I’ve written this so many times, but nobody
listens! - and today the world’s leading scientists
were again talking of things without realising
that there are no such things as things apart
from the concepts manifested: let me explain.
The identification of anything is conceptual:
the sun, the moon, can be referred to only
in conceptual terms, seeing as they change
from moment to moment: Derrida saw this
as deferment, differance, denying presence.
Science acknowledges presence in the naming
of things, but doesn’t grasp the implication
of concept each thing fulfils: that implication
is a realising subject contextual affection
in which things are formed as in realisation.
All things, identified to be, affect each other
in that contextual affection, from atomic attraction
to gravity, these affects are whole, identified
to be, and what is formed is always a rightness
realisation of context: the science of God.