Action, as in an Unavoidable Illusion
- Action depends upon the description of the senses as in an unavoidable illusion, alike.
- The one thing is nothing left but happens to exist, as experience is at the moment and inefficient.
- Since things may pass for nothing, if all existing things must be in common, such a good many things that thing.
- They have no error can have no error in the entire mass of suffering, some say.
- Response: It is a great grasping, the act of thought, is so anxious and so must be written into one.
Composed in collaboration with Gnoetry 0.2 and the following source texts:
Ludwig Wittgenstein, Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus
Gertrude Stein (Selections), GERTBOT Base Nature Texts
Nagarjuna, Seventy Stanzas
Sir Thomas More, Utopia
Immanuel Kant (trans. Meiklejohn), The Critique of Pure Reason