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

Friedrich Nietzsche and the tales of empty fiction ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… His offer to consider this apparent world as responsible for the appearance and as well the disappearance, it indicates his realistic approach to the beingness of things. For the correction of sensual recognition, he invited us to concern about ‘act’; because ‘act’ triggered things in reality; on the opposite, the same ‘act’ can prevent things to be appeared in here or revokes them for appearance; thus, idealized other world ‘as real and true’ except the ‘apparent world’… it is illusion… Continue reading Friedrich Nietzsche and the tales of empty fiction ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Something is present ‘there’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… What makes things reflexive? What provokes it to come out in the world? Above all, what makes things automaton? These questions are vital for the observer who exercises his sensual network and cognitive kingdom to find the plausible answer at best he could. However, it is not necessary for the things examined their existence through above-mentioned questions. Things have their own automaton becoming in the ‘what is this (?)’ state, —as for why (?); the answer could be, —as for action, and as for make the world real to the observer. Things are there because of that they can act… Continue reading Something is present ‘there’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Mind the gap, it has always ‘being there’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… There have always two worlds exist and a man is the residence of both wonderland like Alice. One world is imaginative and spectrum and built by the man himself. He built it by using his immense capacity of firing neurons and preserved them in the memory storage. Another is the imageless rabbit-hole but certainly have always ‘being there’… Continue reading Mind the gap, it has always ‘being there’ ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Consciousness: the nano musician (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Dr. Anirban Bandyopadhyay, the mid-age young Bengal is among the many who tried to deal the beingness and consciousness problem by access inside the human brain surface. Better said, the nanoscientist tried to enter inside the single brain cell to hear the jingle of cells, to understand their chatting and communication patterns inside the protein bonded shell. He called it the universal music and keep on his faith to the scientific experimentation that the entire universe is operating itself according to the clock inside the clock inside the clock, in where the immense universe-builder energy strings are singing by carrying inside a clock in their infinitesimal existence. In his narrative, it is consciousness, the real beingness of all living things which we named beingness… Continue reading Consciousness: the nano musician (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari