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Offline Spiny Norman

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Re: There is only space and movement
« Reply #30 on: October 21, 2017, 01:47:10 am »
Movement can only be perceived when there is affirmation of self. Emptiness of self entails emptiness of movement.  :fu:

So what would your version be?

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Re: There is only space and movement
« Reply #31 on: October 21, 2017, 03:08:35 am »
Movement can only be perceived when there is affirmation of self. Emptiness of self entails emptiness of movement.  :fu:

So what would your version be?
Whatever is posited as X in the statement 'There is only X' if that X does not cover the statement as such then the outcome necessarily is an inconsistent statement.
That means that there are some X which may be applied that entail a consistent statement provided that the statement is understood to be self-referential. E.g. If X = 'emptiness' then the statement 'There is only emptiness' has to be understood to be an emptiness itself. Or if X = 'imputation' then the statement 'There is only imputation' has to be understood to be an imputation itself.

 


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