This seamless crystal chromosphere which long outshines the sun,Will cure me of mortality, my final goal is won.(Wu Yun, Cantos on Pacing the Void, T'ang Dynasty [pronounced "tarng"])Not surprisingly, Haegglund's Radical Atheism finds the concept of eternity as well as presence, problematic.Markova on Time'No drugoe ponimanie razvitiia nauki, gde potok vremenie perestaet byt' nepreryvnoi i bessperevoinoi, avansy.But another understanding of the development of science, where the flow of time ceases to be continuous and uninterrupted, advances.'Togda osozanie vremeni ne dolzhno byt' kak strolka.Then the comprehension of time must not be an arrow.'(The Beginning in Science and Humanity)
One of the wondrous things about thinking about the universe, is the unknown question of if the universe is either infinite, or finite. If it is finite, where does it end, and how can such a thing be explained. And likewise, if it is infinite, how can we wrap our minds around the concept of actual infinity. (Image removed from quote.)
Deleuze's Eternal Problem: Difference and Repetitionhttps://entropymag.org/deleuzes-eternal-problem-difference-and-repetition/
Some say Cantor, Boltzman and Goedel went insane thinking about infinity.
Well, did they go insane because they thought about infinity, or did they think about infinity because they were insane?
Upanishads, and Deleuze as well: "If you get trapped in the dreams of the Other, you're f***ed." We would roll with Artaud before we did the mathematicians: "My lucid unreason is not afraid of chaos." (Manifesto in Clear Language)
We suggest that the theologies of eternity be compared with Haegglund's Radical Atheism: Derrida and the Time of Life. If that does'nt mutate one's semiotics of eternity, there are other machines that can and should. "So many ego-deaths, such little time.'(Gumby Does the Mississippi)
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