being of things consists not of our notions of them, nor our ideations of them;
nor do things consist of the Kantian thing-in-itself or as independent entities;
rather things consist of the balancing link between the thing-in-itself and our
ideations of the thing-in-itself. The balance between these two points of
consciousness cannot be perceived alone; what is needed to comprehend it is a
sense of the meta-rational. The meta-rational is not, like the irrational,
posited against the rational; rather, it is the step beyond mere rationality,
the point at which foreign elements become important to consciousness.
There is space between time, space between space, and
space between causes.
This space between is, in one sense, an intuition.
Space Between, in this sense, is an intuition of Being.
Space Between cannot be named except as such; naming
entails a certain confinement.
Space Between can possess us between thoughts.
Space Between may be seen as an extension of the
principle “Negative Capability” beyond aesthetics.
Space Between, in fact, may be seen as what
consciousness is between thoughts.
Space Between in the selfness of what is beyond us.
Space Between, as transcendent will, is solid being
congealed in a momentary sensation.
The mind must divide originally because the body itself
is a plurality.
The mind’s structure finds its mirror in the body’s
plurality; but the mind’s wholeness is not self-apparent.
The body is plural, yet it moves together; the mind is
plural and moves plurally; that is, it is capable of moving in many directions
The mind moving the body is conscious thought; the body
moving the mind is unconscious impulse (thought).
Plurality is the ultimate dividing thought.
Adam Fieled 2001-2013