Conceptions are holistic. They exist in potential as wholes. But conceptions manifest serially.
Conceptions are acquired by following a series of mental movements, and the very moving is the knowing. Conceptions are demonstrated by the one conveying them, and imitated by the one receiving them.
Follow what I’m saying and see if you pick up what I mean.
First, step by step, recited, slowly.
Then, step by step, remembered, faster.
Then step by step verbally guided, but fluidly.
Then performed fluidly, silently, intuitively.
Then performed as habit, done effortlessly.
Then done automatically, second-naturally.
Finally, forgotten into reality itself, a part of oneself and one’s world: enworldment.
Movements of conception can be embodied in dances, languages, arguments, stories, verses, visual sequences, melodies, rituals, customs, practices, collages.
Anything that can be followed, then reproduced, has within it a conception that makes it knowable.
Philosophy has been compared to dance.
Philosophies are designed, but not like machines made of parts.
Philosophies are designed like choreographies for different genres of improvised music.
Every reconception is a conception.