The investigation of “What?”—”I Mean Love” seeks the primordial love experience. Our object is nothing other than the entity “love” as expressed in our common and everyday language. This investigation reveals itself as necessary in light of insufficiencies of the scientific languages which, when attempted, fail to uncover any richer understanding of the love experience itself.
This is all with the purpose of understanding the phenomenal world over-and-against the multiple logical entities in our possession today. My hope is to reinstate the primordiality of our subjective experiences, which are often relegated as inferior to objective or quantifiable ways of talking about the world.
The ambition of Terminus Mechanicae to engage consideration of entities which fall beyond descriptions in terms of time and space. The conclusion will serve to uproot the primordiality of physics-logic. This is with the purpose of inspiring a worldview tolerant of a discourse enabling a diversity of worldviews, generally.