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Emotion Zero

In 20th-century abstract mathematics, one builds up ideas and properties—not assuming anything except what one is told. You think 2+3=5? Well in my space that I just made up, e₂⊕e₃ = e₁, and “5” doesn’t even exist! Concepts are added in incrementally, like … Continue reading

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Superposition of Feelings

The act of writing is like the collapse of a quantum waveform. So many things are in your mind, interacting with each other, unsaid. Many truths — some at odds with others — could be spun into a thread. But whatever … Continue reading

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Logic and Emotion are Not Opposites

Despite what the MBTI claims, logical and emotional are not opposites.  You mean to tell me that, because I cried when I watched Brokeback Mountain and Never Let Me Go; because I empathise with a character in a book; because I’m moved … Continue reading

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Not saying I agree with this classification … but consider it a more topologically complex alternative to the ≅ℝ² picture of {positive vs negative affect} ⨯ {high/low energy} used in the “Miller mood map”. I’m not even sure if that’s the correct term for the ≅ℝ² story … Continue reading

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