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An Enquiry into the Nature of Being

Michael W Moiceanu (MWMoiceanu)

• Preface

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Volume One: Certainty, Awareness, Will, Mind, and Selfhood

• Part I: Foundational Principles

Chapter 1: Demarcating Certainty, Uncertainty, and Doubt

Chapter 2: The Cohort of All Those Concerned

Chapter 3: Validating The Law of Non-contradiction

Part 2: Awareness

Chapter 4: The Reality of the Eidem

Chapter 5: Our Four Modes of Awareness

Chapter 6: Our Three Strata of Awareness as Eidems

Chapter 7: Demarcating Consciousness

Part 3: Causation, Volition, and its Determinants

Chapter 8: Concerning Determinants

Chapter 9: Conceivable Types of Causes

Chapter 10: Three Mutually Exclusive Types of Causal Reality

Chapter 11: Validating Freewill

Chapter 12: Volition’s Basic Determinants, Part I

Chapter 13: Volition’s Basic Determinants, Part II

Chapter 14: Volitional Happiness and Volitional Suffering

Chapter 15: Of Uncertainty and Choice

Part 4: Negating the Logical Possibility of Solipsism

Chapter 16: An Eidem’s Discernment of its Body

Chapter 17: Requirements for Effect Production

Chapter 18: The Impossibility of Being the Sole Eidem in Existence

Part 5: Mind

Chapter 19: An Eidem-Inclusive Bundle Theory of Mind

Chapter 20: Enactive, Inherent, and Disjoined Volitions

Chapter 21: Concerning Thought

Chapter 22: Concerning Memory

Chapter 23: Concerning Forethought

Chapter 24: Concerning Expectations

Chapter 25: Concerning Selfhood

Chapter 26: Concerning Self-Awareness

Chapter 27: Concerning the Animus and the Anima

Chapter 28: Happiness and Suffering Revisited

Volume Two: Forms, Objectivity, Compatibilism, Truth, and Value

Part 8: Form Determinacy

Chapter 29: Formal Interdeterminacy

Chapter 30: Four Jointly Exhaustive Possibilities of Form

Chapter 31: Of Relations between Body and Mind

Part 9: Deriving the Metaphysics of Objectivity

Chapter 32: Concurrences of Eidems

Chapter 33: Four Jointly Exhaustive Types of Reality

Chapter 34: Concerning the Two Types of Objective Reality

Chapter 35: Retroactive Compatibilism

Chapter 36: Progressive Uniformitarianism

Chapter 37: Concerning the Paranatural

Part 10: Concerning Truth and Belief

Chapter 38: Four Truth Types

Chapter 39: Of Trust and Belief

Chapter 40: Enactive, Learned, and Innate Trust

Part 11: Value Theory

Chapter 41: The Identity Preservation Drive

Chapter 42: Deriving What Should be from that Endstate Scenario which Is

Chapter 43: The Selflessness Endstate

Chapter 44: The Supremacy Endstate

Chapter 45: The Stasis Endstate

Chapter 46: The Nonbeing Endstate

Chapter 47: The Null Endstate

Chapter 48: Compound Teloi and Teloi Concessions

Chapter 49: Competition between Teloi

Volume Three: Reasoning, Epistemology, Spacetime, Aesthetics, and Science

Part 12: Reasoning

Chapter 50: Logical Identity, Noncontradiction, and the Excluded Middle

Chapter 51: Of Form and Causal Information

Chapter 52: Of Reasoning and Justification

Chapter 53: Of Pre-Socratic Logos and the Notion of Karma

Chapter 54: Abductions, Inductions, and Deductions

Chapter 55: Of Numbers and Mathematics

Part 13: Epistemology

Chapter 56: Justification

Chapter 57: Knowledge

Chapter 58: Understanding

Part 14: Spacetime

Chapter 59: The Intrasubjective Present Moment

Chapter 60: The Diasubjective Present Moment

Chapter 61: Intra-, Inter-, and Dia-syncretic Spacetime

Part 15: Aesthetics

Chapter 62: Biological Fairness

Chapter 63: Psychological Fairness

Chapter 64: Conceptual Fairness

Part 16: Science

Chapter 65: The Scientific Method

Chapter 66: Natural Selection

Chapter 67: On the Emergence of Life from Nonlife

Chapter 68: Concerning the Beginning and End of the Universe