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The “aperspectivally” point is essentially that of “il fondamento senza fondo”, or the form of the formless so prevalent in mahāyānic buddhism. The “perspectivally” manifestaron is obviously that of Leibniz’ monadic order. We in the West are the children of Aristotelean logic, there is no escape from it, and in that sense we have never gone beyond a simple logic of the subject (that which cannot be predicated of any object). What Schrödinger was so keen to preserve, justifiably, starts there, passes through Kant and ends up in its ultimate cognitive exposure (non multa sed multum) with Nishida.

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