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One God Many Religions

‘“In your nothingness I hope to find everything,” said Faust to Mephistopheles, and so it was; after the Mothers, Faust became free to follow his own instincts.” I owe so much to the teachings of Goethe’s Faust! In The Beginning … Continue reading

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Bill—My New Bicycling Partner

Nova Scotia July 29, `82 The weather has been super, and so has the traffic. I’ve waited a long time for that kind of luck. Until this trip, I had been under the illusion that, yes, biking is a tough-it-out … 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 Real World–The Subjective World

Newton And Locke Beaufort Hotel Room May, `77 I think I understand better now what Dr. Gill was aiming at when he told the class he didn’t believe in common sense. Back then, however, I didn’t understand him at all. … Continue reading

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