Monthly Archives: August 2013

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Elucidation element
Commentary expansion
Intellectual sympathy

Allow exposure without presupposition, the essence of energy and matter is revealed by going for a walk through the park every day. Freedom is limited amidst things and relationships, as operative entities function within possibilities of being.

“The possible ranks higher than the actual.” – Martin Heidegger

Hierarchical Links

Instinct reason
Capacity to act
Ordained influential

Peeking out from reflections asserting its command, the spectator is observed contentedly scrutinizing the street from above. As the viewer becomes the viewed, alienation results from the divide between seeing and being seen.

“If you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss will gaze back into you.” – Friedrich Nietzsche

Re Marks

Fixing the play
Syntactical shifts
Differences of meaning

Applying deconstruction concepts to decidedly constructed configurations is an exercise in elemental opposition exploration. Inside a system of distinct signs, identity produces meaning through the interplay of differences. Context is an integral component of the text.

“We are all mediators, translators.” – Jacques Derrida

Metaphysical Nihilism

Implicit trait
Resolution interpretation
Correspondent component

Existing as a type of thing, reflections might be paradigmatic examples of abstract objects. Their existence interrogates spatial location ambiguity and strictly invokes sensory experience. Their manifestations are an opportunity for pragmatic metaphysical contemplation, a paradoxical evaluation of energy and mater interaction.

“If things do not turn out as we wish, we should wish for them as they turn out.” – Aristotle

Seedy Operation

Next door
Exotic wear
Private shows

Happily prancing around, sometimes the underside of the city is well illuminated. Do not show empathy or compassion, as it is all part of our collective unconscious and repressed childhood sexual trauma. Hidden drives alleviate responsibility. Just ask Freud.

“A man should not strive to eliminate his complexes but to get into accord with them: they are legitimately what directs his conduct in the world.” – Sigmund Freud

Details

Constituent parts
Describe the complex
Occurrence possibility

Structured entities, the shadowself encounters a fragile archive on the street. Cultural objects of belief, primary bearers of truth-value, available to situate the happenstance of birth. The sun shines brightly, relating to markers of reality metaphors that no longer exist.

“There exists only the present instant… a Now which always and without end is itself new. There is no yesterday nor any tomorrow, but only Now, as it was a thousand years ago and as it will be a thousand years hence.” – Meister Eckhart

Allegation Provision

Valuable offers
Everyday services
Potential side effects

Angularity experienced from inside the metropolis, as details are prominent. The city is invisible because the buildings dominate. When too close to a situation, withdraw and get a measure of perspective.

“Just when you think it can’t get any worse, it can. And just when you think it can’t get any better, it can.” – Nicholas Sparks

Intrinsically Motivated

Water architecture
Decorative recreation
Spontaneous effect

Improvisation is a critical component of effective adaptation. Exploring how the body works and interacts with the world, pure joy is found running through the water fountain by the Willamette River. Wondering about external distinctiveness is a conduit to the discovery of new knowledge.

“Summing up the formal characteristic of play, we might call it a free activity standing quite consciously outside ‘ordinary’ life as being ‘not serious’ but at the same time absorbing the player intensely and utterly.” – Johan Huizinga

The Gaze

Power dynamic
Preponderant influence
Knowledge hegemony

Anthromorphized intellect center repetitions, all attentive to a singular imaginary subject, somewhere off-camera. Private viewing made public, masking the construction site with interpretation stimulation. Crowd psychology differs from and interacts with that of the individual members.

“Masses are always breeding grounds of psychic epidemics.” – Carl Jung

Delicacies

Desirable tradition
Specially prepared
Regional variation

Breaking the fasting period of the prior night, an illuminated neon message glows with associated window reflections in the morning light. It is good to be alive in the city where cornucopias of consumption opportunities lie in wait.

“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” – Lewis Carroll