An Enquiry into the Nature of our Relationship with Reality

Pari Perspectives 10 (Consciousness):pp.122-128 (2021)
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Abstract

What do we mean by ‘reality’? Merging philosophical insights with contemporary art, Tine Wilde lets us consider and contemplate who and what we ‘really’ are. Working on artists’ book Zero Point, the article presents a brief overview of her thoughts, relating a spatial-geometrical perspective to the quest for self-knowledge, and subsequently extrapolating the findings to the notion of unknown knowledge.

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The Outsider.Colin Wilson - 1963 - TarcherPerigee.

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