When the image is born (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… every visible thing reminds the muse of invisible ‘bit or dot’, where they associate according to their will to destroy and rebuild things over again. Every ‘thing’ has gonna in the void when death appeared and all these every ‘thing’ can revive from the out of nothing.

The Hegelian phrasing might be appropriate here to realize the meaning of life; that is, —there is something always remains to be waiting in nothingness, something remain in the complete void, to bring back the whole picture of reality over again. Creation itself is transcendental and mysterious in this way, so why not art. Maybe that’s why Kandinsky tried to consider art a spiritual silence of creation and destruction. He thinks it doesn’t matter where an artist sitting on the apex of any horizontal line of the triangle, but it does matter what he sees or feel in his ‘within’ by sitting there… Continue reading When the image is born (Part_2) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Absolute Truth and the Truth Paradox (for the nonce a final part) ⇒ Bloggers on debate

The working-method of science is not relative to truthfulness. Confidence that “my theory is true” and the condition of the theory (as Hawking mentioned in his book) are quite different. Scientific philosophy is impersonal to the fact, and experimental to the reality. The pragmatism of scientific theory could never work in deductive way what philosophy (and theology also) can do in great extent./… We want to relate science (in extent of truth-paradox and true God) only for three reasons: i. to know something evidential facts of the material world and the body-biology, ii. to infer the evolution process on solid ground of natural selection and genetic evolution (includes the DNA sequencing), iii. to materialize the metaphysical ideas by including the de facto approval of -what reality has to be and what it is. Continue reading Absolute Truth and the Truth Paradox (for the nonce a final part) ⇒ Bloggers on debate