Logos (can also) = meaning.

“In the beginning was the Meaning, and the Meaning was with God, and the Meaning was God. The same was in the beginning with God.” John 1




{(^M,M{G}, M=G)^/G}

M is a function of ontological implication. Any ‘thing’ whatsoever has M in solum, minus reference to anything else, (since “all things were made by/thru M, and without M nothing came to be that is”)

[Note how when discussing the E.R. Nietzsche conceives of ‘Eternity’ as an existent someplace or other into which ‘the Moment’ vanishes.]

[Compare to your “Time & Reality” analysis where the past has no ontological reality or being…] ___________________

See “Ideasthesia”
(“In Normal Perception”) in Wiki:


Synesthesia / Ideasthesia

(See TEDed film)

“This indicates that behind Kiki-Bouba effect lies a rich semantic network. In other words, our sensory experience is largely determined by the meaning that we assign to stimuli. Food description and wine tasting is another domain in which ideasthetic association between flavor and other modalities such as shape may play an important role. These semantic-like relations play a role in successful marketing; the name of a product should match its other characteristics.”


In light of the above mentioned film, consider:

” ‘Cogito ergo sum’
implies a realm of Absolute Meaning…
…beyond imagination
…beyond hypothetical existence of an ‘omnium sensorium’ (L. sp?)
…beyond pure Rationalism to delineate what’s meant by “clearly and distinctly perceived”.

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