Tag Archives: ontology
Most invocations of “category mistake” partake of a category mistake.
Philip Glass’ major works are extended processes. His musical life, too, is an extended process.
An intelligent puzzle film compels the viewer to examine their ontological assumptions.
There is no need to turn it into a lack.
The things in this universe are innumerable and cannot be counted. The things of this world are impermanent and cannot be counted upon.
It is more like somebody staring into something strange in the mirror.
People think that if their children look like them, things are staying the same. But that a child is born is proof enough that each is new.
My apologies to elements, energy, matter, ideas, and other candidates.
Being—I know right?