Einstein stated that the phenomenon of ‘light’ is comprised of both a ‘particle’ and a ‘wave’. In other words, both a single ‘photon’ and simultaneously
The interior of the brain (as the ‘mind’) is infinite in its ability to imagine, but none of what it imagines is a) real, or
The scientists of the USSR defined consciousness as a ‘special arrangement of matter’ at a time when many bourgeois scientists in the West were still
A ‘thought’ in the mind is in fact the product of a sophisticated chain of chemical reactions experienced in the brain. The physical organ of
None of this madness indicates the empty mind ground.
Going places changes scenery in-front and behind…
But perception remains non-purified and shallow.
It is better to say that none of these words contain any structure!
Marx encountered Buddhism through the work of his close friend Karl Koppen – an early European expert upon Early Buddhism and Tibetan Buddhism.