Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 ZG

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[The interscope works when ‘my attention’ seamlessly selects a particular item that specular scatters light. In other words, my situational attention3b directs my neurophysiological potential1a towards a content level something2a. This is the only way for a thing to emerge from and situate my neurological potentials.

I, seat of sight3b, virtually emerges from and situates the origin and the nature of the illumination3a. Under typical conditions, I do not even notice the ‘I see’ nested formb. I unhesitatingly attend to something2a.]