Tuesday, 8 March 2011

The violence of standing still. Inside a system, bound to one's environment, it is possible to discover an optimal energy level to define matter. An optimal interaction of matter to proceed to simple and then complex structures or elements, to proceed to life, to complex organisms and then back again.These optimal states are echoed in the complex societies of complex organisms. Once such states are attained they offer up great scope for ambiguity... The mistake of a dominant and true paradigm ordering a complexity of interaction is the primary mistake and yet everyone senses that there is a dominant and true paradigm ordering a complexity unto completion. Such an over model cannot be accessed by under model and every higher model entered must by definition remain under the over model or the order within its experience will be made illusion and become disordered because it is lacking an overriding model. This is dysfunctional and this is also the demonstration of just how wide a width band certain optimal states are provided with. Indeed, dysfunction is also the noise of one optimal state skipping over into the next or another or into Death.Dysfunction needs to be made to feel more comfortable. It needs a reprieve, to be made to feel less alien when discovered side by side with adaptation. If not then the negative function of dysfunction, its ugly familiarity, will continue to perpetuate an ever more simplified progression of tragedy (soon to be barely indistinguishable from celebrity).There does remain a distinction between one order and organising. "What comes into appearance" writes Goethe "must segregate in order to appear."

Duality is a graceful functioning of unity. Sensation, our senses, some curiosity and our communication - no matter how muffled or desperate - these are our feeble yet persistent needs that always stand at the start of organisation and our feeble organisation is but the gracing function of duality echoing that which cannot be echo, unity.


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