Secret Principles of Immortality, Edition 6

I will take this opportunity to turn from the general categories and functions of immortality—as in the earlier articles—to the objects which exist in the immortal landscape; It can be seen for example, that this list, representing good objects:

‘Stones, Basin, Stream, Well, Temple, Apparatus’

—differs from this one, representing bad objects—

‘Smoke, Graveyard, Police, Gun Turret, Automaton’

Nor should we assume that the difference is merely a matter of spirit—that what is lacking from the second is a metaphysical system; Nor should we assume that the difference is trivial;

While in the second list one or another characteristic may seem pragmatic, there is no need to combine elements of the second unless there is a reasonable connection between the two elements; Within some reason, we might need police to investigate a graveyard, but we don’t need police to smoke cigarettes, nor do we need an active gun turret in a graveyard, or necessarily atmospheric smoke, if it chokes our lungs; Beyond that point, the problem is with the individual words, and not the list itself; There is some degree of schism on the categories of negative subjects, that expresses either in the individual concepts, or in the excessive use of combination;


What about the first list? It might be a response to assumptions about the eternal—-perhaps some of these elements are not in themselves LIVING or FUNCTIONAL; Yet there is some effort for those two things; Thus, in abverse of the second list, what is missing is OPTIMIZATION and COMPATIBILITY;

Now we have an equation (optimization + compatibility) / (negativity + exacerbation); Seemingly, every other property in this context has something to do with ‘what something is’ essentially or primarily; that is, how it is for it to be an object, however living or complex; What I have defined is a kind of syntactical interface for whatever belongs in the immortal world;

Whatever serves as an accurate guess about the nature of the immortal will also be compatible with the list; The assumption is roughly that it is empirical, such as an application, existential condition, or test of something; Whenever something exists merely to counter the negative, that is a sign of negativity;

So, let us say that everything on the list, however qualified, consists of four categories: [1] Sensory, [2] Pragmatic, [3] Applicational, [4] Material or Rhetorical;

First, a context can be made describing the sensory qualities of the good:

[1] Senses of sense
[2] Senses of pragmatics
[3] Senses of applications
[4] Senses of materials

Secondly, a context can be made for the pragmatics of the good:

[1] Pragmatics of sense
[2] Pragmatics of pragmatism
[3] Pragmatics of applications
[4] Pragmatics of materials

Thirdly, a context can be made for the applications of the good:

[1] Applications of the senses
[2] Applications of pragmatism
[3] Applications of applications
[4] Applications of materials

Fourthly, materials can be found for the good:

[1] Material senses
[2] Material pragmatics
[3] Material applications
[4] Materials out of which materials are made

Look at how strategic this is: the last elements are the most necessary, but the first are the most desirable; Therefore, with infinite of the last, or a unit of the first, the conditions are met to some degree;

What is remarkable, is that every degree between also has some functionality;

Somewhat less than infinity of Material Applications is functional, even less infinity of Material Pragmatics is functional, even less infinity of Material Senses is functional, and so on up the list;

A small degree of senses of materials is necessary, summed up by the four items of the fourth list and the fourth item of the first list; A still smaller degree of senses of applications is necessary, summed up by the four items of the third list, and the third item of the first list; A still smaller degree of senses of pragmatics is necessary, summed up by the four items of the second list, or the second item of the first list; And the smallest effective answer expressed is shown by senses of sense, represented by the first item of the first list;

But, not only are the constituents of the second third and fourth lists still effective, but the first second third and fourth items of the first list are also quantifiable; The result may be exponential (or at least by a factor of two or four);

Consider the following contexts, which are assessments of the four ‘sections’ of pragmatism running through the earlier lists; Here I take [1.1, 2.2, 3.3, 4.4], [1.2, 2.3, 3.4, 4.1], [1.3, 2.4, 3.1, 4.2], [1.4, 2.1, 3.2, 4.3]:

[1] MASTER LIST: Senses of Sense with Pragmatics of Pragmatism, with Applications of Applications, with Materials of Materials

[2] KEY LIST: Sense of Pragmatics with Pragmatics of Applications, with Applications of Materials, with Material Senses

[3] DISCREPANCY LIST: Senses of Applications with Pragmatics of Materials with Applications of the Senses with Material Pragmatics

[4] MINIMAL LIST: Senses of Materials with Pragmatic Senses with Applications of Pragmatism with Materim‫mortial Applications

Thus the discrepancy is the following: [1] Applications of Pragmatism, [2] Application of the Senses, [3] Application of Materials, and [4] Application of Applications;

The key to the pragmatism which emerges as the basic discrepancy is the following: [1] Pragmatic Senses, [2] Pragmatics of Materials, [3] Pragmatics of Applications, and [4] Pragmatics of Pragmatics;

What emerges from the pragmatic discrepancy is the mastery of the senses, describe as: [1] Sense of Materials, [2] Senses of Applications, [3] Sense of Pragmatics, [4] Sense of Sense;

However, the key to everything is the fourth category when we work with a dysfunctional context; The fourth category says that the relations between the discrepancy, the key, and the senses is the following:

[1] Material Applications, [2] Material Pragmatics, [3] Material Senses, and [4] Material of Materials

Thus, the following describes the general genesis of the development of immortal objects:

[1] Material of Materials

[2] Material Senses, [3] Sense of Sense

[4] Material Pragmatics, [5] Sense of Pragmatics, [6] Pragmatics of Pragmatics

[7] Material Applications, [8] Senses of Applications, [9] Pragmatics of Applications, [10] Applications of Applications

[11] Senses of Materials [12] Pragmatic of Materials [13] Applications of Materials

[14] Pragmatic Senses [15] Application of the Senses

[16] Applications of Pragmatism

This is a major accomplishment; But what does it mean for the immortal object? Well, take an example of an immortal object and apply it to the hierarchy of requirements;

For example, a Stream of Life must first have a material of materials—providing life—then a material sense: being a river, then a sense of sense, being understood to be the river of life; then a material pragmatics, being able to be drunk, etc. Other aspects have to do with how one interacts with the river;

Another example is a perpetual motion machine; First it needs the right physics (material of materials); Then it needs the right implementation (material senses), requiring a theory or sense of these senses; Then it needs a certain way to operate (a material pragmatic), requiring practical sense and a notion of value or meaning; Etc.

In a sense of imperfect conditions, my hierarchy (actually a dual-hierarchy) provides a standard for any type of immortal object, and a rubric for assessing how an object succeeds or fails immortally;

That is my lesson in this edition of the Secret Principles of Immortality (Edition 6)::

Nathan Coppedge is an author of books, and encourages everyone to live a long healthy life.

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