A New Year’s Eve Reflection

Artwork by Keaton Tycer

Artwork by Keaton Tycer

Considering consciousness through Heidegger’s Poetry, Language, Thought

What can we discover but some concealed aspect of self always already in the world? Reflection lights appearance with the eye of apperception. There the building of dwelling being arises to wed the seeming distant points of self and self as other.  Is that other self divine by the subconscious love we bear ourselves?  Is it divine for prototype seeming of what we know as human, where we are our own measuring rod, looking glass?  Is the power of the divine seeming image, something apparent whether or not existant outside (inside?) the eye that looks, merely the aesthetic experience–the emotion borne on the sensation of ourselves sensing ourselves as something by nature beauty bearing?

About thepoetsglass

Professor, poet, philosophical dilettante, plus some other impressively heady alliterations. Instructional designer and copywriter. Cognitive neuroscientist by night. Self-diagnosed coffee addict, sometime dancer, brooding bibliophile, and an always salty sailor.
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