عنوان مقاله [English]
What the image is and why images have similarities and differences, and the question of whether the image is produced or has a subject-independent existence, has been one of the most important concerns of thinkers in the last century. According to Arash Azarpeyk, the founder of the literary-philosophical School of the Word Originality, the image originates from the semantic and conceptual essence of the word. In Orianism ontology, the word has seven essences, including the semantic essence. Because the essences has a fixed and variable dimension, the semantic essence of a word also has a fixed and variable dimension. Since every phenomenon is a word and represents itself with the word, everything that exists is a visible word. Thus the word phenomena has a fixed and variable substance dimension. The fixed dimension of a word, if viewed from the existential point of view, forms a Fara-image and according to the different conscious-unconscious collective-individual consciences, as well as different types of human intuitions, image finds existence. Also, a phenomenon can be imagined with imaginary realms and a phenomenon can be seen as non-visual. The important thing is that we see based on the categorization of our own language. Language thinks of us as in imagery we are inherently subject to the identification and categorization of our own language.