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S-violation as individualization

Individualization of a system is possible only as a destruction of that system. A system of properties pertinent for “fish” can never designate particular fish. Particular fish has to break the symmetry of the system of fish properties. Even the most elaborate and detailed sum of properties of fish (fishiness) can not separate one particular sole lying in Dover sand from another lying beside. Individualization is thus symmetry breaking operation.

Individualization can be related to a present state of the universe that occurs as a result of CP-violation, the violation of the combination of C- and P-symmetry.

The similar violation of T-symmetry, time symmetry, produces a perception of NOW and from this NOW an axis of time that itself contradicts the CPT-symmetry as a basis of The Standard Model of particle physics. The specific topology of space (CP-violation) and the time perspective (T-violation) are thus nothing but another side of individualization as an S-violation (violation of a System that individual “has to” break to actualize himself).

From here all so important lessons about the relation of an individual within any system (language, family, state…) begin. You have to break systems that you belong to if you want to exist as an individual. You have to be a poet (language constitutor and destroyer at the same time). You have to place self-actualization above the state. The complexity of individuals that are all destroying the symmetry of state is in fact constructing the state. The state that would rest in its symmetry, would be a perfect totalitarian (collectivistic) state. The more the state is broken by individuals, the more it becomes the state of individuals.

Homonism as a theory of individualization is thus a theory of symmetry breaking of any system. But it is important to understand that symmetry breaking is not an act of deconstruction, of anarchism. Symmetry breaking is a necessary act that distinguishes, respects and constitutes a system that it breaks. How? A substantial period after the big bang, a system was utterly symmetrical and at the same time chaotic with no single point to distinguish. Oe cannot describe such a state of cosmos as a system. A system exists only from the moment of the first individualization, of first symmetry breaking. One could say that a system is an emergent property of individualization. Thus it comes that a state should, by definition, be understood as dependent on the individual. Homonism.

Andrej Drapal

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