Philosophy, Psychology, Stuart France



The notion of an unseen self

is not a natural one.


It is not derived from solely sensory data,

nor, indeed, from its lack…


With our minds we make the world,

in a particular way.


That is, the seen world is relative to our senses.


The world is as we see it, and it is self-derived.


Yet, we ourselves comprise

‘a certain ratio’ between the seen

and unseen worlds.