The necessary Objects

Anil Mitra, © March 2010, © Latest Revision November 9, 2010


The two kinds are now called perfect Objects and practical Objects

The necessary Objects are: Experience—a name for the subject side of things that is more immediate than the closest element of the external world: so close that it is often missed or rejected; External world or Object—including faithful or perfect Objects and the fact—being—of the sufficiently faithful or practical Objects, i.e. Objects of adaptation that include practical forms, patterns, and laws… and that may be ‘framed’ by the necessary and Universal Objects; Being or existence—what is there—which includes Pattern and Law and Form; all being or Universe—which necessarily exists and contains all Law and Pattern and Form; part or Domain and Complement—which exists when the Domain exists, space-like Extension, and time-like extension or Duration with their degrees of freedom—e.g. our space is as if three-dimensional, and perhaps other unrecognized generalized coordinates of extension; perhaps the Mass or Extensive—increasing with amount, and Intensive—quality, independent of amount—attributes of Objects; the absence of Being or Void—which, from the existence of complements, must exist and which from the properties of the Universe, contains no Law or Pattern or Form and whose properties imply that there is no state that is inaccessible from any other state except states whose conception would entail violation Logic; and therefore Logos which is the Object of Logic—i.e. which is (identical to) the Universe or all being in all its magnitude and variety. Finally, via the variety of experience there is equivalence of identities with Identity

‘Later’ in Objects we see that Being is the intensive quality common to every Object. It is pertinent that in Objects we see that the ontical distinction between quality and entity is erased