One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done.
— Marie Curie (1867-1934)
Sleep Reconstitutes Consciousness; A Daily Metamorphosis and a planksip Möbius Maker

Sleep Reconstitutes Consciousness; A Daily Metamorphosis

Overnight "Re" Search

One never notices what has been done; one can only see what remains to be done.
— Marie Curie (1867-1934)

The titled responsion combines the undone with a healthy night's sleep. Re-searching refers to a sorting function that takes shape and formes something good. Don't agree with the good? I'll bet you that goodness is innate – as Plato proposed.

In ending the last emphasized introduction, I intentionally used the word "proposed" to refer to Plato and his theory of Good. What if I used "proposes" instead? This would imply that Plato is still with us. In a way, Plato still is with us. Writing in this way is, for me, represents a richer representation of man-made categorization.

So there you have it, I am acknowledging that this man-made categorization is in fact created by sapiens and would not exist if humans didn't exist. Make sense? This apparent tautology is used for emphasis only, the repetition of anthropomorphic observation transcends the previous point and bleeds into this one. If your definition of transcendental isn't compatible with my previous sentence, how about the fact that I am typing on this technology and you are experiencing this as you read it, and I hope you do with all your philosophical neurons firing.

Our data exhaust is a byproduct of our attempts to order entropy and chaos. The ordering of our material world determines what is possible and therefore should be the direction we travel, however metaphysical. Did you mention gratitude?

As with any other field of study, sleep is a natural process of the brain, and without sleep, our consciousness would no longer function as it normally does. Without sleep, we may have difficulty functioning and experiencing emotions or thoughts that would not be present if we had adequate rest.

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Marie Curie was a Polish and naturalized-French physicist and chemist who conducted pioneering research on radioactivity. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize.
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For many people, sleep is just not enough. When we are tired and have been awake all day long, we sometimes feel like lying around until we feel sleepy again. In fact, this can even lead to more insomnia, as the body and mind try to get the energy that it needs from the rest received the night before. This causes a variety of health issues and problems, insomnia could indicate an underlying condition.

The benefits of sleep include reducing stress, depression, anxiety, and even improving memory and alertness. These benefits of sleep may have been explained in the past in terms of the benefits of being "high." However, for those who suffer from insomnia, this explanation doesn't apply very well - since, when you aren't sleeping, your consciousness is not at its peak, and therefore cannot provide the full amount of benefits that it can when you are sleeping.

So how do we sleep? In many cases, people are able to sleep on their backs, but there are also many cases where they are unable to sleep on their backs. This means that they have to be positioned on their side so that they can get a proper night's sleep.

When sleeping, people usually turn their attention to the muscles in their legs and abdomen. They try to relax these muscles by moving them in a circular motion while relaxing their shoulders and arms.

Some people who sleep on their sides will sometimes have trouble sleeping on their backs. If they are prone to insomnia and need to sleep often, they may have trouble getting a good night's sleep on their side. The body is not used to sleeping in the same position as it was designed to sleep in, so it is not accustomed to sleeping on one side, let alone the other. If the person sleeps on his or her back, it is possible that the brain will not be completely aware of the body being asleep.

People who sleep on their stomachs will sometimes wake up several times during the night and wake up with a startle every time they try to move. They might be able to get a good night's sleep, but, because they wake up so often during the night, they may not realize that they actually slept for a full night's sleep. - and therefore, they end up being up in the same old sleep cycle that they were in before the beginning of their sleep cycle. They may feel groggy, lethargic, and irritable the next day.

Because sleeping on your stomach is not ideal for those who are trying to get a good night's sleep, people who sleep on their backs may opt for sleep on their side, which is often recommended by doctors. However, if this method isn't working for you, the last resort is to sleep on your back, but make sure that you do not change what is causing you to feel sleepy - whether by taking prescription or over-the-counter medications.

People who sleep on their stomachs often sleep on their back during the day, or when they are trying to get a good night's sleep at night. These people may be feeling more tired than usual and not feel as refreshed as they normally would. They may also wake up in the middle of the night feeling as if they can't get any sleep. - and this is not a natural occurrence for people who sleep on their stomachs.

People who sleep on their back will find it more difficult to get a good night's sleep. When a person wakes up in the middle of the night, he or she may have more trouble sleeping through the rest of the night.

All types of people will have different sleeping habits when it comes to sleeping. Some people tend to feel refreshed and alert while others will find themselves feeling very tired the following day. - and some people might even fall asleep in one night, wake up in another night, and then sleep in another night. - This means that the cycle will repeat itself, even though the person is supposed to be sleeping the first night through.

Build Bridges, Not Walls

Critical (i.e., separating) methods apply only to the world-as-nature. It would be easier to break up a theme of Beethoven with dissecting knife or acid than to break up the soul by methods of abstract thought. Nature-knowledge and man-knowledge have neither ways nor aims in common."
Oswald Spengler (1880-1936)

The titled responsion is suggesting that Spengler's assumption that, "nature-knowledge and man-knowledge" are incompatible, is false on its face. Our ability to abstract comes from nature and bridging the two should be the goal of all rational animals.  

The human-nature epistemology is portrayed by Spengler as a fallacy of unachievable ends. For me, the means uniting this human-nature dichotomy is an ideal worth moving towards. Indifference to this end is mean in itself and to be avoided at the peril of our continued bio existence. Diversity should not default to calling out concepts of intersectionality.

Both nature-knowledge and man-knowledge have no aims or ways in common; neither are they mutually exclusive. The following is a discussion of nature-knowledge, man-knowledge, and the relationship between them.

Knowledge is that which we know or are acquainted with by some method of knowledge. What I know, you may know, or what you yourself know.

Knowledge is always relative to a specific time and place. It is a process of knowledge that goes from the present to the past. Knowledge is always an attempt at understanding.

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Oswald Arnold Gottfried Spengler was a German historian and philosopher of history whose interests included mathematics, science, and art.
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Knowledge is objective. The way knowledge is known depends on the method of knowledge. For example, if we know about a certain event in the past, then we can say that the event occurred in this particular way or time. However, knowledge is also subjective and dependent on a particular time and place.

Knowledge is based on logic. There are three forms of logic: syllogism, inductive logic, and syllogistic calculus. Each has its own uses and is used in different situations. A student who is learning how to write will learn syllogistic logic. A scientist would learn inductive logic and so on.

Nature-knowledge is more general and is used to describe various types of objects in the universe. It is usually used in a scientific context.

Knowledge is a kind of knowledge but is not knowledge. Knowledge is the process of being able to describe things. Knowledge cannot be described or explained, only experiences can.

Nature-knowledge is the most important type of knowledge because it gives us the ability to understand and use the world. around us. It also provides information about how things really are. and what they are like, so it makes life possible for us. It helps us in every direction and helps us achieve success.

The best source of natural knowledge is a scientific study or experiment. A study of nature can also be called a research study.

Science is a branch of knowledge that deals with the study of phenomena and their causes. The study of nature is based on scientific research to give us knowledge about things in the universe.

The study of nature is part of scientific research. The study of nature helps us in our day-to-day lives because it is one of the best ways to predict the future.

Science is a discipline of knowledge and is, therefore, very subjective. The study of nature is more subjective than objective. since the results of scientific studies depend on the interpretation of the experiment.

In scientific studies, the results of the experiment are based on the analysis of all the data. It is the result of analysis and not the result of the experiment, but the results are based on the interpretation of the experiment.

Dry Your Eye Sweet Butterfly

Philosophy is a battle against the bewitchment of our intelligence by means of language.
Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951)

The titled responsion is...

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Ludwig Josef Johann Wittgenstein was an Austrian-British philosopher who worked primarily in logic, the philosophy of mathematics, the philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of language.
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The portal, for me, is Platonic in nature and poetic despite Plato's aversion. You may think the contradiction is a problem-solving technique, another vector is through the spindle cycles of sleep. Myelination is the wellspring to a priori (prior to the senses).  

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