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Pattern-Oriented Philosophy (Part 1)

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

POP (Pattern-Oriented Philosophy) grew out of Memoidealism, the philosophy of Memory as the First Principle, The Primary Element and The Foundation of Universe. It is not only a kind of philosophy (in a worldview sense), but also a meta-philosophy that can be applied to itself and other philosophies. It is about patterns as structures in Memory. These patterns are both objective and subjective because minds and their memories are also structures in Memory. POP takes Memory from Memoidealism as the ultimate background but introduces WoW (World-on-World) as a shared memory of humanity.

Pattern-Oriented Philosophy

In further articles, we will elaborate on different aspects of POP and its relationship to various philosophical questions.

- Dmitry Vostokov - Memoriarch @ -