Thoughts on essential philosophy ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… Philosophy is not science because it begins from where science has ended with its apparently proven condition. Alike philosophy has nothing to do with religion when it followed the same fashion and gripped conclusion. Philosophy is the utterance of disagreement; a penetration, that is, something has remained in the conclusion for further refutation… Philosophy is for chaos, not for the peaceful settlement of decided propositions. Those who are afraid of chaos they are the believer; who are fearless they might be the seeker of truth… Truth in religion means settlement. It means reverse in philosophy; and that is, —disagreement… Continue reading Thoughts on essential philosophy ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

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

… Every unspoken state of “being” prolonged the uncanny silence and human-like “being” cannot resist this, nor he is capable to escape from it. Dealing own existence with instinctive animalism might easy for all other “being” but the same thing is difficult for a human “being”. Humans can talk through language where they try to mean their beingness by this. Language is Nature to other animals. It helps them to survive in Nature oriented environment. Humans differentiate them by escaped from the Natural animalism where language itself the part of yonder isms. This separation is the first dialectical step for human beings, and now he bound to express his beingness through the dialectical language that he got from the unknown source. Language is the only medium that can speak for him, despite the threat that is, —every spoken word rewarded the “being” suffering pain and contradiction… Why the interception happened when “being and language” coexists to make a connection between them? —this question insists Žižek differ with Heidegger… Continue reading Duel with language and the way Slavoj Žižek encoded Heidegger (Second Segment) ⇒ 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

1 sighted reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… A reality is not fictional or metaphysical, and not that it is absent; it exists without any justification of anybody; yes, reality itself is not fictional but the perception is fictitious here. We all pertained with a massive unconscious and tried to feel the unconscious through our imagery perception, so far our body-mind allowed us to watch and perceived it. That is the ambiguities of our existence that we can interpret our action as a 1, can write down our entire detail in a book, which can narrate our intelligence as a unique 1 of the whole universe, but all this are fictitious, imagined by the fictional mind of me or anybody else… Continue reading 1 sighted reality ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

Intersection-reality: where poetry meets mathematics ⇒ JoAnne Growney’s post-contribution in Poetry with mathematics blog

The necessity of mathematics needed here to depict a pragmatic logical picture that was maybe more metaphysical in poetics and philosophy, but it doesn’t mean or ensure that the poet’s (and philosophers) imagination about reality is false and mathematical model is utterly true. We could say mathematical model sound better to reasoning the reality indeed. This is the “intersection” between poetry and mathematics, which JoAnne Growney mentioned in her blog-site’s refrain… Continue reading Intersection-reality: where poetry meets mathematics ⇒ JoAnne Growney’s post-contribution in Poetry with mathematics blog

Why are we here? ⇒ Identical twins Pierre and Paul’s post in “the landscape of reality” blog

The visible nature perhaps the first manuscript for human, from where the first curious quest begun, “Who I’m and why I be here?” Answer is yet multiplied and relative by the fact of reality. The existence of “everything” is real when anybody thinks it real, and on the opposite, yonder reality seems not real when anybody considers the rhythmic infusion of the “everything”… The answer (“Who I’m and why I be here?”), is greatly depended to the realization of this spellbound alteration, where the definition (of reality) is bound to rotate by the accord interlinked alteration. The identical twins tried to dig out the great question by following the most recent scientific progress on Anthropic Principle, which is now tried to explain the reason of existence. Continue reading Why are we here? ⇒ Identical twins Pierre and Paul’s post in “the landscape of reality” blog

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