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Found—Missing Link In Mother Nature—Structure/Affirmative Ideal/Divinity Loop

                      The subject of freedom is a major theme in my writing. Depending on its context, freedom means many things to many people. Operationally speaking, we first encounter freedom as … Continue reading

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Structure Constitutes More Than Its Elements

Structure’s Boundary Conditions—Wholeness, Transformation, Self-Regulation Piaget began his inquiries into structuralism by first isolating what was common to all structuralist thought. Number one on his list was the “affirmative ideal”; that is, the ideal of intelligibility aspired after by all … Continue reading

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All-Inclusive Interconnectivity

The Brahman Experience-Seat Of Freedom Essay Concluded Distinctions Of Inside/Outside, Whole/Part, Cease To Be Meaningful Winter ’80 Nishida went looking for “pure experience” and found it. In a pure awakened state there is no distinction between transcendence, immanence, and freedom. … Continue reading

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