Original meaning of 'love': something what moves us (Human) deeply.

It could be 'money' or other materials, or 'beauty' of spirit or 'nature' or 'knowledge' or 'relationship'. We are loving in something of (self-) relatedness (Bezug) in our own environment always.

Autophagy is a highly conserved process that degrades certain intracellular contents in both physiological and pathological conditions.

On Autonomy

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The autonomy and self-organization in biological systems

in Molecular biology

On Love

Mind Map

A large-scale like universe for 'open mind' – impartiality that is 'Objektivität' in German through Philosophy.

in Plato

Erôs and Philia

Erôs and Desire




Ability and Personality



I started to read the book on the subject of social issue, then I came out with the question.

What 'I' am?

in Dogen





Health care


Urban planning

What is a creative society?




Subjectivity is a central philosophical concept, related to consciousness, agency, personhood, reality, and truth, which has been variously defined by sources. Three common definitions include that subjectivity is the quality or condition of:

  • Something being a subject, narrowly meaning an individual who possesses conscious experiences, such as perspectives, feelings, beliefs, and desires.[1]
  • Something being a subject, broadly meaning an entity that has agency, meaning that it acts upon or wields power over some other entity (an object).[2]
  • Some information, idea, situation, or physical thing considered true only from the perspective of a subject or subjects.

These various definitions of subjectivity are sometimes joined together in philosophy. The term is most commonly used as an explanation for that which influences, informs, and biases people's judgments about truth or reality; it is the collection of the perceptions, experiences, expectations, and personal or cultural understanding of, and beliefs about, an external phenomenon, that are specific to a subject.

Subjectivity is contrasted to the philosophy of objectivity, which is described as a view of truth or reality that is free of any individual's biases, interpretations, feelings, and imaginings.[1]










What is 'creativity'?

What is 'natural beings'?

Self-Reflection: What is self refrectin?

About following two things of 'self-reflection':

1) When one looks into mirror and descriebes what his/her/you/I see.

 What one see myself into mirror, that is same position (right is right, and left is left), that is mirroring. It calls 'reflection' generally.-> Twofoldness

2) When A stands in front of B, the right hand of A is the left hand of B, that is a position 'across' (quer).

Self-reflection in Dogen's Idea means that B stands A's position and see him/herself objectivity. This way of 'self-reflection' is in Satori and very difficult to learn for us Human. -> Manifoldness.

In Manifoldness, usually, one will confuse, due to the (phycological or psychological) orientation which is for knowing in principle intrinsically. 

Through DNA and Brain research, our (Human) understanding in himself/herself will be more complex, therefore self-awareness requires 'Manifoldness' naturally.

Not Philosphers, at that time, who understand about the meaning of 'self-reflection' as Human-nature practically  was such as Klimt, Schönberg, Cage and others. Klimt uses the gold in his painting, that is not as a semiotic code such as 'gorgeous' or 'glorious' (prächtig), rather the gold as material for the painting in the subject of 'Love', and it's a 'Reflexion' of Human world. -> Threefoldness

Research question:

What is pleasure for us which is an important element x in our life?

If things (Dinge) are ugly, moreover, if something wriggles in things, is it something in what?