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Notes on Memoidealism (1.3)

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

Indeterminate infinite Urstoff, out of which emerges the plurality of worlds that come and go, is the foundation of Anaximander philosophy. In memoidealism, Memory is indeterminate in the sense that it doesn’t represent determinate material substance. It is actually infinite too. The crucial feature of memoidealistic notion of memory is the fact that coming into existence plurality doesn’t perish. It is saved. In some sense Memory is apeiron of memoidealism.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ -

Notes on Memoidealism (1.2)

Monday, April 27th, 2009

Memoidealism is characterized by the unity of philosophy and (computer) science. It has deep roots in practical memory (dump) analysis. The interpretation of observations as memory snapshots (universal memory dumps) leads to the declaration of Memory to be the One (or the First Principle) like Water in Thales practical scientific philosophy. We also observe that processes are memory snapshots as well, through their observational data. We try to understand the plurality of experiences through the unity of memory (the so called Unity in Difference).

- Dmitry Vostokov @ -

Notes on Memoidealism (1.1)

Tuesday, March 24th, 2009

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 @ -