Against misparticipation

To frame your subjective relationship to the world around you as “experience” constitutes a fundamental misparticipation. The world and its things are not for you to probe or to test. In fact, arguably, any “participation” is false consciousness. I’d much rather dispense with that grabby-handed primate phenomenology.

It is not your place to take part; there is no part that belongs to you as yours to take. So, what instead? How else for you to be with an object, and not for it to be for you? You cut through misparticipation and generate a world of coincedent appearance—you appearing in the field of its incidence, and it in yours. Live there, and take nothing.