Sunday, September 2, 2012 res cum res… toccata and fugue...

…"aisthesis"… perception/sensation,…, "aistheton"… res of the senses/the perceived thing.

The determination of an ontological interval expresses, in the cognitive dynamics of the agents, the relation of presence and alterity of presence in the cognitive act, necessarily rhythmated by the constitutive difference, displaced in the fields of sustainability, by the rotativity of the reticularity of relation and diversity, weaved by the ondulatory ontologic signalization of permanence by the difference in the immanence, available to rhythmic rotativities of abstraction, such as: the constitutivity of entity, to dynamics of abstraction and generalization, depends upon the (co)ontological resending of presence, alterity and reciprocity of permanence in the immanence.

Life is rhythms, we are rhythms, our thoughts are rhythms, our feelings are rhythms, our discourse, our will. Where are we?! Where are our rhythms?! What emerged?! We emerged and then our rhythms?! No! We are and our rhythms are simultaneously, they are proper of the system, proper of the nature of the things, proper of our nature. Without rhythms there is no symphony, without rhythms there is no toccata and fugue.

The systemic nonlocality is a systemic emergence sustained by the system’s rhythms, towards survival effects. The nonlocality of each system is never outside the system, it is always in the system.

The nonlocality is a flux that contains all the information of the system in what regards its growth and development…, its life…, the nonlocality is vital for the systemic integrity, because of that the systems make it emerge, it is a matter of survival, otherwise the systems would lose all the references of life, of survival, all the strategic references, all their history.

The nonlocality is proper of the systems as a dispositional systemic information gathering available for the survival of the systems in what regards their integrity, it is a field in the system with the system (in res cum res).

This is not a matter of a system being greater than the sum of its parts is, it is not a matter of simple “sum”, it is a matter of complexity, and that has to do with the relations that the system establishes with itself and the others and the cognitive growth of the system itself.

If the locality disappears, the nonlocality also disappears. The system’s nonlocality emerges as a complexification (pli) of the system itself. The nonlocality emerges when the system computes itself as an identity, this is the first relation, the first rinkle, the first fold (pli). Many other pli’s will come with the growth and development of the system.

The nonlocality is phenotypic, it does not exhibit rhythms because it is in the system with the system (in res cum res), it is the system’s rhythms that maintain it...


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