Who or what controls the creation and use of metaphors
and the "fossil poems" of our neurosemantic constructions?
Doesn't it seem as if a great part of humanity felt the need to
"believe" in "something" (e.g.,anything)? Even if one
ascribes to man a "free will", imagination usually wins
over in the struggle between will and imagination. "A theory
determines what we observe", one- stone (German: Ein-stein)
once said, which means to say that the "generation" of our
"reality" can be deducted from mysterious "pairings".
But what illicit syntheses gave way to this "foundling" of prehistoric times?
Is it the "pairing", the "message" in a synthetic "world medium"
or the voltage control of a "remote controlled keyboard"?