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Meditation On Divinity

Paradoxes like “how does oneness make room for otherness” are neutralized when existence, in general, and identity, in particular, are understood as a consequence of the logic of God not being God’s own non-being, i.e., the b~b~bb structure. The idea … Continue reading

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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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There Is Something Deficient In Our Idea Of Time

Three Levels Of Time Off hand, I can think of two real world areas of relevance that the synchronic structure of freedom speaks directly too. One is far removed from normal experience, i.e., quantum effects, and the other is so … Continue reading

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Conjugate Variables At The Quantum Level Of Observation—Explain?

My God is Freedom – and yours? My God is also freedom–and discovering that my belief in the divinity of freedom is a shared belief by somebody else is a first for me! Here’s a bit more on what, for … Continue reading

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God Is Culture—God’s Self-Aware Expression Of Freedom

Mike Conversation Concluded July, ‘82 According to the way I perceive God, human culture is a product of God’s freedom. It is through culture that God acts out the self-aware expression of freedom. This higher-level freedom is two levels removed … Continue reading

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God Is Nature—Freedom And Reason Are Part Of Nature

Mike Conversation Continues July, ‘82 “Pantheism is part of it, but there’s more,” I said. “I have always been attracted to those images of deity that identify God with nature. Spinoza, Lao Tsu, Whitman, Black Elk, all those guys believed … Continue reading

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The God Connection—What If Paper

What follows is an abbreviated version of my final paper to satisfy the requirements for my Independent Study class in the Department of Religion at Central Michigan University, April 30, 1981 The God Connection In this paper I will explore … Continue reading

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You Begin From Within The Part That You Are Whole In

Judgment Day Conversation Continues Presentation Of My Freedom Philosophy—First Attempt “I guess you could say, I replied, “that it all began with my discovery of how freedom coexists within the physical constraints of cause and effect. Freedom got a whole … Continue reading

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New Model Of The Observer/Observed Relationship Concluded

The Difference That Makes The Difference Jan. 2012 Looking again at the highlighted quadrants in the diagram above, the reductionist/life bridge is clearly marked as #8. This bridge is positioned at the overlap of the brown and green quadrants. Upon … Continue reading

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Alfred North Whitehead—The Bootstrapping Of Sentient Nature

For Whitehead, insofar as occasions conform to their environment, insofar as the ‘self-aim’ conforms to its immediate past, there is determinism, but insofar as any entity modifies its response through the subjective element of feeling, there is freedom. Discussion In … Continue reading

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