Through expression, verbalizing, sounding, gesticulating, etc., we penetrate the layers of experience and, in doing so, nullify all else outside the expressive act. It thrusts forward as a thetic experience which, through its given-ness, distinguishes itself in the formal actualized world. We create a “place” within the intention and neutralize the not-intended. The singular character of expression, in its becoming, is cast from its origin in presupposition to the surface of the present. Within this presumptive attitude, all reflection seeks what is impenetrable. It arrives at that which experience intends through a willingness to exclude the “what if” and replace it with the dogmatic character of “what is.”
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