New Essay by Anthony Blake “The Language of Will”

Find a new essay by Anthony Blake at Duversisty entitled “The Language of Will“.
Here’s an excerpt:

Man has in general two kinds of mentation: mentation by thought, in which words, always possessing a relative sense, are employed; and the other kind, which is proper to all animals as well as to man, mentation by form. (All and Everything p. 15, G. I. Gurdjieff)

This paper has been an attempt to develop a dialogue between the left and right sides of the brain/mind in order to express an idea of ‘the language of will’. It is hoped that its use or misuse of certain formalisms will not cause offence and that it may actually give rise to some pleasure of contemplation.

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