Morphology of Truth III

What is transcendental? There must be distinguished between transcendental concept and transcendental content. Transcendental concepts are those concepts that provide the formal conditions for the possibility of experience. Transcendental contents, on the other hand, which can be talked in the abstract through concepts, are conditions for the possibility of the sense of experience. For example, … More Morphology of Truth III

Truth Hidden in Plain Sight: Cosmos as the embodiment of consciousness

The Primacy of Consciousness in the Constitution of Self and World Seeing is an instance of knowledge; in seeing an object is known to us, namely its identity is given to our consciousness; thus seeing is an experience that holds the knower-knowledge-known division. The study of the experience of seeing can give us clues into … More Truth Hidden in Plain Sight: Cosmos as the embodiment of consciousness

The 4th Dimension

If we were exclusively 3 dimensional beings, then we would not be able to experience a 3 dimensional world. Why? Below is the reason: Construction: Circle is a geometrical construct that needs two dimensions for its construction. The construction of a circle is possible only in a 2-D space. Two dimensional space is a necessary … More The 4th Dimension

Non-Duality and Quantum Mechancis

Non-duality is an inevitable consequence of quantum theory. The philosophical expression of quantum mechanics is that the “thing-in-itself” is pure potentiality and is actualized only from outside itself by something other than itself. Pure potentiality cannot actualize itself. The other actualizing agent may be a consciousness, an observation, measurement, or interaction with an environment. Defining … More Non-Duality and Quantum Mechancis