The quantum states of liminality define the borders that characterise the myth of the dialectic of reality and representation. We are haunted by the spectre of the external world. But what is externality if not the apotheosis of internality? For it is the ideal that defines the real.
Paradoxically, our mechanistic ethos has yielded a calculus of chaos. But it is a calculus without boundaries, without determination, and without order, except an illusory one – an imposition, a dream, an artefact of our own conceit.
We now live in a world of fictitious forces and potential energies. It is a metaphysical centrifuge. Psycho-biology has been replaced by anti-epistemologies, the counterparts of ontologies of the unreal.