Many of us might have become accustomed to seeing our communications with others as exchanges of information. In exchanging information with each other, we might easily think of our considerateness to our counterparts: we care about to whom we are talking, of what relevance what we’re communicating has for our counterparts, or how politely we … More Alternate and diegetic successions between the acts of reading and authoring
In the previous post, I argue that time is created as we use words. We perceive a sense of temporality without a watch or a clock. Then, we do not have to have a watch or a clock to account for time. So understanding is important because clock time appears to constrain in significant ways … More Three distinct agencies of words
Time is important to diversify possible alternative plots. Probably, it is not very difficult to imagine that if you had 28 hours a day, what you can do would become different even if in varying ways. What time is, however, remains obscure since St. Augustine. I would define time as evidence that human beings are capable … More Narrative time and chronological/cosmological time
In this blog, I would like to pursue possibilities to diversify plots, which refer to one’s skills and knowledge to configure and re-figure a variety of events and phenomena into particular meaningful wholes. We know that as we go about everyday lives, we make sense out of them. Also, we perceive that despite sheer variances … More Hello world!