Conclusions about Dual Aspect Monism

Photo by Daniel Nielsen on Unsplash. Imagine we live in a two dimensional world. Even thinking about the possibility of a third dimension of space was punishable by execution. Edwin A. Abbott envisioned such a world in his 1884 novel. Do we have a similar problem in envisioning the Unus Mundus?

The fifteenth post exploring dual aspect monism. This summarizes the key elements of this idea, focusing on those things on which most or all of our thinkers agree.

Imagine for a moment that we are Flatlanders. This refers to the 1884 book by Edwin A. Abbott titled Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. A character named A. Square lives in a world of two dimensions. His belief that only two…

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Gerald R. Baron

Gerald R. Baron

Husband, father, grandfather, mostly-retired, farm advocate, author, communicator. Deeply curious about science, nature, spirit and history.