The Incidental Concept No. 518

Concepts are momentary presentations evolving from a self-identical understanding. All expression and, thusly, all intentions, follow from a source which presupposes an understanding. This force, or law, provides a ‘meaning,’ or, plainly, the concept of the concept. Every thought is one thought. It can never repeat itself or be presented as what was before present. It exists only once and coalesces with an understanding which, in turn, allows consciousness to bridge from its super-sensible realm and cross into the factual world. Within the concept new thoughts timelessly present themselves, but, only in regard to a particular concept and not from the empirical universe of experience. It precedes experience and shapes it to exist congruently with an understanding of what is and what should be.

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