Includes bibliographical references (p. -257) and index
Introduction: Individuation and the quest for unity -- The obstacle to unification in modern physics -- Does contemporary mathematical physics actually -- Depart from the classical formulation -- Apparent concretization of mathematical physics via symmetry breaking --The implicit attempt to maintain the classical formula and its ultimate failure -- The phenomenological challenge to the classical formula -- Topological phenomenology -- Phenomenological intuition, topology, and the klein bottle -- The physical significance of the Klein bottle -- Spin -- Vorticity -- The dimensional family of topological spinors -- Generalization of intuitive topology -- Topodimensional spin matrix -- Basic principles of dimensional transformation -- Synsymmetry and the self-transformation of space -- From symmetry breaking to dimensional generation -- The three basic stages of dimensional generation -- Kleinian topogeny -- Waves carrying waves: the co-evolution of lifeworlds -- The forces of nature -- The phenomenon of light -- Phenomenological Kaluza-Klein theory -- Summary comparison of conventional and topo-phenomenological approaches to kaluza-klein theory -- Cosmogony, symmetry, and phenomenological intuition -- Conventional view of the evolving cosmos -- The problem of symmetry -- A new kind of clarity -- The self-evolving cosmos -- Introduction to the cosmogonic matrix -- Overview of cosmic evolution -- The role of the fermions in dimensional generation -- Projective stages of cosmogony : dimensional divergence -- Stage 1 -- Stage 2 -- Stages 3 and 4 -- Proprioceptive stages of cosmogony : dimensional convergence -- Conclusion: Wider horizons of cosmic evolution -- The psychophysics of cosmogony -- Psychical aspects of the fundamental particles -- Toward a reflexive physics -- Concretization of the self-evolving cosmos.
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