Book I
Evolutionary Process
Human Evolution and Nature

Book II
Government and Economics
Nature and Evolutionary Aspects

Book III
Evolutionary Aspects
Linguistics, Language and Forensics

Introduction
Godel's Proof and The Human Condition

It is the nature of matter that it has 'properties', and of various of those properties that 'some matter coalesce in some way as to manifest an evolving, registering system' -eventually 'evolving deliberation' for example, of 'the nature of matter'. This, roughly and no more, is the beginning phenomenology investing 'the nature and constitution of human-being', and either we subscribe such characterization -phenomenology and human-being, to the exclusion of any other or we subscribe, arbitrarily, any other to the confusion of knowledge.


Kernel Properties of The Hominid Organism

[This essay is directed to the identification of the 'phenomenological kernels' that account for the mental and physical constitution of 'the human phenomenon and things human' -the etiology of 'the human condition' therein. Necessarily then, they consolidate various characterizations of 'human properties' and bridge some of that soft-science theorization into the 'phenomenology of human-being' as -critically, yet to be commonly and properly understood and accommodated into 'meliorating' that condition.]


The System of Human Experience

Human experience is superficially partitionable into two 'substance' domains: phenomenological -more or less consistently and unambiguously relatable to the physical world or so developed from such observation, and noumenal -of 'ideations, meanings, significances or implications' circumstantially attaching the latter but relatively lacking consistency and non-ambiguity. -It is experience come thru 'the nature of evolution to operate to the supercession of some one agency of mutating genetic matter by another better suited for some particular econiche', in the case of man, to have had, further, a 'coalescing cerebration' evolve into a deliberative capability eventually 'discovering' -out of ignorance, the phenomenology of his space.


The 'Black Box' Nature and Course of Human Existence

It is 'the fate of this organism' (consequence of deliberative capability) that the more that it learns about the nature of its being and the effect of that being upon its configuration space as an evolving life-form unique to it, the more 'driven' it is to understand that being and affect; inherently then, the more it learns about its uncorrupted configuration space, the more deliberatively it 'husbands the uncorrupted' for further discovery -the inevitability, therefore, of eventually least population of least resource/environment corruption. The overwhelming importance of this human property is that it clearly (if only eventually) subordinates 'best mental and physical well-being' to 'life-form most knowledgeable being' (-a profound repudiation, it should be noticed, of "American free-enterprise, capitalist democracy and the right to make as much money as you can and spend it any way you choose -as long as there's no law against it").


The Base-Domain of Human Requirements

There is a 'nature and course of human evolution'. There is also then, a 'base domain of human requirements' that is fundamental to optimizing the role of the individual in what is 'the course of an aristocratizing human-organism-whole'.


On Scientific Integrity in These Essays
On 'Relationals', as Example


The scientific integrity of material in these essays is of axiomatic importance to their development and understanding. Intended to offset any reader's doubt in this respect, developed here is the biology underlying one of the more important concepts -the idea of relationals; following that are excerpts from various essays in which the roles and importance of relationals are discussed in one way or another.

The Nature and Course of Human Evolution
as The Basis of Economic Policy


All government and economic policy today has come into existence out of pecking-order and beliefs more or less circumstantially evolved out of primitive learning and neonate ignorance -beliefs effectively 'traditional' now. This 'warm-blooded animal property' however -pecking-order, is destined to have only vestigial influence in 'the ultimate course of human progression' -and those beliefs, too, are destined to be superceded by the 'phenomenology of the configuration space'. -In time, consequently, the 'nature' and structure of government and economy will be significantly different from what it is today.

Part 1 - Introduction
Part 2 - Evolutionary Framework Factors
Part 3 - Evolving Society's Issues and Variables-
-A Function of Language and Words

Whatever the 'nature' of human life may be opined to be, it is out of what it is at any particular moment that genetic imperative impels 'a certain destiny of evolution and progression'. It behooves us, consequently, to understand 'the human phenomenon' better than we do thru essentially prosaic soft-science, thus 'deliberative capability and its investment of the configuration space' informs us, for example, that this econiche/earth can sustain only so much 'humanity' -that, further, 'a vestigialization of pecking-order and noumenal beliefs is inevitable' -implicit therefore, a reconstitution of 'government and economy' as we know it today.


Part 4 - Heuristic Government and Economic Policy

'Feeding the world's poor' does not address the consequences of population growth exceeding that capability and the affects of such attempts upon the ecological dynamics of the whole -that such 'good intention' may be 'emotional' and have no 'life-form merit' -no justification at all. The general situation regarding the 'foreseeable' future of man on the planet -'viability, well-being, 2005-forward'- is that because it is 'a world democracy of ignorantly autonomous peoples and nations in primarily still-diasporative mode of econiche/earth invasion', there is a certainty of at least continuing, widespread and very likely increasing poverty, disease and warfare resulting from continuing, widespread and irrecoverable resource/environment degradation thru at least 2040-50. What is not foreseeable is the degree to which that situation may be 'meliorated' by how scientists evolving intellectually during that period may come to impose the 'dirigiste heurism' of government that is inevitable in any case.


Human Nature and Continuing Human Existence
The Inevitabilities of Human
Deliberative Capability

... Economics has evolved out of fundamentally natural mechanisms of human diasporation and eventual trade. For the greater part of history, these mechanisms were more or less satisfactory in the sense that it was not intellectually yet possible to foresee problematic consequences arising from underlying physiological dynamics. Economics and economic theory, in this respect, have evolved as less concerned with such consequences than with 'invisible hand's, 'economic growth' and abstract market properties more or less 'ignorantly conjured into existence and importance'.
Critically missing in this then is any reference to man's expressly physiological nature -and to that aforementioned 'deliberative capability' in particular -to the inevitability, in other words, of his increasingly deliberated and 'scientifically meliorated' influence on what is a closed-earth system in favor of 'life-form best longevity'.
There is a 'mantra' to this, and it is-
'least population -of least resource/environment corruption'.

'Democracy -The Best Form of Government'
Why It Isn't -and Where It's Going


1 - 'Democracy is an artifact of (thus-far) intellectual development' -a fact of biological and anthropological sciences.
2 - Genetic imperative drives the life-form to 'live as long as possible as a life-form' -human in particular here -a same such fact.
3 - Science (and mathematics), therefore, is ineluctably 'stuck' as the only agency of such doing -destined therein.
4 - All 'government and economics', then, will inevitably come to be reconstituted about science-and-mathematics toward that heuristic end -Democracy included.
Roget's Thesaurus and
'The System of Human Experience'


'Human experience' is identifiable as 'constituting a system' in that there is in all languages and all aspects of 'the human phenomenon and things human', an unambiguous and consistent axiomatics of symbol/variables and rules for their operation' regarding the nature of matter, atoms and their properties et cetera. Also clearly developable then is not only one's physical being but also all ideatable consequence of that being including the statistical qualification inherent his 'intrinsically ignorant investment of ... the configuration space'. If there is a problem in this understanding, it is only that also inherent this 'system of incomplete axiom-set' (see Godel's Proof ...) is the ability (evolved) to 'ask questions that cannot be answered' -where the language symbol/variables and substance of that 'statement and observation' are identifiable in the strictly logical framework of this note. -The purpose of this note then, is to identify one such system among most certainly many.


Organizational Aspects of
'The Human Phenomenon and Things Human'


It is the nature of matter that it has 'properties', and of various of those properties that 'some matter coalesce in some way as to manifest an evolving, registering system' -eventually 'evolving deliberation' for example, of 'the nature of matter'. This, roughly and no more, is the beginning phenomenology investing 'the nature and constitution of human-being', and either we subscribe such characterization -phenomenology and human-being, to the exclusion of any other or we subscribe, arbitrarily, any other to the confusion of knowledge.


The Matter of Forensic Integrity

Much of 'human affairs' is predicated on beliefs evolved out of 'primitive situations of consequently de_facto ignorance' -'natural rights' as 'self-evident' for example, and therefore an eventual 'knowing right from wrong and good from evil'. -But the fact is that any 'right' either has 'forensic integrity' or it is not 'right' at all.


Garbage In, Garbage Out

[INTRODUCTION TO LATIMES ARTICLE]
January 21, 2005
Wednesday's latimes carried excerpts of the exchange between California Senator Barbara Boxer and Bush's Secretary of State appointee Condoleezza Rice at the latter's appearance before the Senate. That exchange is typical of communication problems inherent the nature of language and communication in general (so far) and invests virtually all communication today (scientific or mathematical excepted). There are, in this respect, a number of distinct language and communication properties that can and do contribute to these problems among which, for example, are (a) the use of words of 'soft' definition -'freedom' among others here, (b) communication style: accusation, assertion, conjecture and 'pronouncement' (except as 'properly couched'), and (c) 'adversarial method' itself as opposed to 'objective (heuristic) inquiry'. While this may not seem important to some people, the simple fact is that it IS the material of language and the mechanism of communication (ignorance underlying both) that keeps 'the human condition' what it is -it is not enough to say "You know what I mean".


Godel's Proof and The Human Condition

QUESTION
What does Godel's Proof have to do with the human condition?
ANSWER
Godel's Proof has nothing to do with the human condition -except, and that, in an intellectual sense- it does account for its existence -as a consequence of ignorantly created and circumstantially continuing, ambiguous language and the unpredictability of what we have yet to discover.

Book I - Evolutionary Process -Human Evolution and Nature
Introduction
Kernel Properties of The Hominid Organism
The System of Human Experience
The 'Black Box' Nature and Course of Human Existence
The Base-Domain of Human Requirements
On Scientific Integrity in These Essays - On 'Relationals', as Example
Book II - Government and Economics -Nature and Evolutionary Aspects
The Nature and Course of Human Evolution as The Basis of Economic Policy
Part 1 - Introduction
Part 2 - Evolutionary Framework Factors
Part 3 - Evolving Society's Issues and Variables
Part 4 - Heuristic Government and Economic Policy
Human Nature and Continuing Human Existence
'Democracy -The Best Form of Government' -Why It Isn't -and Where It's Going
Book III - Evolutionary Aspects -Linguistics, Language and Forensics
Roget's Thesaurus and 'The System of Human Experience'
Organizational Aspects of 'The Human Phenomenon and Things Human'
The Matter of Forensic Integrity
Garbage In, Garbage Out
Godel's Proof and The Human Condition