Tue, 14 Sep 1999 18:14:18 EDT
In a message dated 9/14/99 3:09:13 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> Dear Bill,
> WDEshleman@aol.com wrote:
> > Time group,
> > Hitoshi has allowed his orthogonalisation of QM and GR
> > to be called the noumenon of his theory of LSs.
> > My approach to cosmology is to make inertia and gravity
> > orthogonal (independent) and I accept this orthogonalisation
> > as the noumenon of my cosmology.
> > Could it be a consistent if not general rule that the noumenon
> > is an orthogonalisation of phenomenon?
> By noumenon do you mean the class of all "observers", in that the
> noumena (singular case) are "what is doing the observing" and,
> similarly, do you mean phenomenon to be the class of all "observations"?
> Kindest regards,
Webster's definition is ok by me...
Noumenon: a posited object or event as it appears in itself
independent of perception by the senses.
Phenomenon: an object or aspect known through the senses
rather than by thought or intuition.
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