Tuesday, June 21, 2016

How Ideas Emerge

Observations are made and the peculiar is touched upon. The peculiarity is a pattern that strikes the observer. Even within the mind of the observer, the ideas learned are met with actively. There is a unique response to these ideas external and internal. From this interaction emerges an idea, overlooked. This is identified as the new or the novel. The experience is an impact felt by being. Without interaction with the experience no idea can be obtained, no pattern noticed and no sensory input processed. One cannot deny ideas unless one cannot make sense of the experience or observation at all. If the observation is not made, there is no observer even if there is being. Thus novelty of ideas emerges from the peculiarity of being.

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