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The Tower: Remembering perfection

If 

Then

  • It must contain an ontological hierarchy of ideas.

If

  • All ideas require the Good, but it requires reference to no others,

Then

  • The Good is the sovereign first principle of intelligibility and, a fortiori, reality.

If

  • The Good (also Monas Monadum) is the first principle of everything, and reality consists entirely of a plenum of monads, and

  • Monads are the ultimate indivisible units of value-in-action which enter into complexes (or metasystems),

Then 

  • All action, which occurs in integers of Planck’s constant, are relational transformations between monads; or, otherwise, moments of branching bifurcations in the more or less perfect actualization of the Good.

If 

Then

  • Actions fall on a spectrum between perfectly moral and perfectly antimoral according to their effect on the actualization of possible perfection.

If

Then

If

  • We can remember the entire characteristica universalis,

Then


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