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Subject and Time Movement in the Virtual Reality

Monte-Serrat, D.M.; Belgacem, F.B.M

We aim to relate the time dimension to the functioning of ideology and language, which interferes with the constitution of the subject. The time dimension, as an anticipatory mechanism, dictates to the subject an artificial creation of reality. We understand the subject as the “basis” that guarantees the non-crystallization of this virtual reality due to the fact that subjectivity plays a dual role: that of disclosing subjection and that of disclosing its subversion, thus breaking the circle of idealism of the virtual reality. The meaning process in its constitution depends on the movement related to time and on the point of origin of this movement which will interfere with how emotion will be received and interpreted by the subject. This functioning is related to the logical value described by Mathematics: The subjective unfolding of a temporal instance leads to the recognition of a true logical movement in the meaning construction process. The time works as a “shift” of the orientation to the knowledge, establishing the “right order” of the interpretation and provides an “exact part of our thinking’”. We discuss the existence of something external to the logical process that suspends predictable motions and lacks the synchronicity implied by the orientation of dominant ideology. It] installs the verification at the origin of the constitution of meaning: The “time for comprehending” that “breaks” the framework of anticipated time in the logical reasoning and opens the logical movement to a subject’s judgment in situations.

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