Translate fragility. One part the substance that allows anything to exist and another part the accident of its coherence.
Translate explosion. The wavering world collapses.
Translate yourself. I am. I am not myself.
Calculate the distance between the essence of the thing and its appearance. Assume a rift between two sides of a coin. Now assume the rift collapses. Calculate the length of time between distortion and consistency.
If x is a mortal wound and y may alternately represent either the why of an object’s existence or its possible death, what is the circumference of xy^2?
Show your work.
Inspiration: Timothy Morton’s “Magic Death” again, in Realist Magic: Objects Ontology, Causality. This post is not intended as an accurate representation of Morton’s ideas, which are worth reading in the philosopher’s own words.