Waves of Thinking Lap the Shore of Consciousness

Thinking issues forth from the I and joins in identity with every object. On its return, it stamps the inverse, frozen, and summary image of this gesture into the nervous system. This impression shocks the sleeping I awake as it flashes up as representations in consciousness.

But could the I remain awake and go together with thinking on the way out?

That is, could thought become conscious as verb and not as noun? Could it achieve wakefulness in action and not merely in the terminus of thought? And could knowledge, hence, be achieved not through representation but through identity?

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