Sensations and Language

  • Chris Gudmunsen


According to the analysts every word has a simple object for its meaning. But the way we actually use a word like ‘hope’, for example, often tends to cloud its meaning, so we have to dig deep for it. If we analyse all cases of hoping, we will eventually discover what they all have in common. This common element is what the word ‘hope’ really means; it is the essence of hope. And we can if we are careful experience essences. We can as it were see the meaning, the object, the essence, so that no doubt can remain.


Pain Behaviour Primary System Absolute Truth Objective Fact Ultimate Reality 


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© Chris Gudmunsen 1977

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