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Theodore Cruz
Theodore Cruz

Noesis [BEST]


ClockDVA are increasingly regarded as one of the pre-eminent pioneers of experimental electronic music in the pre/post 1980's, in association with Throbbing Gristle and Cabaret Voltaire. This is ClockDVA's ninth studio album, having been composed / perfected over a number of years during which extensive European live events have been performed and a number of other projects have been developed and new and old releases have been issued. This album sees the DVA sound reach a certain apotheosis in terms of the electronic sounds and the unique voice that DVA has pioneered and developed since its inception in 1978. The themes here are the human emotional response to the psychological and physiological dystopia between a Technology of control and one of autonomy and noesis. The soundtracks of near-future science fiction, where the negation of human connection is further eroded and alienated over time, as AI becomes more ubiquitous and autonomy is reduced, and the human handprint becomes a faded imprint, and the human voice is silenced by Machines of Intimidation.




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Most of the knowledge specific to the Diamond Approach originates directly from the diamond vehicles, and their dimension of essential diamonds, with their associated universal wisdom. This is the most direct and concrete reason we call our work the Diamond Approach. And it is the main reason why we recognize this approach as a path of wisdom, for it is the teaching of these essential vehicles of wisdom. It must be clear to the reader by now that the Diamond Approach is not the intentional synthesis of a person, the author or somebody else. The scope and depth of knowledge is simply beyond the personal mind of the author, not to mention that it is not knowledge in the ordinary sense. It is gnostic knowledge, noesis, direct unveiling of Reality. It cannot be arrived at through an intellectual process or synthesis, for the mind simply cannot go to such realms of wisdom. It must also be by now clear, by the same token, that the Diamond Approach does not come from a previous wisdom tradition and was not learned from another teacher. It is true that the author received it from a source, but the source is true nature itself, that has communicated this teaching by manifesting its diamond vehicles of wisdom.


In the paper, the formal model of the noetic synthesis functions is presented. Together with the functions of noematic synthesis, they are understood as components of functions of intentional reference, which are meant to be, in turn, formalizations of intentional acts of reference performed in the stream of consciousness. This research perspective allows us to extend the category of speech acts to the category of all intentional acts of reference. The functions of noetic synthesis are understood as composed of the function of noetic intention acting on qualia, noetic moods and noetic modes. The model allows us to explain the phenomenon of autism as having its source in disorders of the noetic synthesis functions. The constructed model is not intended as the faithful reconstruction of the Husserlian conception of noesis. Intuitions of the creator of phenomenology are treated as the only source of inspiration.


The Californian approach to noemata treats them as mediators in cognitive acts understood as Fregean senses (Føllesdal 1969, 1972). They are embedded in some inter-connections both in relation to intentional objects or situations and to the ways of capturing them. This general proposal of understanding noemata enables us to interpret the way of capturing an intentional object as the noesis of an act and the content of an act as its noema. The main difference holding between the Californian interpretation and the transcendental interpretation is that the former maintains that the noesis of an act and the noema of the same act are constituents of the mind, whereas the latter treats noemata as entities outside of the mind. Furthermore, under transcendental interpretation noetic moments of acts become peculiar moments of noemata.Footnote 2


It should be also noted that the case, when the function of noetic synthesis is active and the function of noematic synthesis is inactive, is theoretically impossible. It results from (A5) and (A6). Metaphorically speaking, an active noesis always looks for a noema, or in other words, when the mind is sleeping, it does not mean that it does not work. 041b061a72


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