Sketch for a Theory of Persistent Passions (v) – The Finale

That which is final can’t be finite since it’s impossible to conclude the examination of our ultimate objectives; seeing as the very defining of a motive is a negation due to the fact that raison d’être is always subject to the environment of its formation. Also, a thing outside the frame of thought, that which is tangible, is still a vital part of the whole and although a fragment can be distinguishable from entirety, the whole is not discoverable without reference to the part; just like personality is an expression of character, which is the mould of habit and one cannot expect to fully understand another’s persona outside the context of their activities.

4 Comments on “Sketch for a Theory of Persistent Passions (v) – The Finale”

  1. vivachange77 says:

    I was never good at math but I appreciate your complex construction of a theory. 🙂

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  2. Since even writing is an activity, the above is verity.

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  3. ☺ makes two of us… the hope is that with time I’ll be able to express ideas more simply, that’ll be the true mark of improvement

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  4. Good to know it comes across as such, thank you ☺

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