Comment on Montevideo (part 10)

klaitner Sat, Jan 16, 2010
Perhaps in that we engage our intelligent direction slightly emptier of the more solidified boundaries our conceptual tools lined for us so far.

quantum computing and baysian graphs may help on the concretization of this fuzzy thought, it cannot cure the mental habit

If categories are the foundation of logical thought, what are openness and emptiness a foundation of?

I would embrace this rephrasing of the question

If I understand correctly, you propose that openness and emptiness promote an expansion of the possible 'paths' one might take, an expansion of the possible interactions one can have (is this a reasonable interpretation of 'directions'?). Is this the cone of uncertainty in reverse?