Kant step in the same river twice

I also take it as granted that every created thing, and consequently the created monad also, is subject to change, and indeed that this change is continual in each one.

- Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716)

Just Build a Bridge and an Empire will Follow — Another planksip Möbius

Just Build a Bridge and an Empire will Follow — Another planksip Möbius

Kant step in the same river twice

Inspired by Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (1646–1716)’s quote, “I also take it as granted that every created thing, and consequently the created monad also, is subject to change, and indeed that this change is continual in each one.”. The titled responsion is…

What is this reference to Kant? Heraclitus is obvious but referring to the Kantian claim of mobility is categorically imperative to ethics of it all, making axiomatic claims of the subjective​ over objective reality is less than ideal but necessary in times of urgency. I would like to extend the categorical imperative to my essence of beauty, beyond dignity to the aesthetics of cellular arrangments and the overall movement towards steady states of homeostasis. The point at which ethics merges with aesthetics makes categories imperative to the language games we play.

Just Build a Bridge and an Empire will Follow — Another planksip Möbius

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