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Eyes Of You And Me—Mirrored In the Eye Of God

What We Have Here Is A Spinoza Monism With A Mobius Twist—God Existing Inside Out In the process of writing this paper I have deliberately refrained from using religious/spiritual language to describe freedom’s synchronic axis. And, indeed, I suppose one … Continue reading

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The Why Questions—Why We Can’t Live Without Them

The Difference Between Deep and Surface Structure In his introductory chapter on structuralism Michael Lane informs us: “Probably the most distinctive feature of the structuralist method is the emphasis it gives to wholes, to totalities. Traditionally, in Anglo-American social science, … Continue reading

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Reciprocal Movement—The Carrier Of Symbol-Generating Free Thought

The Human Spirit’s Pursuit Of Liberation Continued Identifying Sartre’s philosophy as structuralism is, I am aware, pushing the envelope. However, an authority on structuralism has proposed this option (without, I might add, elaborating on it.) “One might go as far … Continue reading

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