We speak between two moments of silence. The first is pre-reflective thought, a transmutation which is bound up in its own force. The second moment is the reciprocal reflection which gives meaning to the first. It’s the distinctive character of being ‘calling’ out the subject, pulling him into the corridor of universality; transcending from the depths of non-being, from that which does not become being without leaving itself to become what it is and, simultaneously, that which it never was. Being is pure notion and projection. It’s baseless. It is spirit unbound and eternal, falling-into-the-world in order to free itself from the dark abyss of its own silence.
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