Re: Ontology and Physics
Those are fine things to read. They give some ideas
of the latest theories about neurophysiology and how
the brain works.
But as any neurophysiologist will be the first to admit,
the amount we know is enormously greater than the amount
that is unknown. And for every question that is answered,
hundreds of new questions arise.
As I said to Avril, there is enough work to keep scientists
busy for at least another few centuries.
Bottom line: If you're looking for a solid foundation for
ontology, don't hold your breath. The best thing to do is
to keep all options open -- and that's exactly what the
infinite lattice does: it provides room for the finitely
many known theories while keeping open infinitely many options.