When the image is born (Part-1) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

… ‘Life’s appearance and omission in the world, its presence or absence from the surface, all these are nothing but an illusion of our dizzy mind. Images have born and dissolved into the surface but the essence of images remains even after the annihilation happened. This essence might be the prehistoric element that never dies and that’s why images are born over to repeat the tiresome jingle of life. Every new image is the resonance of old images; every newish venture somehow linked with the prehistoric ventures happened in the remote past. Images are the repeater of that ambiguity where nothing has gonna vanished for forever. Both poets painted the same imagery in a different context. They deliver the same message but the ways of contrasting images are different…This is the landing zone of art ‘where everything is seemingly over, where everything looked as if they omit in vain and none is there who can whisper that he exists to talk with the silence.’ Without this poetry cannot get its end and painting can never be born… Continue reading When the image is born (Part-1) ⇒ 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

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

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