compilation: of the “Mind’s spread and cornering, centred to the right”

Here is the compilation I mentioned in the previous post. I have put it together as part of my hope and undertaking to convey at least something of the projected actuality of the human condition (hc). This is what I think  the starting point is, in capturing the hc and relating with reality, the whole body alive in creation. I want to follow it up with more of these compilations on my posts.

Please let me know what you think about it and if you would, tell me how it seems for you.

It is a funny, awkward topic, the hc and reality. It is my stuff, yet I think it applies to everyone. It draws us into the “self referencing conundrum”. Serious stuff. “Orientation” to our reality, including the world and self, as a “projected” part of (created and placed by) the whole body , discriminates our self from a whole self or whole being, and our virtual reality from reality (of whole entities present in the present, solid in gravity, and alive in creation).

You, the blogging community, have been inspirational and supportive in putting forth my understandings and ways. Not only does the opportunity to read and write with you, help to formulate ideas and express them better, but I feel somehow there is a real mind and a consciousness that has developed my conscience, and my understanding of my place in the world. I know you are real people, but through text, the screen and the icons, I feel we truly relate. Often there are feelings, understandings and thoughts that are hard to share. I thank you for a place where they can be put to words – and pictures!
Some of you may like to check out my first post – “The human condition is centred right” Aug13.

Centred to the right is covered in more detail in the Introduction and Chapter i of “Orientation ch i – v” available on the menu.

series 1 Mindcntrd R 1

series 1 Mindcntrd R 2

series 1 Mindcntrd R 3

5 thoughts on “compilation: of the “Mind’s spread and cornering, centred to the right”

  1. Hello tt4r, you have asked for feedback from others. You are passionate about developing your ideas and your artwork is original. I think that as your philosophy becomes more certain, this will show in your artwork – which is built on your use of line, and which very strongly reminds me of calligraphy (i.e. your method is sparse, minimal). By this I mean that I think your use of line will free up, be more fluid, more aesthetic. This in turn, in my view, will better convey the philosophical content. Best wishes, Phil

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  2. I meant to comment on your post about the appraisal of gender in philosophy, that we have within each individual both male and female identities that are encompassed by a whole being who is indeed male or female and most importantly human. I was busy at the time but I can’t seem to find the post nnow. I believe you were referring to a female philosopher.

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