Friday, July 18, 2014

Best Phenomenology Quotes by Nathan Coppedge

"[In the process of analysis], [E]gressions become reflections, while analyses become embodiments".

"It can be seen that there are exceptional cases which describe worlds which are not cognitive, or thoughts which are not worlds, and this duplication is nonetheless like an axis admitting of intermediaries between the self and the world, similar to what Latour called intension, but which I prefer to call impressionism (italics kept in original)"

"True pleasure is such that it cannot be faulted in its degree"

"Space in some sense, is more exponential than time"

"the study (of phenomenology) has been classically divided into informal paradises and formal obsessions".

"(Phenomenology is) ... a subject of anthropological proportions"

"[I]n some sense, in phenomenology, everything is alive"

"Much depends on the reducibility of an object that only succeeds by infinite extension"

"Without meaninglessness, there would be measureless pride in any act. But who is to say that the meaningless absolutely exists? Apparently, life is an act of pride"

All quotes come from the as-yet-unpublished Dimensional Phenomenologist's Toolkit, scheduled to be released in 2016.

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