Misunderstood you. Sorry.Originally posted by ahrkron
What I'm saying is that Zeno's arguments also apply to your theory, in which motion is just a projection within the Mind.
However now that I understand your point, I have to disagree with it anyway. For Zeno's arguments are irrelevant to a Mind-reality. Such a reality is a physical-singularity. Motion doesn't really occur. And since Zeno's paradox seems to question the actuality of motion, my hypothesis fits in nicely with this challenge to real-motion. The motion of an observer, within his own mind (full of sensations), is the motion of the mind itself... within itself. It is a shift of perception which yields the appearance of motion - within the mind. The mind doesn't really cross lengths. It changes its perspective of that length, thus yielding the perception of motion. But the mind moves nowhere. Only sensations are changed.