Sea Shores and Action Potentials
We must always tell what we see. Above all, and this is more difficult, we must always see what we see.
- Charles Péguy (1873-1914)
There are plenty of concepts at work here. Charles Péguy's quote warns of truthful behaviour. For this we turn to biology and what a complicated human ecosystem we are with this ability to lie. Down town or country ethics prevail and the pursuit for truth is perfection and bound by duty. Others have used this meme or predate it's transmission. Isaac Newton admits, "To myself I am only a child playing on the beach, while vast oceans of truth lie undiscovered before me." My very own QFT Horizon Principle (2016, 2020) either tests our Euclidean foundations or a math really good tutor. Other instances include David Hilbert's proud Pythagorean responsion, Harriet Beecher Stowe's, "never give up" sensibilities suite that synonymous struggle that we come to associate with Stowe. Away from the generalist, Mary Shelley advocates for a sharpness of the mind as a possible pathway to mindfulness.
The only trajectory I see is epistemological. For me, the swirl of data around the newly experienced big data paradigm is shifty at best. I suppose this has me picking sides. Will the rise of the technocrat be the fall of man? Such a tragic end to the narrative, forgotten? Perhaps. Let's work on the probable.
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