19 February

Rembrandtesque Figure and Cupid
1969.02.19

Butterfield 8
2000.02.19

ideas
2001.02.19

Re: bankruptcy exhaustion and closure
2003.02.19 10:21

what is today's movement?
2007.02.19 13:34   4580h
2007.02.19 14:39   4580i


Pablo Picasso   Rembrandtesque Figure and Cupid   1969.02.19




2000.02.19

Re: bankruptcy exhaustion and closure
2003.02.19 10:21

Chronosomatics has led me to investigate where the mind's "ability to imagine" comes from. I'm working with the proposition that the (mind's) imagination operates like corporal physiology, e.g., a/the fertile imagination operates like corporal fertility, a/the metabolic imagination operates in a dual creative/destructive manner, etc. Furthermore, there is also the chronosomatic proposition that the prevalence of specific operations of imagination (on a global scale) directly corresponds with the prevalence of specific physiologies within any specific slice of the body, where each corporal slice corresponds with a specific slice of time.



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