Hi Maggie, Matt and All,
In the experience of no mind, o prerational, o arational, o irrational, o
postrational describe the DQ as a process moving from one point to another,
like do- mi- sol- do. In the experience of three brains, three different
experiences. O pre- and o post- are temporal markers.
> On Monday, September 16, 2002, at 09:59 AM, the hanged man wrote:
> > Some terminology suggestions:
> > o prerational - the preintellectual awareness (of Quality)
> > o arational - judgements in which rationality is irrelevant
> > (beauty?)
> > o irrational - degenerative attempt to get out of intellectual
> > level
> > o postrational - larger awareness that includes static
> > (intellectual
> > analysis) and Dynamic.
> > Just some ideas to throw out there.
> > --
> > Matt Brown (email@example.com) cs1321 Head TA
> > Ga Tech PST Undergrad Philosophy Society Chairman
> > http://thm.askee.net Society of Physics Students
> > Member
> > -= "Every day is a good day" - Zen Proverb =-
> Hello, Matt! Glad to meet you.
> I'm looking at this list.
> I'm thinking that
> "Prerational" would be the DQ awareness as described by Pirsig, the
> "hot stove" awareness.
> "Arational" is the DQ (prerational) awareness having been subsequently
> evaluated by intellect and a new intellectual pattern being created in
> one person's mind. This word also seems to contain the connotation that
> it is spoken from the point of view of a social judge that approves of
> the new intellectual pattern (or insight).
> "Irrational" would be the DQ (prerational) awareness having been
> subsequently evaluated by intellect and a new intellectual pattern
> being created in one person's mind. This word also seems to contain the
> connotation that it is spoken from the point of view of a social judge
> that DISapproves of the new intellectual pattern (insight).
> If these map at all, "postrational" seems to be of a different type
> entirely, perhaps one in which the "arational" is not simply judged by
> social, but is valued, repeated on the social level, forming a static
> social pattern to latch down the insight of the original DQ event.
> MOQ.ORG - http://www.moq.org
> Mail Archive - http://alt.venus.co.uk/hypermail/moq_discuss/
> MD Queries - firstname.lastname@example.org
> To unsubscribe from moq_discuss follow the instructions at:
MOQ.ORG - http://www.moq.org
Mail Archive - http://alt.venus.co.uk/hypermail/moq_discuss/
MD Queries - email@example.com
To unsubscribe from moq_discuss follow the instructions at:
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b30 : Fri Oct 25 2002 - 16:06:33 BST