Nur das Sein hat kein „Darüberhinaus“ Only The Being has no “beyond-it“
Think simple, but not simpler (based on Albert Einstein)Man soll Denken lehren, nicht Gedachtes, schreibt der Kunsthistoriker Cornelius Gurlitt (1850-1938). Schön wär’s, das passiert selten. Die Wissenschaften nähren die Jugend, ergötzen das Alter, hinterlässt Marcus Tullius Cicero, 106-43 v.Chr., sich mit den Jahren vielleicht als endgültig weise geworden empfindend. Der Zweck der Philosophie ist die logische Klärung der Gedanken, was Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) in Kenntnis der menschlichen Denkproblematik deutlich artikuliert. Einfach denken kann auch einfach mal denken bedeuten, prüfen, ob eine ernstgemeinte Aussage logisch wahr oder falsch ist, ob sie mit der gemeinten Wirklichkeit übereinstimmt, ob sie stimmt.
„Da-Sein“ = in Zeitlichkeit sein “To be there“ = to be in temporality
teach thinking, not what has been thought, wrote the art historian Cornelius Gurlitt (1850-1938). It would be nice, but that rarely happens. The sciences nourish
the young, delight the old, leaves Marcus Tullius Cicero, 106-43 B.C., perhaps feeling himself to have finally become wise with the years. The purpose of philosophy is the
logical clarification of thoughts, articulates Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) clearly in knowledge of the human problem of thinking. Simply thinking can also mean to think
simply for a while to check whether a serious statement is logically true or false, whether it corresponds to the intended reality, whether it is true.
The first of all philosophical questions posed by Martin Heidegger (1889-1976), why being is at all and not rather nothingness, can only be answered as follows: Heidegger’s
“nothing“ is only not, all other answers contradict themselves by asserting nothing as a something.
Test: Nothing is only not, so it is not possible to imagine Never-Being as a something that exists, or to establish Never-Being in an abstract way as the opposite of the world-entirety. Thinking consistently means from this compelling realisation that all what has been and is there and will come, which undoubtedly existed, exists or will exist, can be described as the one existing world-entirety-element in necessarily rimless space-time, and that this space-time is the first prerequisite for the fact that every material and immaterial something once can be, respectively permanently, in its own presence. Consequently, every something has a temporal present moment associated with it and a spatial present location associated with it according to the laws of nature. A present moment also can be defined as being permanently present, but not as a “zero-second moment“ (“zero-presence“). The statement “zero-second“ is a self-contradictory expression. Keyword: Planck’s quantum of action with finite quantum mechanical energy value h = 6,6252 × 10⁻34 Joule/sec – a limit value analogous to the limit value of the speed of light. The two material finitenesses in space-time: “Upper limit“ as the speed of light c, “lower limit“ as the energy quantum h. The smallest possible time interval ( “Planck time“ ) 5.391247... × 10⁻44 sec – that elementary moment without change in the course of an event (the fundamental “really“ presence). To describe it as the first universal moment after the “big bang“ leads inevitably to the ontological contradiction immanent in the statement. See later.
„Da-Sein“ = in Räumlichkeit sein “To be there“ = to be in spatiality
Sein ohne Wann/Wo unmöglich To be without When/Where impossible
The primordial principle of the immaterial basis of being “the entirety“ shows this “entirety“
to be an indivisible element “All-Everythings“, and because it can only be there in permanently-presence, it needs its “when“ (always) and its “where“ (everywhere).
Both signify the temporality and spatiality necessarily contained in this “world-entirety“. It must always and everywhere be indivisible present without any opposite
(i.e. bound by temporality and spatiality). Every alternative thinking leads to spiritual contradiction. If an outside or an inherent structure of this “entirety“
is asserted, it contradicts itself by limitation, “the entirety“ would not be “the entirety“ and would not contain absolutely everything. The assertion of the
immaterial eternity element in independently permanently presence does not contradict itself. So for this eternity the beginning- and endladen succession of temporally
limited material present moments is excluded. Eternity is spatio-temporally “only there“. Even with beginning, end and bodies of any dimensions limited by mass are
within „the one entirety“. Arbitrary dimensions also relate to dimensions within of only one atomic layer in its basic x,y,z-environment. Atomic nucleus, electron,
any particle – whatever is mentionable in the “spin“ of rotation around its own axis, stars etc., needs temporality and spatiality as a prerequisite for its motion
processes – what else or how else. The assertion of spatial-three-dimensional infinity as a permanently present spatial limitlessness does not contradict itself,
so that for this a beginning and an end of arbitrary spatial distances with arbitrary basic coordinate values related to the basic coordinates is excluded (distance =
zero is not distance). To think spacelessness and timelessness means to think nothing as a something without something-being. To have conceptually grasped spacelessness
and timelessness as self-contradictory in itself does not contradict itself. Spacelessness and timelessness only exist NOT.
I can think what I want, says Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), if I do not contradict myself. The principle of non-contradiction is a general ontological law, says Albert Menne (1923-1990). Sic!
Ohne Wirklichkeit keine objektive Wahrheit Without reality no objective truth
Konsequentes Erfassen dieser Art soll weiterversucht werden. Wer's (prüfen) mag, der
mag's, und wer es nicht mag, der mag's ja wohl nicht mögen.
Fritz Reuter (1810-1874).
of this kind should be attempted further. Whoever likes it (to check), likes it, and whoever does not like it, may well not like it.
Fritz Reuter (1810-1874).