The layers, strata and signifying partitions that veil subject-object encounters, astonish the empiricist.
Empiricism is the theory that all knowledge is derived from sense-experience. Signification manifests as arbitrary noise that conceals in its anthropocentric reduction of objects.
Language consistently weaves the last defending wall in front of our delicate skin, obscuring direct access to the thing.
Language consists of signs.
Demonstrated is a muted object-object dialogue: a relation that oscillates in phenomena outside the restrictive realms of cerebral and bodily thought.
The object-object relation denies the domination of human perception.
A phenomenon is mere fiction: simply the thing as it appears to the observer.
The path undulates between language and object.