 4th, 2011

This is another name for Memorianity (Memory Religion) that incorporates M->analysis techniques. I’m working now on the full statement of creed to be published soon. May you be memorized.

Dmitry Vostokov
Memoriarch

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Notes on Memoidealism (1.11)

Monday, February 14th, 2011

Alexander of Aphrodisias considers soul as a composition of bodily elements and immortal active intellect (god) comprehensible by our own intellects. This view excludes individual immortality but allows the temporary one by actively contemplating god. In memoidalism we can also consider soul as a composition of memory elements and Memory (as whole totality of memories) as immortal supra-intellect and through its contemplation (including other memories) we attain immortality.

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Bugtation No.131

Friday, November 26th, 2010

A variation of the answer to the perennial question:

The Past is a Memory Dump.

Dmitry Vostokov, Founder of Memory Dump Worldview, the philosophy of Memoidealism, and the religion of Memorianity (Memory Religion)

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Forthcoming Memory Dump Analysis Anthology, Volume 5

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Five volumes of cross-disciplinary Anthology (dubbed by the author “The Summa Memorianica”) lay the foundation of the scientific discipline of Memoretics (study of computer memory snapshots and their evolution in time) that is also called Memory Dump and Software Trace Analysis.ca

The 5th volume contains revised, edited, cross-referenced, and thematically organized selected DumpAnalysis.org blog posts about crash dump, software trace analysis and debugging written in February 2010 - October 2010 for software engineers developing and maintaining products on Windows platforms, quality assurance engineers testing software on Windows platforms, technical support and escalation engineers dealing with complex software issues, and security researchers, malware analysts and reverse engineers. The fifth volume features:

- 25 new crash dump analysis patterns
- 11 new pattern interaction case studies (including software tracing)
- 16 new trace analysis patterns
- 7 structural memory patterns
- 4 modeling case studies for memory dump analysis patterns
- Discussion of 3 common analysis mistakes
- Malware analysis case study
- Computer independent architecture of crash analysis report service
- Expanded coverage of software narratology
- Metaphysical and theological implications of memory dump worldview
- More pictures of memory space and physicalist art
- Classification of memory visualization tools
- Memory visualization case studies
- Close reading of the stories of Sherlock Holmes: Dr. Watson’s observational patterns
- Fully cross-referenced with Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3, and Volume 4

Product information:

  • Title: Memory Dump Analysis Anthology, Volume 5
  • Author: Dmitry Vostokov
  • Language: English
  • Product Dimensions: 22.86 x 15.24
  • Paperback: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Opentask (10 December 2010)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-906717-96-4
  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: Opentask (10 December 2010)
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-906717-97-1

Back cover features memory space art image Hot Computation: Memory on Fire.

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