Nature and Nothingness: An Essay in Ordinal Phenomenology

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In this book, an ordinal phenomenological description of four modes of nothingness in nature is made that becomes sharply open to Spinoza's great divide between nature naturing and nature natured. The former term refers to nature's unconscious dimension, while the latter term denotes the innumerable orders of the world. Four types of nothingness are described as they interact with the human process. An important theme is the correlation between certain kinds of religion and their built-in tendency toward extreme forms of ...

Nature and Nothingness: An Essay in Ordinal Phenomenology 2017, Lexington Books, Lanham

ISBN-13: 9781498545174

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