Archive for June, 2016

Notes on Memoidealism (1.17)

Wednesday, June 29th, 2016

Intuition is an attentive perception of metaphysical Memory as the foundation of Universe (after Bergson’s intuition as “perception of metaphysical reality”).

The experiment is a question put to memory (after Charles Sanders Pierce and Julius Adolph Stöckhardt).

pHilosophy is a pointer to a thread of wisdom. Hilo: a thin veil of ore. Origin: Spanish = thread, from Latin filum (from Shorter Oxford English Dictionary).

The question of Memory comes from the primordial and falls back to it.

Memory as the efficient cause. In addition to its material cause (everything is made from Memory), we can also say that everything started from Memory. See also the final cause: “The purpose of everything is to come back to Memory” (Volume 8A, page 91).

Philosophy is about memories, people’s memories (from bugtations).

Transcendental Memory Principle of Memoidealism (Volume 3, page 303) is independent of any religious belief. Although in Memorianity (Memory Religion) Memory is both Absolute and Infinite.

Each DA+TA (Dump Artifact + Trace Artifact) pattern is a pOEM (a pointer to Originally Executed Memory). According to Alain Badiou, a poem is a true art, an event of thought, a trace of the event, and an interruption of language. We say a pOEM is a true art(ifact), an event of memory execution, interruption of execution.

Nature is a part of Memory.

- Dmitry Vostokov - Memoriarch @ -

Worst Simulation World Hypothesis

Sunday, June 5th, 2016

There is a lot of talks nowadays about our world as a computational simulation based on hints from recent advances in computation and virtualization. However, we know that computations are involved in all sorts of abnormal computational behaviour including such as crashes, hangs, resource leaks and spikes. So our experience should suggest that the simulated world is probably not the best and most likely one of the worst of all possible worlds. For example, we may live in a universe undergoing memory dump formation after a runaway computation (from Memory Dump Analysis Anthology, Volume 4, page 271).

- Dmitry Vostokov - Memoriarch @ -

On Lives, Narratives, and Memory

Friday, June 3rd, 2016

While reading the critique of life as a story idea I recalled that memory is the foundation in Memoidealism, the narrative is an ordered sequence of fragments in memory, and universal memory dumps are snapshots of observables. Then I asked a question:

Can a life be not a narrative but an aggregation of memory dumps with embedded memory fragments of narrative traces?

- Dmitry Vostokov - Memoriarch @ -