Books, Philosophy, Stuart France

This World and That…

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Intelligible process,

consisting, as it does, of purpose,

cause, and effect,

can only constitute a whole

in the unseen beyond,

so, human functionality

must be meta-physical.

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Mankind may be made of levers

in the present moment,

but, in the beyond,

he is full of wheels

and his life

turns-in-cycles.

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Whilst, ‘the other’ in space

is seen as separate,

in time-beyond-space,

the self and ‘the other’ constitutes

an unbroken continuity.

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Develop that notion…