Presented by Annika Hand, the Max Kade Visiting Professor.
Philosophical findings are usually formulated in logical language. However, our consciousness grasps far more than facts, which are immediately comprehensible to us in a structured way: in dreams, meditation, and contemplation, consciousness opens up border areas of the recognizable and the sayable. The lecture is addressed to philosophers, psychologists, theologians, musicians, in short — to all those who are familiar with these edges in one way or another.
Originally published at germanandrussian.nd.edu.