In determining what cause is behind a leap into the imagination, one must consider that self-consciousness, in its connection to experience, adheres to the knowledge gained through all experiences and becomes, for itself, its own manifold of causes determined by the universal and what has gone before it. This leap, or cause, is the “experience of experience” and links together all events and eventualities while simultaneously producing a horizon in which one is left to engage and ruminate. The fullness of the unknown, before becoming an essential experience, which all experiences are, is inherent in consciousness and is the force of causality. It is the conjunction and transformation of thoughts that produce a knowing which is universal, carrying forward into a future of further unknowns. The “imagining” is the process of seeking that which is not, in the realm of certainty of an impossible possibility.
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