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Notes On Parmenides (Filipino) Essay

835 words - 4 pages

PARMENIDES
p. 55
Labing walang pangingilatis
* Kung meron mang mga walang kakwenta-kwentang tao, ito na yun
* Sa sobrang katindihan ng mga karanasan, wala ka na talagang masabi
* #6
* Itong walang kamatayan ay talagang may ginaganap na mabuti
* Ngunit ang mga taong ito, may ginagawa sila na talagang mamamatay. Walang kwenta na alalahanin
* Dalawang ulo
* Walang pamamaraan ang kanilang ginagawa = walang daan. Walang methodos
* Palipat-lipat lang. Walang paninindigan. Kahit ano, pwedeng panindigan. Sabog. Walang sistema.
* Dahilan: “ang pag-iral at pag-hindi-meron…”
* Ang meron ay wala. Ang wala ay meron. Pareparehas ...view middle of the document...

* Tinitingnan ni Parmenides and kabuuan ng meron. Ano ba ang nakikita mo?
* Semata – espesyal na ngayon; bilog
* Espesyal na panahon (ngayon!) – walang hilig na puso ng katotohanan
* Panahon – simpleng pag-tick-tock. Palaging timeline ng panahon na noon, ngayon, at bukas
* Bakit hindi pwede ang tradisyonal na noon, ngayon, bukas?
* Sa ganito kasi, palaging may kahalong wala. Wag mo hayaang may mahalong wala sa . Ang ganitong uri ng panahon ay punong puno ng wala. Yung bukas, wala pa. Pag biglang naging ngayon, mamaya kakainin rin ng kawalan. Nagiging wala rin.
* Walang katapusang agos na tumutungo sa kawalan. HINDI ganito ang meron.
* Hindi raw isinilang dahil may punto na wala tapos may meron. May sumulpot na meron sa wala.
* Hindi rin pwede na masira dahil pag nasira, meron tapos nawala na pagkasira.
* Basta ngayon. Sabay sabay, lahat lahat, isa, buong buo
* Ngayon lamang. Walang noon, walang hinaharap.
* Pagsabi ng “Mahal kita.” Walang saysay ang “forever.” “Mahal kita” encompasses noon, ngayon, at hinaharap
* Kung susulpot man ang meron, susulpot ito sa meron din. HINDI Sa wala.
* Pangatlong seksiyon:
* Yung wala ay iwanan mo. Wala yang pangalan. Lahat ng pwede mabigyan ng pangalan ay meron.
* Pang-apat
* Bakit ka hindi pwede magkumpara sa meron. Meron siya, wala ako. Vice versa. Dapat pare-parehas lahat.
* Parmenides apparently believes in pantheismo (pan = lahat). Lahat pare-parehas, hawig na hawig. (pagdating sa medieval, they’ll change it to panentheismo --- en = hindi lahat ay diyos. Lahat ay nasa Diyos)
* Sumisiping – tinatabihan.
* Samakatuwid, tadhana ng diyos… … hindi walang hangganan ang meron
* Kapag walang hangganan, mas okay kasi mas perpekto...

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