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A geometric framework for cognition that unlocks a deeper understanding of consciousness and subjective experience.

: A Polynon

is a conceptual geometric entity that provides measurement for conscious observations and experience. By dealing with a state of pre-geometry (the structure from which the geometry of a certain system develops), the proposed framework enables the advancement of human knowledge into a new era.

: A geometric framework

is a set of rules, guidelines, relationships, used to describe and analyze a set or multiple sets of data. The source of this data can be mathematics, physics, engineering, academia or any kind of disciplines.

: A geometric framework for cognition

analyzes data from cognitive mediums creating a structured environment for new dimensions of relations, emotions, actions, experiences and behavior. By providing a new way to conceptualize and understand knowledge, this geometric model allows for a more holistic view of the underlying structures and dynamics of the cognitive systems.

: Measuring the

Considering memory, perception and the sensory systems as components of the proposed framework will reveal a more detailed structure of the objective reality. Furthermore, the definition of phenomena will rely on richer geometries, built on cognitive dimensions by introducing a new layer of data in any database, layer derived from cognitive patterns, conscious experience and relational behavior.

: New metrics

This new type of architecture of information, built on a geometric cognition layer, maps the road from unstructured data to experience, creating new metrics for intent, motivation, and decision. Also, the collective properties of systems can be directly derived from the topological relationships between the geometric constructs of the mind coupled with those of the phenomena on which the mind acts upon.

The polynon

A knowledge system that unfolds in multiple dimensions. A conversation between different disciplines, bringing them together in a language that’s universal yet profoundly intimate.

A narrative of discovery that transcends the barriers between observer and observed, between inner world and outer reality.

The framework

When we talk about a geometric framework for cognition, we’re really talking about transforming raw, cognitive data into a structured environment. It’s like building a system where ideas can grow in all directions – relationships, emotions, actions, experiences, and behaviors – all finding their unique place as meaningful experiences. By nurturing this holistic view, we cultivate a deeper appreciation of the cognitive systems that play a significant role in our lives.

We consider memory, perception, and the sensory systems as integral parts of the framework, which allows us to sketch out a more intricate map of the world as we experience it. Phenomena and their noumenal counterpart are no longer just points on a chart; they’re vibrant landscapes of cognitive dimensions, adding a new layer of rich geometries to every database.

The fundamentals of consciousness

This geometric approach allows for a depiction of the complex relationships between perception, memory, imagination, and noumenal factors, illustrating how these elements interact to reveal a subjective experience.


Phenomena encapsulates the direct, immediate experience of the world through our senses. It represents the raw sensory data that our minds process in real-time, such as the sight of a colorful sunset, the sound of rain tapping on a window, or the fragrance of a blooming garden. Phenomena stand as the forefront of our conscious awareness, serving as the primary interface between ourselves and the external world.


Phantasia  embodies the internal landscape of our cognition, the internal epiphenomenology that defines our unique perceptual reality. It involves the processing, integration, and reinterpretation of sensory information, memories, and imaginative constructs within a dynamic, emergent cognitive landscape. This internal epiphenomenology encapsulates the creative and interpretive processes that underlie our ability to make sense of the world, project into the future, and reflect on our past, embodying the fluid interplay between consciousness, memory, and imagination.


Noumenal factors represent the underlying realities that shape our conscious experience but remain largely inaccessible to direct observation and understanding. These factors are the deep structures and principles governing the nature of reality, which, although they profoundly influence our perceptions and interpretations, elude our sensory and cognitive capacities. Noumenal factors encompass the fundamental laws of physics, metaphysical truths, and the essence of existence that underpin the phenomena we observe. Phentropy captures the philosophical transition where observable events (phenomena) are understood as manifestations of these deeper, intrinsic realities (noumena), bridging the gap between what we experience and the profound, often mysterious truths that lie beneath the surface of our perceptions.

What next?

A polynon is a conceptual geometric entity that provides measurement for conscious observations and experience.


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