Is there unlimited of things? Or it’s just misconception?
Have a look on a set of all the facts in the universe. We can make possible combinations (permutations) of it, and the combination may vary (seemingly - approaching) infinitely, but it’s just a concept (potential). In reality there is only a certain (limited) number.
Practically it is limited, potentially also not unlimited. That's why I use the term "approaching" (seeming as if) unlimited.
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Whether in practice (actual) or conceptual (potential) or in any case, there is no infinity. There is only "NOT LIMITED BY "
If there is an infinite set, then the boundary can be expanded beyond itself without the addition of the other which is an impossibility (violating the axiom)
Therefore: there is no infinite, there is only “NOT LIMITED BY ”
Is it possible to define that infinite become part of limitation?
Axiomatically, that the infinite can’t be contained by the finite. What is covered can’t be more than what covers it.
However, there is issue that there is no impossibility of boundless limitations.
Is a way of seeing the world as a series of interconnected and interdependent systems rather than lots of independent parts.
As a thinking tool, it seeks to oppose the reductionist view (the idea that a system can be understood by the sum of its isolated parts ) and replace it with the view that everything is part of a larger whole and that the connections between all elements are critical.
... is someone who becomes competent in at least 3 diverse domains and integrates them into a top 1-percent skill set.
In another words, they bring the best of what humanity has discovered from across fields to help them be more effective in their core field.
Specialists, on the other hand, just focus on knowledge from their own field.
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