Fresco, I like your posts. Yes, "consciousness" and "time" and "concept" are concepts. I like that you see this. As it's not addressed much. In my opinion, we are all too eager (most of us) to take the subject/object dichotomy as fundamental.
Thales said the world was made of water. Did he not realize that this very statement would then have to be made of water? He would have been smarter to say that the world was made of idea, and smart still to not say this in an idealistic vein. Transcendental idealism (representational realism) swallows itself, implodes.
A dynamic system of concepts structures a continuum of sensation and emotion. This seems close to the truth, or at least less obviously refutable than most philosophical chatter. Except "concept" is often understood dualistically, as if concepts were representations of objects rather than their logical-thinkable-rational structure. Do you know about Quine and the unicorn? He wanted to deny its existence, but couldn't do that without using the meaningful word. These sad materialists, who cannot think existence apart from sensation, and see that sensation is meaningless except for concept. These falsificationists whose falsification program is not falsifiable by sensation. Philosophy-haters, dialectic-haters. Correspondence-theory half-wits, or mental sloths. They negate their own significance as they do their best to negate the value of thinking apart from sensation. Oh well. Crunch all you want --we'll make more.