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Hypothesis for a Ceptacle Theory


Hypothesis for a Ceptacle Theory

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    Oren Byron Taft
Excerpt from book: Hypothesis for a Ceptacle Theory. PRINCIPLE. Any separate or separable thing, when a Ceptacle, is being the consciously inseparable likeness andjdifference of itself to itself within itself. PROPOSITIONS. Whatever exists, whether of intension or extension, animate or inanimate, as a separate being or thing, or any separable or distinguishable object or subject that is conceived to exist, is a Relationing of itself to itself within itself. This Relationing at a given point is a cohesive, individual, recognizable, de- scribable, conscious Ceptacle, in being its own Identity of itself within itself. In any separate or separable thought, conception or perception, the subject and object thought are in the same Ceptacle, and the Relationing therein is a realization of their one identity as itself to itself within itself. In any Ceptacle the ratio of the relatives to eah other is greater or less than any assignable difference. When in any Ceptacle the nature of the ratio of its relatives in its unassignable difference becomes Conscious Identity, then its Antecedent Unused Capabilities are an inseparable present in such Ceptacle, thereby furnishing to Identity the proof that the Infinite and Absolute is Itself. ARGUMENT. Proposition I. is based upon the assumption that in all effort, without exception, both philosophy and science have failed to abstract or eliminate from any ultimate or unit, whether an idea, a thing or an ideal-thing, so much that the remainder does not contain or cannot be conceived to contain, does not consist of or cannot be conceived to consist of, is not of the nature of or cannot be conceived to be of the nature of a plurality. Mathematics, resorted to for the demonstration of truths, fortifies this proposition of the Universality of t...  
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