Virtual Paradox: Definition and The Choice Case

“A virtual paradox is an illusion of paradox.  In the case of plans of choosing and options, the absence of requirement for these elements in an act of choosing is due to their embodiment in neiphynormal constructs as opposed to constructs of the intellect.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

Virtual Paradox

“The fact that simultaneously one must have and does not have to have plans of choosing and options in order to be able to choose is a virtual paradox, not an actual paradox.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

The Act of Choosing

“The act of choosing requires neither plans of choosing nor options.  This is because of the virtually surrealistic nature of certain elements of human, psychical experience.  These elements of human, psychical experience exemplify the vitalistic, not mechanistic, nature of the human psyche.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti

The Act of Choosing, Insight, and Proof

“Whether an act of implementation (of a plan) is also an act of choosing can only be known by insight (observation-based intuition) and not by empirical proof.”
– Dr. Michael Bisconti