Time Hybrids: A New Generic Theory of Reality


Fred Van Oystaeyen, PhD (Author) – Professor, Mathematics, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

Series: World Philosophy
BISAC: PHI013000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/TOTN2173

What if the Big Bang was an exodus of non-existing reality into existence? In this book a theory of the reality is started from the principle that ‘existing takes time’ but in states of the universe there are pre-things in moments, thus non-existing, which realize in strings over specific time intervals as existing phenomena. Causality must be reviewed now and new paradigms for reality follow. The existing and observed universe are discontinuous and “limits” in mathematical models do not correspond to reality. New interpretations in evolution theory and the human condition are being investigated.


Table of Contents



Chapter 1. Introduction

Part I. New Scientific Paradigms

Chapter 2. Time and the Dynamic Geometric Universe

Chapter 3. Pre-Things over States and Transition Correspondences

Chapter 4. The Identity Problem for Existing Things

Chapter 5. The Organic Universe and Chaotic Pre-Interactions

Chapter 6. Places, Mobility, and the Geometry of the Dynamic Universe

Chapter 7. Organic Causality

Chapter 8. Some Connections to Geometry

Chapter 9. Reality Context and Structural Entanglement

Chapter 10. Some Ideas about Actions and Fields

Chapter 11. The Observation Process

Chapter 12. The Learning Process

Chapter 13. The Micro-Process and the Understanding Process

Part II. Organisms and Pseudo-Organisms

Chapter 14. The Universe Creating Content

Chapter 15. Invasive Organisms

Chapter 16. Species and the Mating Game

Chapter 17. Quadruple Evolution

Chapter 18. Evolution Creativity

Chapter 19. Organism Moral, Society and Culture

Chapter 20. The Quest for Meaning

Chapter 21. Meaning of Moral, (Culture, Art, Science) and Language (Context)

Chapter 22. Organic Society Developing Coherence

Chapter 23. Free Will and Wildness

Chapter 24. Time Hybrids

Chapter 25. Summarizing Conclusions




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