becomingness


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A garden that appears on one screen turns out to be his father's, photographed midway in a growing season while in need of weeding, a state that is particularly resonant in relation to the forever becomingness of the scaffolding version of Sutter's Mill.
And the more determined that doctrine seems to shaken off that condition the more deliberately ensnared it becomes, and we ask ourselves: but is sensuousness (Greek aisthesis), which in the course of this Dialogue is appealed to no less than seventeen times, really the net which ensnares the soul in its bodily and earthly career, or does the relation between the senses and the soul, the sensuous and the intelligible spheres lead to an ambiguity, a principle of uncertainty nesting precisely where the two spheres enter each other's orbits, laying bare the appallingly neutral nature of becomingness?
Her judgment on the becomingness of an action relates both to her faculty of practical reason and her aesthetic faculty of imagination at the very same time thus requiring these faculties to cooperate in the process of judging.