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le congetture di Arlecchino. .(corpus▲habitus of greatest slope)

 

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Outlining a Theory of General Creativity . .

. . on a 'Pataphysical projectory

 

Entropy ≥ Memory ● Creativity ²

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Study of the day:

 

Par habitus de la Monade, j’entends ce qui résulte de la trans-in-formation de son milieu extérieur, que cette trans-in-formation soit déterminée par l’exercice de sa propre puissance exo-hylétique, ou par l’exercice de la puissance des autres Monades impliquées dans cette trans-in-formation.

 

L’habitus de la Monade est en substance un sous-ensemble de son milieu extérieur. Pour elle, et elle seule, il constitue l’essence de son milieu extérieur.

 

Par corpus de la monade, j’entends ce qui résulte de la trans-in-formation homéostasique de son milieu intérieur, que cette trans-in-formation soit déterminée par l’exercice de sa propre puissance (endo-hylétique, perceptive, affective et cognitive), ou par l’exercice de la puissance (exo-hylétique) des monades de son milieu extérieur, avec lesquelles elle s’individue ou non.

 

L’habitus et le corpus de la Monade se distinguent en ce que son habitus est co-production exo-hylétique d’un multiple instable là où son corpus est production endo-hylétique d’une unité consistante (ie perdurAnce de la monade).

 

( jef safi - Monadologie, corpus Δ habitus )

  

By habitus of the monad, I mean what results from the trans-in-formation of its exterior milieu, whether this trans-in-formation is determined by the exercise of its own hyletic power, or by the exercise of the hyletic power of the other monads involved in this trans-in-formation.

 

By corpus of the monad, I mean what results from the trans-in-formation of its homeostasic interior milieu, as well as this trans-in-formation is determined by the exercise of its own power (hyletic, perceptive, affective and/or cognitive), or by the exercise of the hyletic power of the other monads of its exterior milieu ; monads with which it individuates itself or not.

 

The hyletic power of the monad is not reducible to a dichotomy between an endo-hyletic power and an exo-hyletic power. Any exercise of the hyletic power of the monad is always both endo-hyletic and exo-hyletic, but only in varying proportions depending on the overall trans-in-formation of the habitus (which includes all involved corpus). The habitus is more than the prosthetic extension of the corpus, it constitutes the tiertiary retention of the long-term memory (hyletic, perceptive, affective and/or cognitive) of all the involved monads ; it constitutes at large the hypomnemata of all the involved monads.

 

The habitus and the corpus of the monad only differ by their respective entropic flows, their respective perdurAnces. The habitus flows as a permanent entropic co-production of an unstable multiple, whe(re)n the corpus flows as a precarius (neg)entropic auto-production of a consistent unit.

 

Thus I form here the dialemma corpus Δ habitus (Δ ≡ and/or) to enunciate the reliAnce of the lemmas corpus and habitus, whe(re)n used separately, they wrongly ratify their disjunction opposing each one as external to each other.

 

( Jef safi - Monadology, corpus Δ habitus )

 

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rectO-persO | E ≥ m.C² | co~errAnce | TiLt

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