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The Immortal Game

The Immortal Game, Andersen versus Kieseritzky

It remains endlessly problematic that the words and the knowledge or cognitive information patterns through which we interpret our world are always already and inadvertently alienating and dissociative. The unity we seek is above and beyond and can never be bounded by the very language and thought which aspires to understand it.

It is and remains, however, true that this implicit dissonance is the sole reason and effective ontological vacuum that endlessly recreates our selves and our world through the recursive logical bootstrap of self-containment. This is the game that plays itself and in so doing, compels us all to participate.

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