Thinking about Thought
A thought is not possible without the conservation of a circle. Thus, the representation of a thought is, also, not possible without (the conservation of) a circle.
A thought is not possible without the conservation of a circle. So, both thought, and representation (identification in general), can only be represented (thought of in) this way:
Since Nature knows nothing about (man’s invention of) ‘numbers,’ (representations of any kind) (all of man’s thoughts) (all of Nature’s ‘thoughts’) the representation of representation (if you have been programmed to ‘think’ in ‘numbers’) is what humans know as ‘the number two.’
Thus, from a human’s (mathematical) (representational) point of view, the arithmetic (representation of the) number ‘two’ is the maximum and the minimum number (representation) (in any and every ‘direction’).
Meaning, Nature has pre-programmed all of its constituents to represent its (what humans experience as) ‘self.’ This is not difficult (at all) to ‘understand.’ You have to use the diagram (accept the diagram as the representation of representation) (in any and every ‘direction’) (the tokenization of Nature):
The Experience of Nature
Meaning, what you ‘see’ is never what you get (what you decide to see is always what you get). The diagram is, what humans experience as, a thought (thinking as a noun and thinking as a verb) (thought as a noun and-or a verb) (representation as a noun and-or a verb).
Conservation of a circle is the only dynamic in Nature. Explaining both why, and how, a human ‘thinks.’ (And, therefore, why the human feels compelled to continually ‘represent’ his-her-its ‘thoughts.’)
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