The Beginning of Everything

April 3, 2010 at 5:55 pm (Fróðleikr, Skrifa) (, , , , , , , )

A treatise on the topic of the beginning of the universe: why time and matter exist.

In this paper I do not assume my interpretation of Kantian epistemology: i.e. that three dimensions and Euclidian geometry are a conceptual necessity of our minds and therefore a perceptual belief that entails non-Euclidian geometry or dimensional values greater than three is unsupportable.

However, this omission primarily affects a footnote on page 8, and is therefore not of paramount importance to the thesis of the paper.

I am entirely indebted to a certain professor of metaphysics and of Wittgenstein for the sprouts that grew into this paper.

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