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О всегда уже выраженном невыразимом

In my little reflection on the explanation of the article by Julia Gorbatova, I share some thoughts about the nature of unspeakable as the main property of what could be called the main interest of philosophy. I try to show that philosophy is the type of thinking that is always directed at unspeakable. The text shows that philosophical ineffability, which philosophers often refer to as the special term "transcendental" resists mystical, "transcendent" ineffability. If the second is hidden "outside of us", the first one is hidden "inside of us". Philosophy is interested in something that is not represented in the world such as objects and phenomena. It is directed to non-existent (non – objective), which is before any existence. It makes something as an existent, though never meets in it, due to it is not an entity, essence or the object.