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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 Synchronic Structure Of Time

There Is Something Deficient In Our Idea Of Time Continues Time, As Such, Doesn’t Exist, But As A Utilitarian Experience, What We Do With Time, Ends Up In That Familiar Experience We Call Temporality Freedom effectively replaces temporality as an … 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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Is Identity Somehow Intrinsic Within Reality Or Is It Man Made?

Thanks for this question Morpheus. In answering your question I am actually able to communicate some of the philosophy that took me years to develop. This question is especially meaningful to me. Identity/structure is intrinsic in nature and mind. I … Continue reading

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Jean Paul Sartre

Innate Structuring Capacity—Reciprocal Movement Jan. ’12 Reciprocal Movement, –The Carrier Of Free Thought, The Same Free Thought That Brings Into Being Language, Myth, Science, Ethics, And Civilization Identifying Sartre’s philosophy as structuralism is, I am aware, pushing the envelope. However, … Continue reading

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Pursuit Of Self-Liberation

The Evolution Of Symbolic Forms Jan. ’80 Myth, or the mythical-religious consciousness of man, for Cassirer, is understood to be the proto-reality out of which symbolic forms evolve e.g. language, art, religion, science etc. These symbolic forms, in turn, are … Continue reading

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The Medium–Universe, Life, Language–Is The Message

Conversation Continued Banff Bar “Oh, really,” said Mike. “So tell me, what exactly are animals capable of?” “Animals communicate. There’s was nothing new there,” Dain responded, “that is what sensation brings to experience. But the human animal apprehends sensation through … Continue reading

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Believe-A Win Win Situation

Banff Barroom Philosophy Under cloudy skies the next day we were walking in Banff’s downtown area of when we heard a ratty- tat -tat on a windowpane. When we turned to see what it was, we saw Dain’s smiling face … Continue reading

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