The Possibility of Transcendence In the previous parts, I have tried to establish the idea that consciousness is nothing more than one of two moments (the other being the body) within the unity that is the living construct. I did this by suggesting that consciousness is the phenomenon of the living construct, while the body […]
Earlier we have seen that the phenomenal relationship consists of the object, the manus, and the signum animum itself. However, how do we differentiate this process from a mere mechanical process? If we think of this process (the rock → manus signi animi → signum animum) as being similar to domino pieces knocking each other […]
In the previous parts, we have established that the phenomenon seemed to be dependent on the inert, while at the same time rejecting the inert to create itself. However, one question still lingers: how do we know that the phenomenon is capable of existing on its own without a conscious observer? How do we know […]
And thus such is consciousness. It is a phenomenon taken to its logical extreme. Suppose consciousness is born out of the phenomenon that is the living construct (or, to be more precise, consciousness itself is the phenomenon). In that case, consciousness is therefore dispersed throughout our body, just like the picture is everywhere in the […]
Based on the previous parts, Logic as the Law of Being and On Consciousness, we could see that consciousness can only be in a world, and because of it, consciousness is also limited by the world it finds itself in. Nevertheless, does this not also mean that consciousness, and therefore negation, is possible only because […]
In the previous essay, Logic as the Law of Being, it can be seen that the limit of possibility is the Logic of things. In other words, there’s a limitation to everything, according to its own Logic. Thus, consciousness, as an existence that is in the world, also has limitations imposed on it by that […]
Since ancient times people have been trying to understand how it is possible that a body that is made out of nothing more than flesh can be conscious of itself. Undoubtedly, such an old problem has received multiple efforts either to make it disappear or to solve it outright. For instance, some people tried (some […]
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