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Author: Dorothea Frede

Forms and their relation to their participants is provided by Meinwald 2016, chapters 9 and 10 (with an appendix on the meaning of ‘transcendence’). The metaphysics of the Forms, their unity and plurality, combination and separation, is the topic of the thorough study by Harte, 2002. For a justification

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis

: God »repents according to the abundance of his steadfast love« (Ps. 106:45). To »repent« means to change; »steadfast« means to change not. God’s love involves both forms of perfection: perfect flexibility and perfect stability. 16 3. Immanence and Transcendence Advocates and opponents of

In: Panentheism and Panpsychism
Author: Karl Pfeifer

the transcendence of God from theism with the immanence of God from pantheism. Whereas theism regards God as standing independent of the world, pantheism regards God and the world as coextensive or identical, and panentheism regards God as containing the world; the world is in God, hence God is more

In: Panentheism and Panpsychism
Author: Stefan Lang

profiles. You can’t flip an episode of consciousness in order to see its bottom the way you can stones. Objects thus exhibit a kind of transcendence episodes of consciousness don’t. Objects are relatively stable and »infinitely plunderable.« Demgegenüber bezeichnet der Ausdruck ›Objekt‹ im Zusammenhang mit

In: Performatives Selbstbewusstsein
Author: Sibylle Moser

polymorphous hybrid body located in the sphere between the human and the non-human. In fact, Björk has elaborated on organic hybridity and metamorphosis extensively in many works, her album Biophilia (2011) being the most distinguished. Dibben (2015) has argued that this transcendence of dualistic opposites

In: Metaphernforschung in interdisziplinären und interdiskursiven Perspektiven
Author: Uwe Voigt

transcendence, i.e. also His otherness exceeding human knowledge, which is expressed in that second horn? Shouldn’t we all know the feeling what it is like to be in God? However, what a feeling could that be? What is it like to be not (only) in some concrete atmosphere, but in any atmosphere at all? From the

In: Panentheism and Panpsychism
Author: Philip Clayton

and worship God. Gradualist panentheistic panpsychism becomes the affirmation that God lures creation from »potentially aware« to »actually aware« in ways that preserve both the transcendence and the immanence of God. (4) »God in All Things« and the Ground of Mentality We have discussed all

In: Panentheism and Panpsychism

God transcends the latter both in ontological rank and supremely moral power. Throughout his system, Spinoza fails to do justice to this transcendence of holiness by which God, as the soul intuits by virtue of the highest of its epistemic powers, is »distant and different« from the world. Instead

In: Panentheism and Panpsychism

. Chichester : Wiley . Priest , S. ( 2000 ) The Subject in Question: Sartre’s Critique of Husserl in ‘The Transcendence of the Ego.’ London, New York : Routledge . Ramge , Thomas ( 2018 ) Mensch und Maschine. Wie Künstliche Intelligenz und Roboter unser Leben verändern . Stuttgart

In: Artificial Intelligence

. ( 2003 c). Varieties of Religion Today. William James Revisited . Cambridge [et al.] : Harvard Univ. Press . Taylor , Ch. ( 2004a ). Modern Social Imaginaries . Durham & London : Duke University Press . Taylor , Ch. ( 2004 b). A Place for Transcendence? In R. Schwartz

In: Charles Taylor