Hi Joseph, > DQ is a metaphysical term, indefinable in levels in existence, evolution. > DQ is not non-existent. Behavior follows existence DQ/SQ. Emotions are DQ. > >
This is contrary to what Pirsig has claimed:
"As I understand it the term “emotivism” is a way of reducing all value to biology, thus making it a part of the SOM universe. The MOQ sees emotions as a biological response to quality and not the same thing as quality. There are many cases, particularly in economic activity where values occur without any emotion." - LC
Why do you see value in reducing the MOQ to an emotional response?
Furthermore, why do you see value in defining the undefinable DQ as 'emotions'?