The Incidental Corridor No.321

Subject and object are distinct to themselves, however they become related through the subject-object consciousness even though they still own their original attributes. The awareness of their natural arrangement forms through the mediating force that exists as a field of immediate observance. Through this cognizant coming together of subject-object, the temporal order of things remains unbroken and, within the corridor of understanding, is laid out before the subject and becomes an object for understanding. The subject, in his understanding and observation, conditioned by the world that comprises his surroundings, is a free subject, yet still confined to the natural horizon of his existence. He is bound, ethically and morally, to act through the knowledge he has nurtured from the moment he fell into the world.

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