Tagged: XQ

XQ the subjective side of math

XQ is the exploration of maths in terms of the subjective world. It is the other side of mathematics, the human side. XQ establishes mathematics as a minimal language. XQ reflects mathematics as the model of the mind: mathematics is the territory.

The implications are quite, quite breath-taking.

Could XQ contribute a missing link to the development of an artellect, a conscious computer? Could XQ help validate buddhism in the eyes of western scientists, and establish it as a science of the subjective? Could Applied XQ work as a kind of therapy, where appropriate mathematical operations exercise certain mental processes that lead to the correction of a mental aberration? (Definitive proof, perhaps, that maths is good for you..?)