PLural ANalysis
and the foundation concept of digitization (quantum)


Préface additionnelle Juin 2000

   Le concept de Semblant - traduisible en anglais en Semblance, ou Seeming - s'avère fort important pour la psychanalyse et dans son histoire. Car, pour le moins, il coïncide avec la conception du terme de Meme, initialement inventé en génétique, puis étendu dans le domaine de l'intelligence artificielle. Son travail initié par Lacan et réalisé par Verdiglione dans le champ psychanalytique justifie donc une observation spéciale.
   La présente page y est principalement consacrée et présente une série d'illustrations commentées qui couvre largement sa théorie; et il y a lieu d'utiliser la préface ci-présente pour regrouper les pages et paragraphes qui en font mention dans le eBook.

Ainsi trouvons-nous:
---une évocation de son métabolisme dans le destin de la hiérarchie.
---passage de l'imago à ce qui constitue le support du Semblant.


The reason for PLAN appears clearly when starting with a wide angle view.

We are living in a time where we begin to calculate ideas - thoughts become things as we approach a realization of Artificial Intelligence.
Perhaps things will also become thoughts after such realization. For the moment we just begin to calculate... something similar to a Center of Mass in objects ; it is called Meme in ideas, thoughts and other complex systems.

There is a riddle to draw a graph

A life model which allows information in agents to change as a result of social
interactions is a "memish" sort of model, though the word "meme" may
appear nowhere in the discussion of the model

In the memish riddle

One obviously recognizes Lacan's mathem :

This is not the end of the riddle yet.
The riddle says: the word may appear nowhere

and this is the answer :

With Psychoanalysis the word appears now here

There is (in  blue) what Lacan calls the Awl and/or the hole that hallmark does.
This blue lozenge carries the loose edge that is the meme (re social interaction above)

The word 'meme' - as me, may never been said (unless I name my name)
for it is the punctual center of mass of the Word - aka Significand; noun, name, verb etc...

Human history shows a constant attempt for
naming the center of its collective psychology,
the mobile of his crowd, the cause of its masses.
Passing many variations (religion, obsession, hysteria)
these attempts eventually cause an industry
which builts an Artificial Intelligence.
Similarly, mathematics attempt to formulate the meme,
that they may naturalize, finally, with a specialty
close to topology that is the logic of knots.

From its beginning. it is a topology which shows its relevance in regards with meme.
Is is quite well exemplified as two strings cross.

In a special and primitive knot, two strings crossing/hook each one another;
reciprocally create a certain point.
Such point is a meme - it does not belong to any of the strings, nor to both
(if one take off one string, the other get loose and none show any point)
It is a kind of virtual point - so that I may call a meme meme
and even name this meme-meme meme, and meme-meme-meme meme, memetc...
It can last my whole life until I realize that's me,
the Freudian ego that's me.

Here is Freud's graph showing the transference position of the meme that Freud called ego

Of course, it is there where Lacan saw the awl's hole mark,
there one see two other graphs where Lacan designated the meme.

Lacan's awl
(aka meme )
in 1962 (left)
in 1975 (right)

This is the beginning of a presentation & description of PLAN,
it shows meme 's early conceptualization by psychoanalysis, i.e., within linguistic model.

NOTE : this is just a sketch for what a sound tolopogy of knot currently develops - if it does not clearly help you to get the idea, please write cybek for further references.

To continue PLAN's description



NOTE : this is why the riddle says : the word "meme" may appear nowhere - as history/facts shows it - Dawkin's who coined the word meme lets nowhere appears the Name it is (namely the Name of the Father) and his followers continue the same tradition (in order to investigate this deeply, a correspondence details the argument) <back>

© CYBEK of New York, 1999.