Topic: entries

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entries into rings
symbolic representation


Entries along with maps and rings were the original, theoretical foundations for Thesa. An entry is a symbol providing public access to another environment. The entry itself represents something complicated, unknowable. Entries form a channel across boundaries separating environments. Use of an entry substantiates the environment. (cbb 5/80)
Subtopic: entry point up

QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;6/25/74 entry point: where (label), how (type), when (boolean)

Subtopic: entries as public symbols up

QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;7/16/74 entries are closely related to symbols
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;12/26/74 an entry is an access to another world
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;12/26/74 an entry is an idea, a possibility of action
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;1/22/75 going across a boundary punches a visible hole
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;1/22/75 an entry is public access
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;2/6/75 entry must be recognizable
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;8/9/75 eg entries.. ways of crossing boundaries
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;; entry is something that is complicated, understood through another object

Subtopic: entry as particulars up

QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;8/22/74 an entry has a value, a public quantity. its type is how the entry is recognized.
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;2/7/75 entry definition is definition of class
QuoteRef: cbb_1973 ;;2/7/75 classes are universals while entries are particulars

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