Cognizance Theory

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The Cognizance Theory is a theoretical description of living existence in general and human consciousness in particular, and is an attempt to represent the condition of cognizant intelligence as an archetype, applicable everywhere in the physical and non-physical universe. To begin is a synopsis of the theory, with a more detailed analysis following.

If the material universe exists and there is no Cognizance of it, does it really exist? It may exist, but without Cognizance, it could have no awareness of itself, and without awareness, it could be said not to matter if it exists or not. By the same token if Cognizance were to exist, and there was nothing for it to be aware, would Cognizance exist? Again it might exist, but of what could it be aware? It can be assumed that both states do already exist, as the manifestations of living entities which are physical, but possess the non-physical facility of Cognizance as awareness and memory.

It would be assumed that the physicality of the material universe, as a Dimensionality in and of itself, could not have Cognizance and self-awareness due to the necessary character of its composition. It would also be assumed that Cognizance would require non-physical characteristics as apprehension, recognition and the identification of distinction external to itself, through the auspices of a vehicle of other-dimensional comparative capacity, capable of recording, duplicating, manipulation and creation of alternative compositions to what has been apprehended, for the purpose of decision making.

The posit of two separate and opposite Dimensionalities, by the composition of their functions, each of which would be necessary to produce existence on one hand and Cognizance on the other, would be called a single entirety or Cosmcosmos.

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