The philosophy of “thrown in”

There are things.

When I say this I am more interested in the fact of knowing. I am confronted with things. I do not how I have knowledge of these things. But the fact that this the first act that makes me aware of something.

I am “thrown in” to this knowing, this act of sensing, perceiving, and conceiving without a choice. Only later through reflection that I will realise I cannot know things without actual sensation, perception, and conception.

This kind of process is specific to me being the being that I am.

3 thoughts on “The philosophy of “thrown in”

  1. landzek

    “This kind of process is specific to me being the being that I am.”

    I would change it to a more challenging meaning:

    “This kind of process is specific to being.”

    “Me”. And “I” lessens the impact of the truth.

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