What is Pattern?

What is Pattern?

by Peter Fritz Walter

A pattern is a set of things, a certain arrangement I can make out in the complex scheme of reality. It is something I can observe. 

A pattern can be fix or it can be changeable. It can be static or dynamic. 

By contrast, a principle typically is the beginning of a down-hierarchy. It’s a top-something in a kind of up-to-down order. 

It is not something I can observe. Its reality is merely intellectual, the outcome of a conclusion I draw in my rational mind after observing nature. 

A principle thus contains my observer point or my judgment about reality.

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