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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

We tackle problems, which always are new, from an old pattern. This causes absence

We don´t know how we unprejudiced can observe a problem.

We want to deduce a result of the problem, we want an answer, we have set us a goal when we seek to solve it; and we try to interpret the problem from our joy or pain; or we already have an answer to how the problem can be treated.

In this way we begin to tackle with the problem, which always is new, and treat it from an old pattern, our images of life.

And in that way we are the problem absent, we are outside it as theorists, and then you have the opposition between the observer and the observed.

And this is to have your identity in an absence.

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