I honestly can't say I know what Rod is on about. To me it just looks like a bunch of concepts clumped together with nothing really profound being said. Maybe I'm not reading carefully enough. It also appears Being is "agreeing" with Rod for little more reason than to spite those that he disagrees with.
Pardon my intervention, Being:
1-5. Looks fine, though I would hesitate to use the word 'container'.Beingof1 wrote:1. All things are finite as they are clearly identified by what they are *not* (~).
2. All things have a boundary or limit.
3. All things are contained by what they are *not* (~).
4. All things can be measured by empirical or conceptual means.
5. The Container of all things is beyond measurement as there is not a correlate.
6. All things are contained by an infinite set.
7. An Infinite set is beyond all limits, boundaries and measurement.
8. There can only be one infinity else it is limited by what it is not.
9. All things contained by the infinite are caused by the infinite.
10.All things contained in the infinite are in motion through cause and effect.
11.There is an infinite amount of energy propelling all things.
12.All possible worlds are true.
6-7. Why not just call it "the Infinite"? There is only one which all are a part of. Calling it an "infinite set" is a bit of an oxymoron.
8-10. Right on.
11. There's no such thing as an "infinite amount" because it would be impossible to quantify.
12. Also impossible to quantify.
I have no idea how you get this out of the above.The end result is all worlds are perceived by consciousness - a metaphysical answer