I have a question connected to the assignment, Jack gave for this week.
What is the difference between a “meaning” and a “timed-out meaning”?
Here is my understanding and my contribution.
One reference is:
The self or subject is really an object timed out by “time”. The known object is equally given by “time”. TSK 170
Reading this I can say that timed-out meaning is a meaning already given a frozen meaning. A meaning not timed-out is alive and always changing.
The quality of separation is also timed-out. A meaning timed-out is based on frozen memories of the past, separated from what is going on now.
So, what do you think?
yes, thank you, that makes my stuck mind move again on this point.
My sense is that a meaning in itself is a frozen thing, timed-out by nature already.
So to talk about a ” non- timed- out” meaning does not really make sense to me.
A “non-timed-out” meaning is not a meaning anymore, but maybe something like time happening, presenting.
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