Tag Archives: phenomenology
A representation has a presence all its own.
Reasoning is compulsive for one who has not learned to suspend it.
The suspension of discourse keeps a number of things—cognition, judgment, and narration—from arising.
Support: an overpowering sensation dissolves ego and thought at the same time.
The trick is to see that this “how things are not” is built into the “how things are.”
The eye always on the lookout for hypocrisy has looked right past the reality of appearances.
Anything that appears appears to be something other than it is.
This entails showing what it is not, how it came to be, and why it could be otherwise.