‘The reverse side also has a reverse side’. Subjective objectification, objective subjectification.
Nietzsche speaks of this space stating; ‘There are no facts, only interpretations’, dampening his own statement for the fact that it may only be an interpretation. Democritus addresses a similar idea that ‘Nothing exists except atoms and empty space; everything else is opinion’, diluting his own stand for the fact that his is also only an opinion. When one is conscious of and a witness to this debilitation (dampening and dilution), a new space emerges, where distinct identities commingle.
Beneath the apparent word and image, lies a universality where differences unite and contradictions cease to exist.
This is a space devoid of separation where one can be busy, idling time, everything is nothing, absence is presence and presence is absence,
either, or, neither, nor…


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