Re: virus: the universe

psypher (
Wed, 19 May 1999 07:05:08 -0400 (EDT)

> Isn't significance subjective?

...possibly, not necessarily. It is contextual though. But given that decisions are made by subjects and significance relates to the process of making decisions the concept is [recursively speaking] significant.


>>The universe as such 
>>cannot saud to "consist" of anything, it is not composed of parts.

> It >IS.
> If it is not composed of parts, how can anything be of greater
> significance than anything else?

...the universe AS SUCH is not composed of parts. The universe experienced by any particular consciousness is composed of parts. ...Consciousness is a pattern which has become self-aware. Self awareness results in an intuituion of separation. But "self" is an illusion.

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