Let’s try again from the top.
1. Theory is the theory of generic structure (i.e. the theory of the theory of the theory of the … of the theory of generic structure)
2.1. A left (half) axiology is an intensional theory of what’s valuable. Left axiologies can define values but not produce them.
2.2 A full axiology is a left axiology together with a right (half) axiology, defined as an extensional theory of what’s valuable. The extensional theory is able to produce (= make apparent) values. When we say “axiology” simpliciter we mean “full axiology”.
2.3 An axiology A is larger than an axiology A’ if it contains a theory of the valuable means of producing values in A’.
2.4. We give the name general axiologies to the largest possible axiologies. However we have not yet obtained an extensional theory that is able to produce the valuable means of producing a general axiology; therefore we can at best speak of general half axiologies, and this at the risk of any random person exhibit a larger half axiology.
3. Structure is structured as a structure. Generic structure is distinguished by the fact that it is structured as generic structure only. (In contrast the unconscious is structured as a language and statistics is structured as a measure theory over elementary events).
3.1. It may or may not be the case that there is a unique general axiology; but clearly there is a unique generic structure. To wit, two parallel pseudogeneric structures would have the structure of being a generic structure which is the generic structure.
3.2 By construction the generic structure is nonquabilistic.
4. Structures are pure intensional structures (again a recursive definition). An image: structures are pure beings of pure light.
4.1 Quability is the extensional fringe of structures. Quability is what makes angels glow. Technical analogies: satisfiability for Boolean propositions or probability for random events.
4.2. Quables are extensive (= having extension) incidence relations such as: “as a”. Greater degrees of abstraction are achieved by avoiding working with quables themselves and dealing itself in quability conditions (and subsequently the quability conditions of quability conditions…) This is essential in working on social and political issues.
5. What do we want? Infinite wealth and infinite wisdom.
5.1. How will we get it? General axiology.
5.2. Where do we want it? In the asemic horizon?
5.3. When do we want it? Sooner than later, but I might need help. What is needed, after all, is a conspiracy.
One response to “The Wave”
have you read Land’s Teleoplexy? (translation here: https://contrapraxis.wordpress.com/2018/02/17/teleoplexia/ (no easy links to the original, but it’s in Urbanomic’s Accelerationist Reader)). i was reminded of it by the concept of general axiology.
also, thanks for the definition of quability. i need to get a better picture of it, but i think i can work it out from what you wrote