Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 73: Structures and Time

Philosophy of the Keexzus, No. 73: Structures and Time.

The structuring of the institution is of mind.

All thoughts and experiences up to this moment. Thoughts of past and future project from thoughts and experiences. A sculpture is cut. It wills itself to remain eternal, indestructible. It delights itself in its perceived knowing. The thing is not life. It is sculpture. It is a thing to be perceived. The institution, as mind, wants to construct and restructure time.

A structure is built on foundations of the ideological. Institutions house articles of symbolic orders. The corridors of these narratives exist in collective mind, the suturing of collective dreams. Fragmentation of consciousness encased in flesh equals life. The separate experience of consciousness occurs. The first identification is with mind.

Structures agree with time.