Reprint of the Boston 1985. 218pp. Charles A. Muses (1919-2000), a figure who wrote articles and books under various pseudonyms (including Mus s, Musaios, Kyril Demys, Arthur Fontaine, Kenneth Demarest and Carl von Balmadis), was the founder of the Lion Path, a shamanistic movement. He held unusual and controversial views relating to mathematics, physics, philosophy, and many other fields.Muses eventually proposed an astrological method called 'chronotopology, ' which he claimed could measure the qualitative multidimensional structure of time.
1 Introduction: System Theory and Chronotopology.- 2 Syntactic Languages: The Symbolic and the Diabolic.- 3 Chronos as a System of Qualitative Resonances: Chronosymbiosis and Computers.- 4 Anima et Themis Mundi: Psyglyphs, the Multilevel Language of Qualitative Time.- 5 Fons et Origo: Some Traditions Uniquely Illuminating the Structure and Meaning of Time Systems.- 6 Social Applications.- Epilogue: The Current Arena and the Birth of a New Era.- References.- About the Author.
Series: Frontiers in Systems Research
Number Of Pages: 219
Published: 31st December 1984
Publisher: SPRINGER VERLAG GMBH
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.45 x 14.55
Weight (kg): 0.42