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

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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

Foucault’s Human, A Fabled Conversation about the Reality of knowing, Part_2 ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

When you think about the objective of knowing you should have thought about the purpose that does it capable to think in different way. Does it have its own resistance to standing on the geometric 90-degree? Does it have capacity to bear the aggressive attack by the power-oriented powerful societal being? Today’s philosophical discourse is sitting on its banyan tree with an empty hand. He achieved lot from the archaeology and lost more than he achieved. Continue reading Foucault’s Human, A Fabled Conversation about the Reality of knowing, Part_2 ⇒ Kirno Sohochari