vineri, 2 martie 2012

Note on Truth and Expectation

The expectation from the objects of knowledge to become known is will to truth, but also will to dissipate the state of expectation.

The social experience of the comfort of ceasing the expectation we have regarding others determines the will to truth to become lower than the desire for grasping what is expected.

Like the finding of others suppose a less or more amount of abandoning of your individual will you expressed in your previous state of loneliness, the fulfillment of expectations regarding the objects of knowledge makes forgotten the personal will to truth.

As different from the meeting with otherness when you abandon to others, the abandon to what you expect in knowledge is still a form of remaining to yourself, but a self deprived of that individuality clearly configured in the will to truth.