EP128 Forrest Landry on Immanent Metaphysics: Part 3

Forrest Landry & Jim continue their exploration of Forrest’s Immanent Metaphysics by diving deep into its Incommensuration Theorem (ICT)…

Forrest Landry

Forrest Landry & Jim continue their exploration of metaphysics by diving deep into a theorem that arises from Forrest’s Immanent Metaphysics called Incommensuration Theorem (ICT). They start by defining the key concepts of ICT: symmetry & continuity, domains & their three elements, what it means to know something, measurement & comparison, sameness & difference, content & context, access control limits, time & causality, the principle of identity, and the nature of epistemic processes. Then, using these concepts, they go into what ICT says about possible relationships of continuity & symmetry, everyday & scientific implications of those revealed relationships, quantum interpretations from the view of ICT, and much more.

Forrest Landry is a philosopher, writer, researcher, scientist, engineer, craftsman, and teacher focused on metaphysics, the manner in which software applications, tools, and techniques influence the design and management of very large scale complex systems, and the thriving of all forms of life on this planet. Forrest is also the founder and CEO of Magic Flight, a third-generation master woodworker who found that he had a unique set of skills in large scale software systems design. Which led him to work in the production of several federal classified and unclassified systems, including various FBI investigative projects, TSC, IDW, DARPA, the Library of Congress Congressional Records System, and many others.