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 “The return to things themselves” preserved its original strength and intention only in the philosophy of Merleau-Ponty, while others such as Martin Heidegger and Hannah Arendt, though offered important and enlightening phenomenological researches, eclipsed the … More The Shadow of The Philosopher

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