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Semiphysics

Semiphysics deals with semithings: things which have a beginning and an ending but only as disturbances of some parts of things. The temporary or provisional existence (semi-existence) of semithings is therefore always of shorter duration that the thing of which they are only a disturbance. When the whole thing of which they are an integral part, moves, they move with it. But when the semithings move as part of the thing, the whole need not change location nor move, neither do the remaining parts of it need to be disturbed because the movements of the semithings are only local disturbances of whole things.

see things semithing

key article semithing theory





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