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Have there been attempts at modeling 'essential reality'?

Your "essential reality" sounds a lot like observations of the world given the presupposition of phenomenology as emanating from direct realism. It presumes that somehow, we are in direct ...
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Have there been attempts at modeling 'essential reality'?

I developed a personal model for drama as the essence of human reality. Inspired in part by this song Modern Love - David Bowie: https://youtu.be/HivQqTtiHVw God-and-man ... put my trust in God and ...
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Have there been attempts at modeling 'essential reality'?

This was my stab at it, made a few years ago: A Map of Reality. DISCLAIMER: Quoting from the movie, "No one can be told what the Matrix is. You'd have to [piece together your own understanding ...
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Have there been attempts at modeling 'essential reality'?

There are a LOT of different ontologies that philosophers operate under. Each will have a DIFFERENT visual map! Eliminative reductivist materialism, for instance has a very simple map. Non-...
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Have there been attempts at modeling 'essential reality'?

A few observations that might be relevant... Wikipedia has over 60 million articles, so the production of a pictorial equivalent would not be a trivial piece of work. Part of the challenge associated ...
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Questions about mathematical models of the real world

The obvious answer is that numbers are used in mathematical models to represent properties that can be quantified. Take a brick, for example. You cannot quantify a brick, per se. You can quantify the ...
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What is a "sphere model"?

In context, the article is talking about epistemic or evidence logics that are intended to express the relation between belief and evidence. The beliefs that a rational agent may form when presented ...
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Model vs Theory: Meanings reversed in Alfred Tarski vs Julian Jaynes?

The word model has different meanings. According to the online Websters: a usually miniature representation of something a plastic model of the human heart a type or design of product (such as a car) ...
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Question regarding the stipulated 'domain of discourse' for models of first-order sentences

imo it strongly depends on a construction of your domain of discourse. It's like a kid asking: "Mom, did I write all the words on this piece of paper?" - just define "all"!
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Is there a philosophical model of sensations-emotions-thoughts?

It’s a really big topic, so on the bright side, there’s no shortage of further reading materials, but on the downside, I don’t have a quick answer for you. You want to know what the ingredients / ...
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