Toward a Philosophy of the Act

  1. Being in the world results in the ability to create thoughts that are based on that world which are in themseles unique.
  2. I came into this world and therefore I participate in it by doing acts.
  3. The words and the ideas gain point through unity of the world and existence in the world as they are being experiences and space becomes the real unique object in which we participate.
  4. The abstraction leads to fall of this form of Being and therefore the abstracts are not of things and they are not done with iving in mind as they exist outside of Being (what)
  5. The eternal meaning is a way we act deed, but it is etrenity of particular object as it falls of with the value it has.
  6. the lack of reference to the Being in which we act forces a text to become empty possilibitity without use.
  7. The experienced life despite its particulariness, becomes the base of all statements as it is the basis of individuality of one.
  8. The possibility comes from the universal, the acutality and uniqueness comes from existence in Being as individual. The external concepts are a result of this existence in the world.
  9. The existence as unique creates the basis of all experiences and determines the way in which we actualise and reafirm it.
  10. Systematization and logical methods are not of interest, but of interest is the task of description of how assertions become from Being in the world.
  11. The aesthetic seeing determines the way of how we see nd the undestanding world-as-event in which we participate.
  12. The architectonic unity as contrapointed towards the false systematic unity. The being is arranged around human being as it is human being in their participatory bieng the element which determinas value.
  13. The experiece of the event is based on the position of the participanent in being, and therefore all judgements will be biased because of that.
  14. The value-judgements can be different depending on the circumstances and cannot be derived into logical sets of sentences that could be easy to understand.
  15. Aesthetic seeing allows for understanding all elemetns of creation as human Being becoms the central to Being
  16. Love is the basis for understanding as it respects Being as human being which is manifold and will always be misunderstood.
  17. The analysis of the object can be only done with love.
  18. Human being participates formally and contentually in Being as it is spatial objectt, from which realtion to the world abstract eerms are dervied
  19. The limits of mortal being enforce the ability to posses abstract concepts as they break with this mortal limits.
  20. The understanding of external world in the next show how the creation of non-self comes a log as we are able t osee the other as an object that is outside of our capability.
  21. The being of the subject and other exist as it escapes the position of the subject.
  22. The realtion between subject and other shows how it can be seen in many ways and it can be read as how the other becomes even more other for the author.
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  24. The temporal moment of creation generates the position of the subject and how usffering was extended in time for him.
  25. The differences between spaces of hero and heroine show how abstraction is needed to take care of emotions of the author.
  26. The time creates suffering for author in space as he has too suffer.
  27. The stress of the author also can be expereinced in the work.
  28. ‚ź£The existence of the chaacaters causes the will toward a limit of horizon of the experience and the ability to reapproach with ideals.
  29. The possibilities define the horzion as parting is dependent upon the possibility of co-existence on a single plane, despite the seperation.
  30. The difference of position causes the ability to understand uniqeu experience of both heroes as both have negative aspect of spatial difference.
  31. The experience as event enfores how world recreates experience and physicality of abstract concepts in the text which themselves enforce the view that is. The idea of Italy is diferent from anyone, but this does not cause relativism as it is Being-as-event which allows transcendental truth trough unity trough uniqueness.
  32. Everything in the text was once-occurent, but depspite it creates the event-eternity in which theyt are freed from the context and connect with all Beings as part of existence.
  33. Each moment is once-occurent and itself creates uniqueness of human being which allows for unity of Being.
  34. The world in text is itself Other, I am just looking how the architectonic works on me, but still stands as an outside and I do experience it, but t does not experience me.
  35. The human being and self are different as the experience is always of me and not of human being.
  36. The act-performing conciousness as the basis of definitoons as I create the true conciousness on which I can understand Being and other human beings as of their conciousnesses.
  37. The contraposition of I an the other creates basis fo ontological view that gives objects that are dpeendent on the standpoint of hte character and the limits of understanding.
  38. The two-plane character of the world determines the way we see objects as others are everything that is not me and how the value statements of that kind come about.
  39. Being-as-event determines the way in which deeds come as the method of the world being determined by the contrposition of I and other, where those different elements contradict each other and build upon notion of solipsism.
  40. There was no previous scientific expresion of the othre occording the Bachtin and he was able to notice this contraposition in his own wya lol.

Bakhtin, Bakhtin! What is supposed to be done with you? Is your idea of the other new, for sure it isn't! But in this particular way you descibed it, using freshest tools of phenomonological philsophy, you were first - in the 20s! The other and I are different object, which both can be misunderstood, but only true complete analysis we can get somewhere with this analysis. The particular is the particular that is experienced, and the universal is the universal of experienced particulars and human expierenced limits. Innatanes as reality of human being and therefore creating philosohpy that attempts to give a notion of the other, but also negate it through innate aspects and ability to understanding universals as universals with transposition of his own limits and his own horizons. God is dead, and it does not matter!