FIRST CONTACT WITH THE WALRUS by Sterling A Schlegel
1.) in the study of zen, first the walrus is, then the walrus is not, finally the walrus returns.
2.) when presented with any biotic form, exotic or common, the drive to find its essential evolutionary essence, it’s reason for its being as it is now, forces itself in varying degrees upon or curiosity.
3.) can this be undone? Can we see without a lens, Kantian, Darwinian, or otherwise.
4.) creating something necessarily relies upon the lens of the creator and the limits of his/ her ability and the medium. That which exists informs that which will be.
5.) in an existential universe either everything is art or nothing is