Go-thing philosophy

In philosophy, go-thing philosophy is the affinity of wisdom related to the go of things; the view that all things in the universe have a go to them.

The following are related quotes:

“What’s the go o’ that?”
James Maxwell (1834), age 3 response to any thing that moved, shone, or made a noise; and if that did not satisfy his curiosity, the more specific query “what's the particular go o' that?” would follow [1]

“The only thing which can be directly perceived by the senses is force, to which may be reduced light, heat, electricity, sound and all the other things which can be perceived by the senses.”
James Maxwell (1847), Publication (age 16) [1]

“This general model or dual point of view ideology [“I live on earth at present, and I don’t know what I am. I know that I am not a category. I am not a thing — a noun. I seem to be a verb, an evolutionary process – an integral function of the universe”, Buckminster Fuller (1970)], is why I refer to myself, not necessarily in reference to Fuller, in my Hmolpedia article, as a "go-thing philosopher" (go-thing philosophy), i.e. a thing philosopher, in the ancient Greek-Roman view of a universe comprised of "things", but also the view that motion exists, and that moving things have a "go", in the age 3 Maxwell "what's the go o that?" sense or question of the reason behind the motion of things. In order to study the "go" of humans, you have to start with Newton's "Query 31", then work your way up through: Goethe, Clausius, Gibbs, Lewis, and modern human free energy theorists, which is one of the reason's that I'm flying to Pakistan this Aug to interview Mirza Beg, currently ranked as “social Newton (existive)” #2 (previously I flew to Washington DC in 2016 to interview #1 SN existive Jurgen Mimkes). The presumed "genius" of Beg is working to "move" my physical body from Chicago to Pakistan.”
Libb Thims (2019), “Reddit r/RealGeniuses post” (Ѻ), May

“All things go.”
— Micki Minaj (2014), song (Ѻ) from album The Pinkprint (Ѻ) co-written with: Matthew Samuels, Ester Dean, Anderson Hernandez, and Allen Ritter; favorite motto/philosophy of Skylar Hartfield, e.g. reply made when asked (Jan 2020) about how she felt about her aunt dying

1. Mahon, Basil (2003). The Man Who Changed Everything – the Life of James Clerk Maxwell (what’s the go ‘o that, pg. #; senses quote, pg. 25) (Ѻ). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.

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