Quantonics' "Understanding the logos enables
judgment." 
Means: New~Revised View Original Bases of Judgment 

of Judgment 

QTMs 
U A N T U M N T E L L E C T U A L U R I O S I T Y 
Valuation 
CTMs 
CTMs 

Emergent Good 
Above Dynamic Good  ·Physial
novel emerscenture ·Requires emerscent linguistics for pragmathinking ·Requires acceptance of quantum evolution as real 

Viewed (demoted by MoQ) as a subset of DQ phenomena  Does not 'exist;' dialectically modeled as analytic, heterogeneous synthetic transformation  Does not 'exist;' dialectically modeled as analytic, homogeneous synthetic transformation  
Dynamic Good  Above Static Good 
·Physial
absolute quantum
flux; see QTMs ·Requires quantum linguistics for evolute thinking; see QELR ·AKA "quantum simplicity" 

Does not 'exist;' dialectically modeled as heterogeneous analytic (stoppable) motion  Does not 'exist;' dialectically modeled as homogeneous analytic (stoppable) motion  
Static Good  Above Likelihood  ·Physial
uncertain quantum recursive persistency born of and mediated
by Dynamic Good ·We call these quantum recursive persistencies "quantons" ·Quantons are stindyanic, EIMA both static and dynamic sorsos ·Static Good is above Likelihood since it is nature's quantum~vestal judgment; we and nature together are in quantum processings of ch^{3}ing better nextings 
·SQ SPoVs act in agency
of DQ 
Demoted by CTMs as a dialectical subset of Heterogeneous Truth  Demoted by CTMs as a dialectical subset of Homogeneous Truth  
Above Plausibility  ·a priori
(n¤n
classical:
quantum ¤mni prih¤hrai)
·quantum processings of looking at nextings given qualitative nowings ·quantum processings of looking at expected, anticipated nextings given qualitative nowings ·QLOings ·expectation of quantum plausibility omnistributionings ·ensemble nowings coobsfecting ensembling expectationings ch^{3}ing whatings happenings nextings ·wave~emerqancings of ensemblings' nextings 
Pirsig did not discuss 'likelihood' as an evolute of probability and plausibility in his SODV paper.  Does not 'exist' classically since relative classical dialectical 'logic' is heterogeneous yet always looking at relative historical facts to obtain local (relative) decidability.  Does not 'exist' classically since classical dialectical 'logic' is homogeneous and always looking at historical facts to obtain decidability.  
Plausibility 
Above Probability  ·a
iamai (n¤n classical: quantum ¤mni ihamaih)
·quantum processings of looking at both pastings and nowings given qualitative nowings ·evokings of quantum uncertainty given direct experiencings of nowings ·ensemble nowings coobsfecting ensembling nowings ch^{3}ing whatings happenings nextings ·wave~emerqancings of ensemblings' nowings 
Pirsig hints at this via his "many, unlimited hypotheses," "many truths," "many contexts," "Lila has Quality permits inferences of Quality has Lila," "All perspectives are partially right, i.e., 'all schools are right,'" "Mind is in Body and Body is in Mind," etc. Spend some timings studying quantum~memes and ~memeos of quantum~partiality: crucial to Bases of Judgment as enthymemeticity (classically referred as 'partial logic' which Aristotle, et al., claimed 'false.'). HotMeme™ In quantum~reality, all is partial. HotMeme™. All stochastics are only partial! Why? An evolving reality is always partially what it will be. An evolving reality is always uncertain about its own becoming. An evolving reality is indeterminate. An evolving reality cann¤t be dialectical! An evolving reality cann¤t become dialectical! Again, we remind our students of Paul Pietsch's words in his fabulous Shufflebrain, words slightly reordered for our use here, "The principal feature of intelligence is indeterminacy." For more on this essential quantum topic, see Doug's QELR of thought. Doug  20Mar2008. 
Depends upon relativistic ensembles; yet offers first CR hints of genuine quantum uncertainty.  SOMites who use 'plausibility' aren't truepers. We see a glimmer of SOM denying its own fundamentals.  
Probability 
Above Provability  ·a posteriori
(n¤n
classical:
quantum ¤mni
p¤stærih¤raih)
·quantum processings of looking at pastings given qualitative nowings ·ensemble nowings coobsfecting historical ensemblings to predict (actually, we should say "select" here) a probability distribution of what will happen next. ·What is Wrong with Probability as Value? ·wave~emerqancings of ensemblings' pastings 
Pirsig said in his SODV paper, "Probability is Value."  Exists in relative classical dialectical 'logic' since relativity admits heterogeneous ensembles which may be used to assess probability. 
Does not 'exist' classically since classical dialectical 'logic' is homogeneous and thus no single event can be probabilistically predicted. Probability requires an ensemble of nonunique events, and classical theory denies any heterogeneity in classical reality. See cause. 

Provability 
Above Truth  ·Absoluteness
as quantum uncertainty ·Heterogeneous con(m)texts eliminate paradice ·Solomon Feferman says that Gödel "realized that analogous nonparadoxical arguments could be carried out by substituting the notion of provability for that of truth."^{1} ·wave~emerqancings of ensemblings' comtextings 
Pirsig apparently knew little of Gödel  Nonconceptual notion in CTMs (i.e., as distinguishable from a dialectic notion of ideal EOOO true  false)  Nonconceptual notion in CTMs (i.e., as distinguishable from a dialectic notion of ideal EOOO true  false)  
Quantum Judgment Classical Judgment 

QTMs 
L A S S I C A L I A L E C T I C A L N T E L L I G E N C E U O T I E N T 
Valuation 
CTMs 
CTMs 

Truth  Above Proof  ·Hermeneutic
subset of Static Good ·Requires quantumists to adhere rhetoric and pragmalogic AKA coquecigrues 
·Heterogeneous
cowithinitness ·Many Truths AKA in Latin, "omniplex veritas" ·Viewed (subsumed) by MoQ as a DQagent subset of SQ 
·Heterogeneous
relatively absolute predicate logic delusions ·Polylogical dialectic 
·Homogeneous
absolute predicate logic
delusion ·Monological dialectic ·E.g., both Christianity and Islam believe that morality and ethics may be adjudged dialectically; that's how they absolutely decide who 'the infidels' are — that is pure unadulterated fascism! 

Proof  Above Falsifiability  ·Descriptioningsquantons(theory_{i},theory_complements_{j})^{2} ·Requires quantum animate, heterogeneous, EIMA rhetoric in place of classical stable, homogeneous, EEMD dialectic ·Replaces classical dialectical EOOO fascism with quantum rhetorical BAWAM sophism 
·Any notion
of ideal proof is nonabsolute; dialectic is deeply flawed and
weak ·MoQ claims dialectic is a subset of [quantum] rhetoric ·Viewed (subsumed) by MoQ as a DQagent subset of SQ 
·Relative classical delusion of locally absolute truth based upon an assumption that SOM proof is valid  Provisional classical delusion of a capability to assess absolute truth using a classical notion of proof based upon absolute dialectical falsifiability which depends upon ideal dialectical 'contradiction' based upon dialectically ideal formal and objective oppositionalnegation  
Falsifiability 
Above Contradiction  ·Only quantum umcærtainty may bæ established, ihn genæral.  ·Pirsig does not say this explicitly, but one may infer that ideal classical falsifiability is impossible without an assumption of ideal classical contradiction.  ·Relative classical delusion of locally absolute truth based upon an assumption that SOM falsifiability is valid  ·Classical delusion that 'scientific' falsifiability may be established based upon ideal classical contradiction.  
Contradiction 
Above Negation 
·Only ænsehmble
quantum ihnterrelati¤nships ¤f ænsehmble
quantum c¤mplæmænts may bæ
ømniht¤red
as
anihmatæ EIMA quantum
pr¤cessings. ·Ænsehmble quantum ihnterrelati¤nship m¤niht¤ring is, ihn Quantonics, what wæ mæan whæn wæ sahy, "quantum ¤mniht¤rmænt." Quantum ¤mniht¤rmænt ihnv¤lves what wæ cahll "straddling" since quantum ¤mniht¤rmænt ihnnatæly taps n¤nahctualihty AKA VES.  Compare cancellation.  Consider complementation.  Fathom antinomialism. 
·Pirsig does not say this explicitly, but one may infer that ideal classical contradiction is impossible without an assumption of ideal classical oppositionalnegation.  ·Relative classical delusion of locally absolute truth based upon an assumption that SOM contradiction is valid  ·Classical delusion that logical contradiction may be established based upon ideal classical oppositionalnegation.  
Negation 
Above Lisrability 
·Quantum
nægati¤n issi c¤mplæmæntary amd
thuhs
sub_{q}jæctihvæ,
rhet¤rihcal, amd s¤phist.
Why? Quantons aræ
ænsehmble
EIMA pærpætuahlly
ch^{3}ing
pr¤cæssings.
·Quantum nægati¤n's c¤mplæmæntarihty issi pærhaps bæst exhibihted via mæmæs amd mæmæos ¤f quantum~wavæ p¤sihtihvæ ænærgy cancællati¤n. ·See our QELR of oppositionalnegation. 
·Viewed
classically, this notion of ideal oppositionalnegation
based upon ideal lisrability
and ideal stability is what Pirsig calls "SOM's genetic
defect in reason itself." ·MoQ sutures SOM's knife cut defect in classicism's "Church of Reason." 
·Relative classical delusion of locally absolute (i.e., relative) truth based upon an assumption that SOM oppositionalnegation is valid 
·Classical delusion that oppositionalnegation is 'objective.' Classical objectivity depends upon two more fundamental delusions:


Lisrability  Above Stability 
·Quantons ihn
quantum ræhlihty
aræ
n¤nlisrable
amd ¤nly apparæntly lisrable. ·Quantons ihn quantum ræhlihty have arbihtrary spathial, tehmp¤ral, ænærgy~matærial, gravihtati¤nal, sæns¤rial, etc. pr¤babilihty ¤mnistrihbuti¤ns. ·Quantons ihn quantum ræhlihty have anihmatæ EIMA ihnterrelati¤nships which pærhaps may bæst bæ ¤mniscrihbæd as Poisson Brackets (AKA P.B.s). 
·Pirsig's MoQ denies SOM's objective schism thus denying general validity of any classical notions of lisrability.  ·Relative classical delusion of locally absolute truth based upon an assumption that SOM lisrability is valid  ·SOM's
next to most fundamental classical delusion: 'objects
in reality are independent of one another.' ·Assumes reality adheres Aristotle's three syllogistic (rather, sillygisitic) 'laws.' 

Stability 
·Quantum
ræhlihty
¤ffers n¤
ideal classical stability. ·Quantum ræhlihty issi abs¤lutæly anihmatæ. ·Quantum flux is sihmplæ. Update  10Jul2007  Doug. ·See Doug's What is Simple? What is Complex? 
·Pirsig's MoQ says that reality's essence is Dynamic Quality which denies any classical notions of ideal stability.  ·Relative classical delusion of locally absolute truth based upon an assumption that SOM stability is valid  ·SOM's
most fundamental classical delusion: 'reality is stable.' For example, 'A=A' implies ideal constancy — unless reality is quantum~animately EIMA~sophist~recursive. ·SOM's 'concrete reality.' ·AKA 'classical simplicity.' ·Juxtapose change as 'classical complexity.' ·See Bergson on static simplicity visàvis dynamic simplicity. 


QTMs 
Valuation MoQites View Reality 
CTMs CRites View Reality 
CTMs SOMites View Reality 

(25Mar2004 rev  Extend MoQ Valuation Column.) (27Mar2004 rev  Restore PirsigGodel cell's red background.) (5May2004 rev  Add 'falsifiability,' 'contradiction,' 'oppositionalnegation,' 'lisrability,' and 'stability' to Bases of Judgment Table.) (10May2004 rev  Minor unhighlighted corrections and additions near page bottom.) (11May2004 rev  Add 'likelihood,' and 'probability' to Bases of Judgment Table.) (12May2004 rev  Add linkanchors to footnotes. Add "quantum simplicity" bullet item to QTM's Dynamic Good.) (12May2004 rev  Extend QTM's Static Good. Add a 'concrete' bullet item to SOM's Stability.) (17May2004 rev  Refine non classical quantum memeos of a priori and a posteriori.) (23May2004 rev  Add wave~emerqancings to provability, probability, and likelihood.) (13Jul2004 rev  Remove legacy red update marks. Add some extended red text.) (2Sep2004 rev  Reformat table. Reset red text and arrows.) (18Sep2004 rev  Slightly alter Quantonic 'oppositionalnegation' description.') (25Dec2004 rev  Add column titles at page bottom. Reset legacy marks.) (13Feb2005 rev  Upgrade CTM SOM Probability.) (14Feb2005 rev  Add column titles at page middle.) (1Mar2005 rev  Add 'coquecigrues' link.) (17Mar2005 rev  Add quantum monitor link under 'contradiction.' Add six new links in bottom title row.) (29Jun2005 rev Add blue and yellow intellectual bars.) (8Jan2006 rev  Repair 'lisr' link.) (23Feb2006 rev  Add 'plausibility.' Needed for exegesis of PNFings QLO temporalings.) (4Sep2006 rev  Add 'omnitor' link. Reset red text updates.) (18Oct2006 rev  Add Bergson 'delusion' anchors.) (17Nov2006 rev  Add 'lisr' link under 'Lisrability.') (14Jan2008 rev  Add link to our new QELR of 'partial' under 'plausibility.' Add comments on partiality as enthymemetic. Add 'Plausibility' anchor.) (12Mar2008 rev  Update Quantonics QTM cell under oppositionalnegation. Reset legacy red text. Updated that same cell even more.) (19Aug2008 rev  Add 23Apr2006 update text from list below to this list for clarity of actual table maintenance.) (6Feb2011 rev  Repair link to Doug's recent "What is Simple? What is Complex? Why? Explain.") (22Aug2012 rev  Add 'cancellation' link under 'contradiction.') 