and if the notion is that you can redefine things into existence (that is, take a concept, any concept, and change the definitions enough so that it is true according to the letter of the definition [versus the ineffable spirit of it]), then could you perhaps use this to generate a self-reflective model of memory?
that is, could you use this redefining model as a kind of template for a model of memory-acting that could be useful, could be helpful?
and from that point of view, then, you could see this “memory-acting” model as a sort of continuous-self-reflection, an intertwined feedback loop of memory-affecting-memory
and the very verbage of “memory-acting” itself has beads of the notions of automatic imagination, too, perhaps: act as if you are experiencing something, and act as if you’re not acting
and so, again, if you have the ability to take a group of inputs and redefine them in terms of each other such that they are all consistent with each other, then this process, this strategy, may be very helpful when mindteching, when finessing mind using this memory-acting model
and from the point of view of a memory hacker, then, might there be usefulness in puzzling out the process by which to make a consistent process of redefining, of taking groups of inputs and making them consistent with each other?
and it seems this should be possible, especially given that there is not mutable state, using a sort of list processor, a Lisp; composing definitions and functions and developing new ones to sort each other out sounds fruitful and interesting, and likely will work.
nonetheless, having a group of definitions, a group of functions, in some sense, and needing to restructure them, their inner workings, so that they are all consistent, is perhaps not an easy task, not the easiest of tasks; nonetheless, it can be rigorously shown to be possible in principle, so that can be a good position from which to build _something_, even if it not be the full architecture at once
and so, indeed, thinking of memory-acting, of a process of redefining a group of inputs, and using those to make further sense of the world, of nature, of reality, is perhaps very fruitful in matters of import.