Epistemologically Different Worlds (EDWs)
The hyperverse is an abstract notion, ontologically-epistemologically speaking, and it represents the sum of all EDWs. Ontologically, independently of our existence/observation, the entities of a particular EW do not exist for those in another EW. Epistemologically, using no more than one set of conditions of observation, human beings are unable to observe (indirectly, through correspondence) entities from more than one EW at any one moment; this is due to the nature of attention/consciousness, which is a serial process.
KeywordsInfinite Chain Abstract Notion Constitutive Principle Temporal Framework Parallel Universe
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