The Principle Of Two Routes upon objects:
“…the key is not excluding myself or including the exclusionary clause in statements about truth.
…I am not claiming that “constructing wholeness” is not an opinion, only that it’s exists within two frameworks that are reconciled by moving to one side, by ‘believing’ that one of the ‘sides’ is the truth. But ‘in truth’ they do not reconcile.
Science makes no exclusionary claims on what is true of existence. It makes claims about what reality is doing. But this claim, of science not making exclusionary ontological claims, is true.
We thus may have found another fact of how consciousness is functioning.
Such a proposal includes phenomenal reality in its description without relying upon its ability to totally inscribe a subject. ”
–Cedric Nathaniel. Granary Collage. 1/23