Dan Lloyd. Radiant Cool: A Novel Theory of Consciousness. 312-313.
Temporality appears to us from within […]
The continuous monotonic flux implies something about conscious brains over time. […]
Nor can a brain, as an organ of temporality, return to a previous state, whether or not features of the environment recycle. This is the implication of monotonic temporality.
Considered as a dimension, temporality appears in consciousness as a monotonic ordering progression. It moves in one direction without stalling or backsliding.
Temporality inheres in all presentations. However else we pigeonhole experience, it is all always encompassed in time.
White rabbits are always catching up with a possible future of being late. Well a certain one is or will always be. Always will be.
And so for day 1227