Date: Mon Jul 22 2002 - 11:25:46 MDT

On 22 Jul 2002 at 11:23, Blunderov wrote:

> Wrote
> <snip>
> Why would such a thing be difficult or impossible in reality when
> ideally it is feasible? For three reasons: the finitude of the brain,
> the anchoring of
> perception, and the ego-epistemology of partial knowing.
> <snap>
> in the context of ego-less apprehension of reality
> [Blunderov]
> Without wishing to imply that I know a great deal about Zen Buddhism, it
> is my understanding that the essential thing is to take, as it were,
> inaction rather than action. Brains are designed for the purpose of
> taking action and, from my own experience, it seems to be no easy matter
> to get the chattering to stop.
> The idea that; our meaning derives wholly from our relationships, is one
> to which I can unreservedly subscribe. It seems to me the rest of your
> argument follows seamlessly from this premise.
> Wrap it up, I'll take it!
> Warm regards

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