Because such a world believes itself to possess knowledge and truth – and will always try to enforce these to design society, or even the whole world, accordingly. The fully enlightened world does not tolerate secrets – and hence it … Weiterlesen
Goethe already stated that one could only see what one knows. This was further substantiated by the physicist Helmholtz around 1850, who was able to proof that the human eye could neither see right angles nor parallel lines. It is … Weiterlesen
Only fatalistic egocentricity wants to believe that what one perceives as I is really what the I is.
Fortunately, Heine did not live to experience other vehicles and airplanes that kill space. But, because we treat time and space as a whole, the impression of an acceleration of time intensifies.
Forests are complex. Something beautiful or scary may lurk and suddenly materialise behind shrubs or trees. There are no predefined paths, instead the ways through the forests are winding and, in a good sense, bewildering. One is confused and, when … Weiterlesen