Vahram Galstyan

What is an event, by its very nature? To clay, for instance, it is firing, the process of passing from soil into the crock. To sum it up one can assume that event is an incident that has occurred recently or deep in the past, but the consequences of which are hitherto tangible, visible and audible. Event, therefore, is a rupture, a link between two ontological planes, the real and the factual. Real plane is the phenomenality, reversibility/ of existence, whereas the factual is its essential irreversibility (and thus, inimitability). -applying this general thesis onto clay, one can reach the following conclusion: if soil is reality, the phenomenal existence of clay, crock, then, is its factuality: the essential life.

Nazareth Karoyan