Arch of language and Munchhausen’s trilemma

On and on arch of language poetry Apr14 b
our conscious

Our mind
with a ring of context
contained circularity

Our cohesive whole
a bubble (of babble)
within another

Floating underarch of language poetry Apr14 a
the arch of language
held up foundational
by the story telling fella

All a part
of a whole body’s dreaming

A whole being is there
when we become lucid
and reason reins in our conscious
reigning like rain till then ..

1 Apr14

Munchhausen’s trilemma describes the tripple dilemma or impossibility of proving anything, A proof needs something other to support or back the proof, which in turn need another proof to support it. The trilemma refers to the three unsatisfactory ends to trying to prove : Infinitism where that regression of proof needing further proof goes on for ever; circularity where the original statement to prove is included in a subsequent proof, pretending to be independent of the statement when it is merely a step or steps of logic away; and foundationalism where a statement is used as proof that is an assumption but stands because it is unchallenged.

the arch of language and Munchhausen’s trilemma

Arch of language and Munchhausen's trilemmaI came to realise some time ago that the components or makeup of our reality manifest as projected actualities. I presume they are projected by the whole body from his or her brain-spine. I have found that one may capture, recognise and depict them. More importantly, as a projected actuality and part, we may relate with our whole, the whole body alive in creation. The process of becoming a part that ensues is the process of reality, the way, for the whole body is a whole being in and of reality. Nothingness is the absence in our projected reality of the whole body “there” in reality, Emptiness the disassociation through which we are having an experience. The whole body, whole being and whole self in reality, our self and our reality in projection.   The diagrams are as usual, of our projected actuality as captured from behind. The cornering mentioned in the fourth paragraph was introduced in “ascending assertion cornered across” and refers to the cornering of our centering to the right in avoidance of what is –

repressed behind – confusion (of witness and actuality)

suppressed below – strain and struggle (of identity and will)

denied other side to the left – fears and traumas (from our past)