E-theory, the incentive for my published work, is a proposal for an ontologically neutral fundament. I have started to publish E-theory and meanwhile I want to make a call for an interdisciplinary next step. E-theory, at the present state, ends with the deduction of a composite, the conjunction of ontological atoms. The next step involves forces acting upon composites.
The leading idea is that the conjunction of ontological atoms axiomatically calls for additional hypotheses. Integration 2023 (I23) is an initiative of the independent education and research institute Subrosa KB to gather concerned parties in order to produce and validate an account of ontological conjunction within the scope of E-theory.
2021 – Informal and formal discussions
2022 – Seminar series on E-theory
2023 – An interdisciplinary approach towards the understanding of ontological composites
Given ontological atoms one candidate is the physical photon. The composition question relates to an underlying principle that can account for the relation between light and matter (mass) and to the question if and how the underlying principle do relate to or must relate to gravity.
Purely philosophical it is of interest if an underlying structure, like E-theory, could account for physics. More interesting, however, is the case where there in fact is more than one ontological field. With at least two separate fields the answers to the composition question should be applicable to any ontological field. We can therefore phrase it also like this:
Given ontological atoms one candidate is the conscious sensation. The composition question relates to an underlying principle that can account for the relation between the conscious sensation and the self and to the question if and how the underlying principle do relate to or must relate to love.