Note: the follow material is grafted mostly word-for-word from a long section of monologue in Chapter IV of “The Peasant and the King.” I consider it more of an extract than an excerpt, for I did take out all the elements that put it in the context of the story with characters speaking and listening … Continue reading
Pantheism presents the universe as a ubiquity of both matter and mind. There is no separating one from the other, because they are two distinct ways of looking at the same thing, like the noun “dancer” and the verb “dance.” Continue reading
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