Announcement: Chris Langan has published a new paper, "An Introduction to Mathematical Metaphysics", in the journal Cosmos and History.


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"Paul F. Kisak I have read the term "Noeon" as coined and described by you. I like it. Could you go beyond the definition of ' a quantum of knowledge' and give an example of a noeon that both denotes and connotes the heart of its 'mission'. Specifically, is it your desire that a 'noeon' occupy a fundamentally reductionist role in the scheme of epistemology?

Chris Langan Essentially, "noeon" is a synonym for something called a "syntactic operator". A syntactic operator is the fundamental entity in SCSPL (self-configuring self-processing language). It can also be described as "a quantum of infocognition" or self-transducing information. Since the CTMU is an infocognitive monism, a "noeon" is a fundamental construct."[1]