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  • It is this Necessary Existent which is the ground for all reality as we see it, not the Efficient Cause of Aristotle or the Neo-Platonist Final Cause.

    Palestine Blogs aggregator

  • This natural tendency must be made the starting-point to such a man; he must be drawn by the tone, rhythm and design in things of sense: he must learn to distinguish the material forms from the Authentic-Existent which is the source of all these correspondences and of the entire reasoned scheme in the work of art: he must be led to the Beauty that manifests itself through these forms; he must be shown that what ravished him was no other than the

    The Six Enneads.

  • Also, since I'm going back to Rump's End, Nevada, a.k.a. Land of the Non-Existent Catholic Churches, I will probably be unable to assist Mass on Easter, but I am with you all in spirit.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Land of the Non-Existent Internet Connection (I will be sooo glad when this job is over), it seems to me a good time to take a break.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Land of the Non-Existent Internet Connection (I will be sooo glad when this job is over), it seems to me a good time to take a break.

    Taking a Break

  • Sports commentators and Patriots fan in general have given the fellah far too much credit (I don't, but I'm from Western Mass and as such am considered by the Eastern half of the state as Non-Existent) when it really always belonged to the people who would give him as much time as he wanted to make the pass.

    Draft Musings

  • Also, since I'm going back to Rump's End, Nevada, a.k.a. Land of the Non-Existent Catholic Churches, I will probably be unable to assist Mass on Easter, but I am with you all in spirit.

    Taking a Break

  • In Philo's theology "I Am" language was applied only to the Existent one who is above the Logos.

    HANDS Across the Godhead?

  • Existent phenomena (yod-pa) are objects that can be validly cognized.

    What Does a Buddha Know in Knowing the Past, Present, and Future? ��� Part One: Temporally Related Phenomena

  • Existent totally conceptional phenomena can be validly cognized only conceptually.

    What Does a Buddha Know in Knowing the Past, Present, and Future? ��� Part Two: Variant Indian Buddhist Views Concerning Temporally Related Phenomena

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