Are the Logos narcissistic?: On Logic Needing to Reference Itself
It is not logic that references itself, it is us, its children
Logic made us reference it, or reverence it
Why can’t we choose nonsense? Why not reject the word and live wordless?
In solitude, and quiet
Anywhere two souls gather, logic will present itself
A necessary awareness stemming from my own contingent awareness
Autonomy being able to move contingency like we move choose to move our eyes across a page or choose to look away
We read on, willingly, the other’s soul
A necessary awareness of an abyss contained in an Other
Two contingencies existing in nonsense willingly choose logic to deduce necessity
Did logic make us narcissistic by making itself necessary?
Is logic selfless?
Does logic lack identity?
Does logic lack transitions?
Is logic eternal?
Listen not to me, listen to the Logos.