In our sensory processing, the stimuli we participate with is initially, in the first 0-50ms (or 100ms – I have to double check) is a set of properties. It then either remains a set of properties or becomes an object. So an object is a set of properties. If an object is also an abstraction of processes, then are properties also abstractions of processes? It could then be said that processes can make up properties which can make up objects. Yet will this work for all properties? What processes make up dimension? If that can’t be directly answered, then going through standard definitions of “dimension” until finding definitions that can explained by processes instead would be the next step.

In our sensory processing, the stimuli we participate with is initially, in the first 0-50ms (or 100ms – I have to double check) is a set of properties.
 
It then either remains a set of properties or becomes an object.
 
So an object is a set of properties. If an object is also an abstraction of processes, then are properties also abstractions of processes?
 
It could then be said that processes can make up properties which can make up objects. Yet will this work for all properties? What processes make up dimension? If that can’t be directly answered, then going through standard definitions of “dimension” until finding definitions that can explained by processes instead would be the next step.

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