What the Circular Theory Explains
The Self (A Self)
The Mind (A Mind)
Meta (Metaphysics) (Metaphilosophy) (Metapsychology) (MetaModernism) (MetaMeta) (Metaphor)(Metamemetics)
Biomemetics Memetics Tokenization Representation
Unity (Universality) (Universals) (Universe)
Unification Unitization The Unit
Scale Logarithms Algorithms
Opposition (Conflict) (Polarity)
Sex (and Domination)
The Neural Network
Conservation of the Circle
The History of Ideas
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Guide to the Circular Theory
The Universal System Architecture of Nature
The Literal Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
The (Real) Theory of Everything
Euclid’s Error: The Mathematics behind Foucault, Deleuze, and Nietzsche.
Tokenization: The Key to Philosophy, Physics, and Psychology.
Biomemetics: The Tokenization of Reality
Circularity: 21 Steps to Infinite Intelligence and Perpetual Productivity
The Cryptic Universe
The Master Algorithm
Why Cryptic Everything is Here to Stay
Action. Reaction. Co-action.
All numbers, operations, functions, algorithms.
Anything else you can think of. All of the words in any language.
Astrology and astronomy (cosmology).
Asymmetric warfare (strategy in general).
Background and foreground.
Behavior in general.
Biology and technology.
Bio-tech. Fin-tech. Neuro.
Circuits and switches.
Circulation (any discipline).
Circumference and diameter.
Code. Coding. Algorithms.
Communication in general.
Comparison and difference. Sameness and ubiquity.
Conditions and situations.
Conflict in general.
Context in general.
Conversation (any species).
Correlation (general and specific) (continuous and discrete).
Court of Public Opinion.
Cynicism. Skepticism. Stoicism.
Data science. Information in general.
Duplication and Negation.
Economics (inflation, appreciation).
Ego (id, superego).
Electricity and magnetism.
Evolution, Co-evolution (biomimicry).
Factors of production.
Finance (markets, analysis).
Form and structure.
Form and substance.
Games (offense, defense).
Habit in general.
Half and Whole
Icons and archetypes. Myth.
If X, then Y. (Conditionality in general.)
Individuals in groups. Swarms.
Intelligence (human and machine).
Intuition (Natural Intelligence).
Language, Metaphor, Linguistics.
Law of identity.
Life and death.
Life, in general, with all its ups and downs (up and down in general).
Love and Hate.
Logarithms and functions. Operations. Matrix.
Logic, notation, sequence.
Man and his relationship to Nature.
Man and his relationship to himself.
Man and his relationship to others.
Man’s search for meaning.
Mathematics (zero, one, two, three, infinity).
Mind and matter (abstract and concrete) (literal and figurative).
Music and art.
Nature (in general, and, specific).
Networks and nodes.
Noether’s Theorem (Conservation and Symmetry).
Observation and measurement.
Philosophy and psychology.
Physics and mathematics.
Process (input, output).
Proof, in general.
Reality (Virtual, Augmented, Artificial) (Imaginary) (‘Real’).
Reproduction (cycles in general).
Selfish and Selfless.
Sensing (thinking) (thought).
Singular and Plural.
Sports. Games. NFL. Skating. Golf.
Statistics and Stochastics.
Subjects and objects.
Symbolization. Abstraction. Representation.
The Variable. (Pi)
The counter-factual (counter-terrorism).
Time and space.
Truth. Justice. Miranda.
War and peace.
Why opposites attract and, then, eventually, repel.
Why we argue.
X and Y. X and X. X and X’.
Yin and yang.
Zero and one.
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