Nine Experimental (Semi-)Propositions on The Spiritual
Aspiritual, disenchanted, conventionalism is how Nature appears to Man. The spiritual is how Nature appears to itself. Complete the Copernican Revolution!
For something to be symmetrical is to unveil an identity, or at least a self-sameness. This is how we know it is true.
What “works” is always a derivation from what is true. Something must work!
Metaphor and literality exist on a symbolic continuum. They are two “poles.”
The spiritual is like the continuum. It is not mere presence, but sometimes it is felt, seen, touched, known, formalized.
The encoding of reason is a shaping of the continuum, an immanence of form and a morphology of immanence.
The ancients were correct that there is something to the sphere.
Every Idea is also a feeling and a feeling an Idea. They are reversible.
Time is real.