L2 enchant hack 2020
Pressed with requests to go home and eager to prolong his studies, he is now becoming fascinated with Mimamsa, in which ultimately everything of substance or value is seen as in heterocosmic affinity with the Vedas. At the same time he knows his real goal is enlightenment, that poise and equanimity of mind that belongs to the great ones he has encountered in his life: Pythagoras, Buddha, Krishna and perhaps Laozi. How can everything be achieved in such a small compass of time? He sets out once more for the Himalayas, this time in search of the renowned herbal drug soma (which is coincidentally the Greek for body), which is reputed to give immortal life. He finds it without too much difficulty and takes some back with him on his return trip to Greece. He returns home as rapidly as he can, and thence goes back to Croton, where he presents the old Pythagoras with his huge manuscripts. Besides philosophy, he has also taken back much medical knowledge, Indian epistemology and logic, linguistics, numerology, astrology and astronomy. At this pivotal juncture, L14 sees two versions – in parallel, as on a split screen, of the rest of L2’s life (equally confirmed by (and for that matter denied by the other) L2).
Second, we note again the energy influx that occurs with freedom from unnecessary for ms of constraint or heteronomous determination. This sense of transcendence as TIC (웂) of course identifies transcendence with union with the unbounded or unboundedness itself; and thus by a short route with union with the Divine, and the process of immanentisation of transcendent being (or accessing the already (ontologically) immanent (epistemically) transcendent within us). Transcendence is essential to scientific discovery and all human activity. Thus in the logic of scientific discovery there is, as we have just noted, a moment of transcendence within the process of transcendence, when a new transcending or sublating concept emerges (which is just another name for transcendence). Such a concept can be neither induced nor deduced from the existing field of data, but emerges ‘out of the blue’, from the space between or beyond, from nowhere, ex nihilo (out of nothing/non-being/absence (perhaps in moments of silence, play or rest, such as sleep)). Of course the ground for the creative discovery must be prepared. Thus it is typically from a transcendent cause on to an immanent ground, but creativity is essential to all human agency. Every human act is not only a transformation of what pre-existed it but also de novo, a novelty, a new beginning. In this sense it mirrors and mimics the creation. Emergence generally, as the bipolar positive dual or correlative of absence, has the same logical form as the transcendence involved in human creativity but does not essentially involve consciousness, or at least self-consciousness, in the way the latter does.