Meaning and Context: A Brief Introduction

Journal of Consciousness Exploration & Research 12 (4):356-382 (2021)
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In searching for what is the most natural way to regard the world, it will be shown that existence is an interplay between meanings and contexts. This interplay takes the form of consciousness, which arises on top of an infinite ocean of formless contexts. Various aspects of meaning and context will be explored, going through the emergent structure of consciousness, self-reference, the contradictory nature of the formless realm and love as the ultimate context for existence. Given the infinite ramifications of contexts being formless, only a brief introduction can ever be given.

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