Septembet 12

Septembet 12 - the Phdo Psyche whiteness noun not ajective...

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12/09/2007 13:42:00 Psyche whiteness – noun not ajective forms go in pairs, like largeness, smallness,  hotness, coldness all change that takes place in space time, the world of change that we live in, is  change from one opposite form to another. Eg if you are walking slow, then fast, you go to slow to fast ness. Nothing ever perfectly small, or large, or etc.  No limits to opposite forms Change in the world is oscillation from opposites.  Is there form of good and evil? Change is from one opposite to the other, but never to absolute hot or cold,  etc.  pattern of change, varying degrees absolute cold, -273 C – all molecular motions stop.   Very small room, no windows or doors, painted brilliant white, containing nothing  but a single high powered lightbulb.  Can be on or off. 
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course PHIL 200 taught by Professor Mccall during the Fall '08 term at McGill.

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