This collection of books is a small, but growing example of the millions of books, journals, periodicals, and academic papers we are currently tracking and indexing. We are updating this library constantly. Please return often and review this library as it evolves.
This library is the first step on our way to making Mathesis Universalis (the long-sought search for a unifying principle in all that we know and experience) a reality. Soon our knowledge representations, in their many forms, will be accessible from the pop-up dialogues which appear when you click/tap on a book’s entry in the overview you see. Other types of knowledge sources; such as social media activity, websites, E-Mails, audio, video,… are also going to be included in our tracking and indexing system.
I, Carey G. Butler, have been working on this idea since 1989 during my study of Foundational Mathematics and Complex Analysis. I then moved to Germany in 1990 to continue my study (this time in the original German language) of many German mathematicians and philosophers such as Carl Friedrich Gauss, Bernhard Riemann, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz,… During that first year I began to formalise the idea as I began to learn the German language more intensively.
The journey has been a long one and was finally conceptually refined in March of 2009. The journey has taken many, many turns in the years since. I have made several key discoveries in mathematics, philosophy, and linguistics along the way which I, due to my concerns about priority, have not yet published. A few of these discoveries are documented elsewhere though, but I have been very careful to withhold many aspects of their details until I was able to find and/or adapt current technologies to bring them to a useful expression and application in their fullness. I was confronted with many obstacles and challenges, but I never gave up. For more information about my plans, please visit our website at Mathesis Universalis in English or Mathesis Universalis auf Deutsch.
As it stands, we could have created this library application a year ago. It is, in itself, nothing very special for programmers who know how to build applications like it. However, as we developed and tested the predecessor to this application, it soon became very clear that the sheer volume of data being manipulated was creating increasing demands on the conventional technology we were using at the time. Our concerns about processing time, network speed, and infrastructural demands forced us to step back and create a better foundation which could be scaled to any degree. We have spent the last 8 months (August 2021 – April 2022) building a ‘symphony’ of cloud applications and an infrastructure which is now fast, reliable, and scalable.
Towards that aim, this library represents the ‘orchestration’ of a collection of cloud apps we created or have forked and modified for our purposes that is distributed over several servers. Its backend is primarily driven by a distributed Couchbase database to store and to manipulate the massive amount of data. Also other kinds of databases are implemented for temporary storage or for the frontend’s presentation and housekeeping.
We are currently developing a Progressive Web App which will use this library as one of its sources to present our knowledge representation.
Finally, after 13 years of investment of all kinds and, on the 8th birthday of one of my most important discoveries (‘We Have a Heartbeat‘),…
My answer to this question on Quora here: https://www.quora.com/Why-do-some-people-want-to-destroy-other-people/answer/Carey-G-Butler?__nsrc__=4&__snid3__=7837281943
Often they do it, because those who destroy others’ lives are themselves miserable or have destroyed their own lives.
Another reason is to advance objectives that are held by the person or held by the people the person works for. Alphabet agencies like CIA, NSA, NSC, BND, MOSSAD, UNO,… there are even documented examples of Microsoft, Apple, Google, Twitter, and Facebook having exhibited this behaviour.
They usually harbour some form of disdain for others or humanity as a whole. Or they are incapable of human properties like empathy (pathology of some kind).
Humanity is comprised of many spectra; those of ideologies, values, goals, methods, knowledge, power,… These spectra, when placed upon their side like a sine wave (which is actually a spiral), look like Bell curves of some type. There are many variants of these curves.
Here are a few examples:
Note how each Bell curve exhibits specific properties. Among those properties are the distribution of an inherent ‘population’. The population of the curve could be anything, not just people. They also have outliers. Those of the population which exist on the extreme left or right of the curve.
If we had a particular set of properties to examine, we may place the distribution of this property into one or more of these curves. Let’s take banksters, who can be, and usually are very destructive.
We would have at least 5 curves to describe their population.
- Intelligence: where they usually (always exceptions to outliers) occupy the upper portion of the curve (where it gets real small).
- Empathy: where they usually occupy the extreme lower part of the spectrum.
- Control fetish: where they are usually found in the middle of the spectrum.
- Hoarding: again in the centre.
- You could continue in this vein to describe them so uniquely, that even language can’t keep up with its ‘granularity’ (increasing specificity). Things like available resources, socialising debt, privatising profit, corruption, warmongering, demographic changes, jail time, manipulative tendency, fear,…
That is where language is then transformed into knowledge.
As you see, people who destroy other’s lives can easily be found using this method.
Words are symbolic indications and/or conveyors of meaning and are not that meaning in themselves.
Meaning is found, stored, and manipulated in our minds. This is why different languages are capable, in varying degrees of usefulness, to convey meaning which is very similar to that found via the symbols of any other.
It It is also the reason why there are words indicating meaning that are not found in other languages; or, if found in a different language, the other language requires more of its own structure, dynamics, and resonance to convey the same meaning.
For example: the words ‘déjà vu’ in French are found in German ‘schon gesehen’ and in English ‘already seen’, but these phrases do not convey the full meaning found in the French version. To counter this deficit, their meaning in other languages must be ‘constructed’ out of or ‘fortified’ by the careful use of longer strings of symbols. This additional construction and/or fortification may even fail at times. This is often where the word phrase from a different language is simply added to the language in which the concept is missing.
This same situation is found in the literature of many languages. The words used to convey meaning are condensed and may contain more meaning than is usually the case. In this regard, even the person reading/hearing the words may not possess the competence necessary to catch this condensed meaning in its fullness.
Mathematical expressions, albeit more precise, are also indications of meaning. They are more robust in their formulation, but at ever-increasing depth or scope, even they may fail to reliably or conveniently convey meaning.
Our understanding of what words mean is not always accurate, but where our mutual understanding of the meaning of words overlaps, and the degree to which they overlap, is where their meaning can be shared.
Our own personal understanding of words is measured by our ability to apply their meaning in our lives.
There is also a false meme, which I would like to clarify.
“Knowledge is Power!”
It is wrongly said that ‘Knowledge is power’. The truth is another: Knowledge is the measure of usefulness of what we understand and is the only true expression of its ‘power’.
The value of Knowledge is found in its usefulness and not in its possession.
Is Mathematics Or Philosophy More Fundamental?
Answer: Philosophy is more fundamental than mathematics.
This is changing, but mathematics is incapable at this time of comprehensively describing epistemology, whereas, philosophy can.
Hence; mathematics is restrained to pure ontology. It does not reach far enough into the universe to distinguish anything other than ontologies. This will change soon. I am working on exactly this problem. See http://mathematica-universalis.com for more information on my work. (I’m not selling anything on this site.)
Also, mathematics cannot be done without expressing some kind of philosophy to underlie any axioms which it needs to function.
Implication is a ‘given’ in mathematics. It assumes a relation which we call implication. Mathematics certainly ‘consumes’ them as a means to create inferences, but the inference form, the antecedent, and the consequent are implicit axioms based upon an underlying metaphysics.
Ergo: philosophy is more general and universal than mathematics.
Often epistemology is considered separate from metaphysics, but that is incorrect, because you cannot answer questions as to ‘How do we know?” without an underlying metaphysical framework within which such a question and answer can be considered.
The Creation of ‘Care’
The 8th Principle of Natural Law: Care
The ‘container’ in which all of the principles of natural law exist.
What we care about on a daily basis acts as the driving force of our thoughts and actions.
Care+Knowledge+Action (Feeling, Mind, Being)
This is the reason my mother named me ‘Care-y’. She told me as a child when I asked her why she named me Carey that I would be the one who cares.
Note how this is the opposite of what our parasitic slave owners want. They even celebrate the opposite. They call it the ‘Cremation of Care’. Here a description on WikiLies): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cremation_of_Care
Actual footage of the ceremony here:
The parasites sucking us dry for centuries now have the religion to make us want to not care any more. “Stand down and accept your chains… that’s what their religion is there for.” – Mark Passio
Full Version of his Natural Law seminar is here:
Maritime Admiralty Law in 10 Minutes
You are ‘owned’ just by acquiescing to that ‘ownership’.
This work is a dead end waiting to happen. Of course it will attract much interest, money, and perhaps even yield new insights into the commonality of language, but there’s better ways to get there.
What’s even more sad is that they, who should know better, will see my intentions in making this clear as destructive criticism instead of a siren warning regarding research governed/originating through a false paradigm. These people cannot see or overlook the costs humanity pays for the misunderstandings research like this causes and is based upon.
It’s even worse in the field of genetic engineering with their chimera research. The people wasting public money funding this research need to be gotten under control again.
I don’t want to criticize the researcher’s intentions. It’s their framing and methodology that I see as primitive, naive, and incomplete.
I’m not judging who they are nor their ends; rather, their means of getting there.
“Quantification” is exactly the wrong way to ‘measure/compare semantics; not to mention “partitioning” them!
1) The value in this investigation that they propose is to extrapolate and interpolate ontology. Semantics are more than ontology. They possess a complete metaphysics which includes their epistemology.
2) You cannot quantify qualities, because you reduce the investigation to measurement; which itself imposes meaning upon the meaning you wish to measure. Semantics, in their true form, are relations and are non-physical and non-reducible.
3) Notice also, partitioning is imposed upon the semantics (to make them ‘measurable/comparable’). If you compare semantics in such a way then you only get answers in terms of your investigation/ontology.
4) The better way is to leave the semantics as they are! Don’t classify them! Learn how they are related. Then you will know how they are compared.
There’s more to say, but I think you get the idea… ask me if you want clarification…
“Virtue is Beauty of the soul, as Beauty is the Virtue of forms.” Frithjof Schuon