Christopher Edwards deposited A Dimensional Articulation of Experience in the group Aesthetics of Religion – Research Network on Humanities Commons 2 years, 9 months ago
This paper addresses a curious pattern of interlocking relationships. This pattern unfolds in a fixed form of ever-changing content, or what is often described as a ‘standing wave’. I will attribute this pattern to the interactive nervous system that synchronizes the periodic effects of four, neurological functions. These functions connect a particular organism to its surrounding environment. These dynamics configure a model of experience that positions a personal point of view within the monadic discontinuity that articulates the interactive content and condition of a conscious space. We assume this position when we claim ‘ownership’ or personal responsibility for the apparent effects of this neurological activity. This position is then reflected in the distinctions that structure our representations of experience.