True Nothing: Radical Exclusion

 

In looking for True Nothing you must remember to exclude any sensory or cognitive or affective representation of it as Object.

True Nothing is radically exclusive, hence inexpressible. Or rather, is expressible only as Self-Eating Expression, only as in the symbol ‘0’.

In looking for True Nothing, you must remember to exclude any sensory or cognitive representation of it as Object. [In looking for True Everything,  you must remember to include the Looking-Subject.]

True Nothing Says: ‘You cannot have any kind of relationship with me.

You cannot see me, smell me, love me or hate me, grasp me or recoil from me. You cannot appraise me or comprehend me, give me features or properties or tendencies…’

Any and every name, attribute, aspect, feature, property, quality, you assign to True Nothing misdirects you from True Nothing. It is best to hold your tongue.

 


Also See: ‘The ‘Not’