If all that is required is firstness/secondness/thirdness/fourthness tags, then if you are in a culture which does not view time in a cause-event sequential manner but rather as echoic of tradition, patterned in a more circular fashion, with “eventuality” as a given but with no need for today’s events as causes. {that is, far past and far future are nearly as real as today with less importance to “just prior” and “just after” as we have in the West] How can you measure entropy in that situation?

 If all that is required is firstness/secondness/thirdness/fourthness tags, then if you are in a culture which does not view time in a cause-event sequential manner but rather as echoic of tradition, patterned in a more circular fashion, with “eventuality” as a given but with no need for today’s events as causes.
{that is, far past and far future are nearly as real as today with less importance to “just prior” and “just after” as we have in the West]
How can you measure entropy in that situation?
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Now I’m curious and will have to see of the Chinese conceptualization of entropy is different and if so, how.

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