(32) Once again, presentness
to the mind as a feeling of phenomenal particularity qualifies the mode of an experience by telling it from a corresponding thought: thoughts are at most accompanied by a belief in their being about a particular individual, not by a feeling of particularity.
The existence of the nomination suggested the presence of 'engagement' as the past participant in the challenge needed to display accessibility, presentness
and a willingness to interact by encouraging involvement from someone else.
Sometimes we lose track of this, since routine is so good at turning the absence of all that is forward looking into an experience of presentness
. This holds true as much with the banality of mass extermination, as with the subtle displays of affection we lose track of when we waste our time trying to buy our beloveds something to eat, like eggs.
Once Louise gets the story "straight," she is given the mental equilibrium to step out of the linearity of "presentness
" and see a queerness that registers on the horizon of existence by the river at Marion Bridge.
This poem shifts presentness
, the "doing," outside of
Here he neatly describes prosaics, including the concept of open time including narrativeness and the prosaics of process, or the vision of poetics and product, the counter-tradition of presentness
and process, and the outlining of a prosaics of process.
The choice of present-day locations edited against personal testimony stimulates the viewer's imagination and invites a new way of perceiving the presentness
of what still reverberates.
For all Google cares, the world could be absent of moral dimension.' (8) In sum, the simulacrum of presentness
, so integral to the seductiveness of 'Street View's' for-profit web surveillance commons, contributes to the breakdown of sociality: it is acutely alienating and pacifying.
Manipulations of time and space along with the problems of textuality (in the form of the score) and physical presentness
define this live art, as does the imbrication of a witnessing audience.
Perhaps because of the presentness
of the past pain, it being not a thing of the past but a current wound of the soul.
For Sinnerbrink, both philosophers turn to cinema because of their acute feeling of our modern alienation from the world expressed in nihilism and skepticism; for them, it is cinema "motivated by our desire to reestablish metaphysical connection with the world" (104) via belief or presentness
that can offer a recipe for spiritual crisis.
With a final rhetorical flourish--"It is a pure presentness
, and it is grace" (194)--Katz makes a veiled but obvious reference to the last line in Michael Fried's "Art and Objecthood" of 1967, (2) the same year Martin left New York.