All things as objects presented to consciousness are spontaneously and immediately perceived. Their peculiarity is the variance which differentiates what is sensed from the sensing, and is also the point of separation as all objects exist on the “other side” of consciousness and are never really part of it. They exist in and for themselves. The way in which they present themselves, however, is never static and infinitely interchangeable. There contents remain the same but their mode of appearing is always changing. They are inadequate representations of their own appearance. In this sense there is always something about them which can be further enriched and explored. Through their particularity they offer a temporary posturing and through their infinite potentiality are outside of consciousness and experienced as “acts” of perception.
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