Marks of existence ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… This could be the stormy indication for a marathoner who determines himself in his mission touch the finishing line; a natural affinity that he always has driven himself by the self-motivated ‘will’ that he must touch the ending line at any cost. Contrary, this affinity leads him gone astray; standing on the finishing line he soon realized no time might be remaining for him to go back from where he starts. The moments he was passing over can never back to him due to the tireless force that insists him to run until he lies down on the running track to embrace death. Is death the ultimate finisher for this worldly runner? Does the ‘will’ he keeps to run may decline when death seized the vigorous pace he holds to touch the finishing line?… Life in this world reminds the awakening calling: —lively beings have a limit to exist certain while and then after they will vanish in the alternative world, from where once they were coming out… Continue reading Marks of existence ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Duel with language and the way Slavoj Žižek encoded Heidegger (Third Segment) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Maybe it sounds weird but anxiety and displeasure is the mother of philosophy. Not only Heidegger, as well Hegel, Nietzsche and many other great original thinkers are critical on the logitimacy of “being”. They criticize the logicians who use any particular point of history to understand the beginning and beingness of the “being”. That means they tried to legitimate the beginning problem of “being” by pick some historical event for this. The risk is there, that is, we can consider this logification of history an ultimate solution for the original questions of “being” or the beginning of “being”. How all this begins and how “being” has maintained its beginnings through the continual process of appearance and disappearance of things in the world? —suchlike question lead us to stumble on the history; it provoked us grounded the historical point a fact to solve the unknowable state of original beginnings of the “being”… Continue reading Duel with language and the way Slavoj Žižek encoded Heidegger (Third Segment) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Meaning of the meaning – Heidegger in Hilary Putnam’s case ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… On the other hand, the philosophical problem of unintended extension of ‘originary’ led Heidegger to think about such state where ‘origin’ contained its own ‘ontology’ and ‘throw’ itself over again. Anyway, it unable to answer any question about its ontological beingness. As we can say (not literally, just for argument’s sake) God (if we imagine God as ‘prime mover’ in Aristotle’s context) himself is unable to answer the question: —why He is God or how He exists as a variable to generate his beingness which moves everything for the creation. Because which is uncreated it cannot answer any question through ‘itself’. As Heidegger’s Dasein cannot answer why it Dasein. Like this manner, Putnam faces the basic analytical problem of the meaning in semantics when it means ‘something’ original and origin… Continue reading Meaning of the meaning – Heidegger in Hilary Putnam’s case ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Martin Heidegger and the ‘Destruktion’ of philosophy ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Heidegger might be the dare mentor who trained us how to read our own ‘self’ without philosophizing it anymore. More we philosophize anything (in any light of discussion) the more we trapped ourselves in the nominative meaning. Philosophy is not a nominative ‘meaning’, rather it could be non-nominative, an action which leads us to embrace the real ‘being’. Philosophical idioms are the barrier to touch the ground where ‘being’ has ‘thrown’ itself by using its own ‘is’. This Gestellation of ‘being’ as a ‘thing’ is non-ontological. It can be questioned but never be answerable… Philosophy is not an answer of ‘being’ (or whatever it is), rather the restless refutation and Destruktion of answers through new questions. That is Heidegger, and that could be the ‘essence’ of ‘what he meant by the philosophy’. If we realize it, philosophy can guide science; otherwise, the death of philosophy is inevitable… Continue reading Martin Heidegger and the ‘Destruktion’ of philosophy ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The problem of ‘beginning’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Thought can explain only which is functional but it cannot explain which is transitive to its state through its inner traits. Apparent is explainable when it appears. The causal state of apparent can be explainable through cause-effect relation when it appears to perform. Cause-effect is not applicable for which belonged beyond over the causal. The apparent reality can be explainable considering causal consequences, whereas which is not apparent but belong in the always-possible state of apparent, thought cannot explain that reality through causal consequences. The apparent reality could have a beginning; opposite, the cause of this apparent reality might be had a beginning of the beginning, or it might have no beginning… Continue reading The problem of ‘beginning’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The terror of Unnamed and Lovecraft’s cosmic whiff ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Identification is required for “Being” who know that he is named and defined by someone somehow. It appears unnecessary for which is unnamed. Only the unnamed can swims in the infinite dark luckless…
H. P. Lovecraft’s cosmicism is the insignificant state, where everything is moving and interfused as insignificant sign. Human is not special in the realm of particles dynamics, none is less or bit more majestic there; everyone is the part of particle-soup, bubbling their indifferent afterlife; maybe the bubble will deliver new life and maybe not. Difference is indifference there; only the Lovecraftian ghost dance (dance of particles as “Being”) is the reality of yonder cosmic space… Continue reading The terror of Unnamed and Lovecraft’s cosmic whiff ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Sticky post

Oddments thoughts of “Being” and The Point of No Return ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Knowing about the Being is endless as endless the Acting is, as deathless the Edging and Ending is, and infinite the beginning of beginning is. Everything is “Acting” in here or somewhere or nowhere as a “Being”, and that is the infinite beginning of everything “Being”… Continue reading Oddments thoughts of “Being” and The Point of No Return ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Human, all Too Human: The Turin Horse and Cinematic Struggle to Survive ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

…However, who can say the wind will stop or not? Rather, it would better to stand still as a stubborn horse denies everything apocalyptic. Readers, that was the end of Nietzschean silence and be the begging of Béla Tarr’s mesmeric cinematic silence, where apocalyptic wind in a remote village decided to take no rest until destroyed everything that is responsible for wind-ticks day-night, tasteless dine, tireless struggle, resilient hope and tedious wait that frantic wind will stop one day for the sake of existence… Continue reading Human, all Too Human: The Turin Horse and Cinematic Struggle to Survive ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

The dizzy knowledge seeker ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Khidr was smiling to hear Moses and then replied, “You have guessed many to answer the simple question. That means we know very little about everything happening in the surface. So far you observed, as far the answer is. As far you answer, so far the knowing is. So far you see the sea, as far you can tell about it, rest is lie behind the mystery, where you could guess a lot but not confidently claim that you know the exact. To me it is the signage that, we’re flying and traveling in an unlimited ocean and dipped our beaks to take little drop of water… Continue reading The dizzy knowledge seeker ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Reality and Simplicity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

She was the only fresh air in this pandemonium, out of all controversy to adjust your “self” between the earthly and transcendent, belief and disbelief, fortune and misfortune, pride and prejudice, virtue and pretension, even the right and wrong. I yet never see anybody like her, to act such a free soul by carrying the heavy burden of frightful morbidities of the family members. She is perhaps the only human who is consciously unconscious about her elitist quandary and the fact that, everything in this world has name and definition and you have to struggle with all these to engrave your own name here. Continue reading Reality and Simplicity ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Memorable Return ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Death is not a relief my son. In the moment of death I was foolish, cause, I thought, now I’ll relive and free from the surface where I passed my living life such a long day, and now the journey is end forever. I was wrong my son. Death did not release me yet. The new flesh, where I can breathe and be thinking, now chains me. I’m now hang on the dilemma of new-and-old… Continue reading Memorable Return ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Quest for the Self: Maryam’s self searching minstrels in writcrit blog

Does she represent new? Does her imagination and quest bit newish to the vast land of mystic or metaphysical landscape of poetry itself? Maybe and maybe the not, but it doesn’t denote anything here. I think she represents her great ancestors of Urdu poetry and the rest to reach the sublime landscape of poetic quest just like the holy pilgrimage./ Maryam try to walk on their directed trajectory. She walks in the thorny gravelled road with bravery and tried to echo the thousands years quest with fine simplicity. Is it not enough to read her minstrels, her less allegorical but touchy simple intonation?… Continue reading Quest for the Self: Maryam’s self searching minstrels in writcrit blog

Allegory of the cave: poetic tribute to the dilemma of false wisdom ⇒ Stephen Dunn, F. Lenzi, Jonathan and Raj Nandy

English philosopher Alfred North Whitehead once commented that the entire western philosophy in a sense “a footnote to Plato.” His comment maybe bit exaggerated but it also the fact that we still love to read, deny, debate and commenting on Plato’s allegorical dialogues. There are lot ways to think and imagine his poetic rhetoric and my selected names tried to do this by their perception and inception to imagine them in a cave. Continue reading Allegory of the cave: poetic tribute to the dilemma of false wisdom ⇒ Stephen Dunn, F. Lenzi, Jonathan and Raj Nandy