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From: albert j. pinto <alpinto@bellatlantic.net>
Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 00:07:39 -0400
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To: www-p3p-public-comments@w3.org
To: timbl@w3.org
Subject: HTML Programming/Processing/Logic/World Systematization without any
disruption to current paradigms

Mr. Berners-Lee: It may seem odd to hear from a mediaeval philosopher
regarding our new & complex
system of computer analysis that defies even the best minds - never mind a
neophyte like myself.
But I think there is a long-range solution to the ever-expanding logical
gnosis that is developing due
to the exingencies of computer logic in a pluralistic world. For since there
shall be both the future
problems of mathematical chaos (i.e. due to ever weaving sets of
interpentetrating codes) coupled
with the babel-like tendencies of a new and speculative grammar (i.e.
worldwide logical language and
its denotational/connotational problems), I should think that we already
have the means to govern
such infelicities even as we efficiently instress the marvels of computer
technology into the real
world of analogous beings. And since simplicity is, relatively speaking,
always the path to serendipity
(which in the case of a worldwide system woulb be truly miraculous), why
should we reinvent logical
wheels that already revolve within the conscious scientia and subconscious
tendencies of mankind?

For just as the numbers 1-9 (ad infinitum potenter) are an established
reality, and just as the Ten
Commandments are likewise instressed with the orders of morality, man,
specultive grammar and
nature, so it is similarly felicitous that the logical & physical categories
of analougous being and
comprehension are also tenfold in nature. I am not referring simplistically
to Aristotle's Categories:
but to the 2500 years of categorical complicity which have formed the way
human scientists and
artificial agencies mutually compute in a relative simplicity that is proven
"de facto" (even as we
speak)! But wheresoever we find splendid differences of a specific nature,
or generic gateways of
order and prudence, there we shall ever meet upon the pristine properties of
genius and the common
accidents of our progressive humanity. Moreover, I will state without
hesitation that the Categories
are both functional and topical to the "nth degree" (while never doing
violence to the hierarchy or
analogue of being that metaphysically presents itself to futuristic minds
with omnipresent logic).

I mean ofcourse to say that anything whatsoever, insofar as it transcends
the common capacity of
the predicables or logical categories - whether such transcends in a logical
way or divine mode - yet
maintains some sort of analogous foothold within the epistemology of these
timetested categories.
As such, you may have metaphysically certain and absolute proof that the
predicables and logic
categories of real substance (whether properly or accidently understood)
will always offer a sound
and unrestrained environment for both artificial intelligience and scientia
naturalis: and with a most
noble regiment for philosophy at large and theology too. Behold an epiphany
of logic that captures the
intelligent eye like a heavenly hyperlink shrouded in hues of heuristic
blue: aether fields of analogous
intelligence written large with the timeless texts of sanity, unity, and
love. Such are the Categories
of the Logos, properly understood. Misunderstood, these same categories
still carry an undercurrent
of deterministic force that is not easily denied: unless perchance one has a
perverse relationship in
the order of chaos, per se. If such is the case, then still be assured that
analogous order and logical
wisdom will yet overcome the chaos as "being" itself continually overcomes
its own privations simply
by the fact that existence overcomes nothingness. For just as evil, whether
moral or metaphysical,
cannot exist except that it relate as a privation of the good (something
which, being good, does "Per
Se Exist" - or by "The Good One" is caused to exist), so too the only way
that chaos can persist is by
its own relational (and not-for-existing) quality: namely, to interact with
logical truth and analogous
beings only insofar as these truths and beings are disordered in their own
hierachies of purpose and
repose. Thus, the logical categories and predicables for all programming -
the kind that precedes and
supercedes all artificial technologies - are the only proper, fitting and
sure instruments for a mature
and logically purposeful world. And this ofcourse, when perfected, directs
all functions to a pristine,
pacifying  state of essential existence: and away from that quasi-peace (or
"Pax Romana") which will
always dissipate into degenerate forms of chaos and violence. For it is
right that imperfection should
rebel against any form of forced perpetuity, even alas here on earth!

Finally, I am aware that the world of technology has already matured beyond
your circle's control. I am equally sure that this state of affairs pleases
your circle precisely because it is the glory of man
to pursue his own intellect and will (hopefully for the praise and adoration
and glory of Almighty God).
But it is precisely at this juncture that modern thinkers, namely your
circle of philosophers and real
technicians, should subject themselves somewhat to the overarching tutelage
of Masters and Saints
and Holy Docotrs from the past. For only a circle of jesters or sorcerers
would recoil from wisdom's
worldwide wheel of wonder. And save God and Jesus Christ himself, no one is
capable of grasping it
all - not even the highest hierarchies of Angels or Demons. But it is for
the glory of manking that a
man has existed here on earth - a man who, while being a miracle that's for
sure, was yet always a
scientist-philosopher and most human theologian. Living as he did at the
dawn of the 13th century,
he is marvelously centered between heaven and earth, between ancient and
futurist, between man
and machine (Yes, they did have certain prototypes even in the 13th
century). And since he was the
only man in the history of learning to have commented on every major
discipline of philosophy and
science, including the totality of old and new logic, he is the Universal
Doctor par excellence for any
experiment in the proper interpretation of world systems. At a time when
ancient subjectivity was
just beginning to part paths with ratiocinative objectivity - such that the
first major chasm of world
wisdom ruptured between the east and the west - Albert the Great was there
to make notes on it
all. He is said to have been the last man who knew everything... If your
high level of influence is now
flowing as they say for "optimal results" in the order of world engineering,
then I strongly advise you
to open a portal for influential discussion around the person and corpus of
Albertus Magnus. You may
catch a glimpse of our work at AlbertTheGreat.Com (quite an infantile
website in technologic terms).
But the Opera Omnia itself, still untranslated in latin, will revolutionize
world thought for the Third
Millenium. Perhaps you can speed it all up a bit with a wider forum in  W3's
Consortium...We would be
categorically grateful for your analogous support!
Scholastically yours, Albert J. Pinto - Opus Doctorum Foundation
Received on Wednesday, 12 April 2000 00:08:01 GMT

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