What is always at play outside the incidental corridor is the law of forces which appears to itself in being indifferent to the law which is, in fact, its own law. The appearance is always immediate and unchangeable, even if it is in flux. Therefore, once perceived, it can no longer be subject to its own law but becomes undermined and challenged by opposition to itself. This opposition remains with the observer of the appearance who, by perceiving, alters the appearance to bring it in line with the understanding of it. Through this immediate sense is the force which first appeared and, through this appearance, becomes that which is real and not some imaginary product of consciousness. Existence itself precedes consciousness and, in turn, consciousness precedes its own essence.
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