Re: Yin/Yang (was: Re: virus: A "Confession" about "The Sign")

Brett Robertson (
Sat, 29 May 1999 16:27:10 -0500 (EST)

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Yes relationships create duality; though there is also an emergent ORDER (duality is acted out in shades of good and evil, HYPOTHETICALLY negates what is for a THEORETICAL reinstatement, resolves to zero sum, expresses objective reality according to a symbolic-only reality, and so results in fantasized "truths" and self/ other negation such that "subjective" truths are forced on others to "save" oneself from the consequences of this type of systems thinking). Order, on the other hand reveals logic and truth.

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Brett Lane Robertson
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At 03:21 PM 28/05/99 -0500, Joe E. Dees wrote:

>Brett wrote:
>> I find no evidence for subjectivity...
>You being a particular person, this statement is self-contradictory
>on its face. Rewind. Try Again.

You guys seem to be having some trouble with the dualistic nature of relationships between emergent systems. If we were discussing the nature of light, would one of you be saying "It's a particle!" and the other "It's a wave!"?

Dan (better taste/less filling)