phenomenology

The Masks of Time

Modes of time in terms of their potentialities for knowledge and action: without the present there’s neither past nor future …

Egology IV

This article is the fourth and the last post of the 4 part series Egology. In Egology I and Egology …

Egology III

In our two previous posts, Egology I and Egology II, we expressed in detail the nature of ego and introduced …

Egology II

In a previous post, Egology I, we discussed the nature of the ego as such and the different types of …

Random Reflections

I have been wanting to write something in my blog but I really have nothing to say at the moment, …

The Many Faces of The I

Truth and our fundamental relation to it creeps into our everyday language whether we want it or not. This is …

Egology I

To better understand the ego we must understand the various levels of ego, or various egos at play. Here we …

I AM

Objects are not simply passive phenomena hovering over against consciousness. Objects always appear with an overbearing claim to existence. Look …

Time & Consciousness

The object that I see in front of me I see as something in space, but my seeing of it …

The Shadow of The Philosopher

Maurice Merleau-Ponty was a French phenomenologist of the highest rank. Phenomenology as founded by Edmund Husserl and defined by him as …

What is Quantum Physics

There is no field in modern science that is misunderstood or misinterpreted more than any other. Two reasons should be …

Manifestation & Nothingness

One must look upon manifestation, or phenomenon, as the visible tip of an iceberg. Visible phenomena are rooted in the …

The Act & The Almighty

The Almighty is the substratum of the acts of cognition.  From the standpoint of a radical empiricism, one yet concealed to …