Hegelian Reversals and Platonic Caves
There Maybe Another World Outside the Cave - Looks Like Europa
In a Hegelian reversal, our minds would not exist without the body. Innate to the sensibilities of Darwinian teachings, symbiotic and symbolic change is manifest. Both the mind and the body evolved to its current state of glory and perfected imperfection; an adaptation to the environment and the social structures necessary for flourishing and survival. The mind, as we know it, came "online" approximately 50,000 years ago. This timeline of natural history is described as Prehistory with a bone of a bird used as a sewing needle and found in the Denisova Cave in Siberia, Russia. "X woman" refers to the maternal descent of mitochondrial DNA found in this "Bear Cave". Assuming we had enough DNA to reanimate this woman, would her identity be “resubstantiated”? This ancient bone-needle represents a metaphorical anchor point of perspective. A planksip® ontology threaded through time through the eyes of Newton's Giants.
2 Become 1: The Right Image is Never Absolute
The merger between art and artist is ephemeral. Open for interpretation the community can contribute at will, this stage play and performance, commanded by the narrative is not a restriction but a path forward. Contribute, if you are up to the challenge.
Daniel Sanderson planksip® Founder & Philosopher ...