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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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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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Feelings Or Knowledge?

What is your definition of science? Science has produced and continues to produce huge benefits for humankind (but technology has its downside–end of world downside, global warming, nuclear annihilation, gene pool uncertainties etc.) so I believe it is extremely important … Continue reading

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Mysticism The Next Paradigm Shift In Science

Keeping An Open Mind Jan. 2012 What is the place of religion in an age of science? How can one believe in God today? What view of God is consistent with the scientific understanding of the world? In what ways … 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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Jesus Was A Capricorn

Welcome To God’s House I listened attentively to this bullshit, but it got to a point where I could no longer listen. I reached into my duffle bag and pulled out one of my books. This action provoked the wrath … Continue reading

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