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 Post subject: Jaynes in the Middle of Abstraction Theory & Process Physics
PostPosted: Sun Jan 21, 2007 11:51 pm 
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Hi all, I just discovered your forum. I read Origin when first published and at least twice since, and find Jaynes’ account of what I call the subject faculty evolving into modern subjective conscious mind most stimulating. His overall work seems a tight fit with abstraction theory and the new process physics; both emerging new concepts. The whole story (20k words) leans heavily on Jaynes at:

http://www.ctr4process.org/relationality
Category: Process and Science
Title: Abstraction Theory of Process and Physics

Commentary or corrections would be most appreciated.
J. S. Johnson (engineer, retired)


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