A Eulogy to Time

The question of the meaning of Being must be formulated. HEIDEGGER 1962:24 What is the meaning of Being? Being is, or refers to, or is defined as… But what does it mean? Being means nothing; nothing said about Being will elucidate the meaning of Being. Being is Time, (supposedly) conjectured Heidegger. But, again, what does…

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Curating the Archive

The prima materia of perception is not the world. The prima materia of perception is memory. As our eyes linger on the object of their gaze, the memory gives way to what is really being seen. The eyes do not travel; they travel with the body.  Charles Sanders Peirce established a trichotomy of signs, which Silverstein explains thus: “the…

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