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homo mysticus: ex machina

Homo Mysticus: ex machina

Homo mysticus is a book about the science of mysticism, seen through the lens of ancient cosmogony and sacred geometry. This book connects the spiritual and the otherworldly to the practical and tangible in a refreshingly down-to-earth way. This book is a must-read for anyone interested in the subjects of both mysticism and science.

Metaphysics Reconsidered

Metaphysics Reconsidered

This work sits at the tail end of a progression of studies into theology, mysticism, and philosophy which reaches its apex here philosophically. It builds off of the understanding of the (shared) foundations of theological, mystical, and philosophical knowledge from antiquity that we explore in Theology Reconsidered and Homo Mysticus that have…

Latest Essays

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Idealogical Reference Architecture (IRA), abridged version published in Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP)

Abridged version available in the latest issue (Vol.12 No.3 2022) of Open Journal of Philosophy (OJPP), accessible here. Complete text available online here.   Abstract With this work we introduce a system of idealogical metaphysics which…
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The Tree of Life

Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And…
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Hesiod’s Theogony: Chaos, Chronos and Eros

One of the nice things that you found as you studied more advanced civilizations, as you got further into the first millennium BCE, you had better material and source texts to work with.  You no longer had to rely on texts and tablets that…
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On Qualified Dualism, (the) Intellect & (the) Psyche

So let us have a look at the metaphysical architecture of IRA and contextualize it, primarily within the philosophical traditions, but this will invariably blend into theology and psychology as well, for at its core, philosophy - which in this…
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On IRA, Kant, Bohm and the I Ching

With IRA, we introduce an expansion of Kant’s transcendental metaphysics to include not just time, space and causality (the categories more specifically) but also as a landscape of what we might call, using Aristotelian terminology (and Manousakis…
idealogical architecture (IRA)
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On Idealogical Mechanics

With respect to defining the notion of an idea (i) within the context of our idealogical mechanics, we start with the very basic premise that what we are describing is reflective of a certain aspect of a complex system, not a physical system…
Law of Vibration by Leon Van Kraayenburgby Leon Van Kraayenburg
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On the Universal Mind

When we pivot our notion of reality (physics really as we define it herein - physis, or nature more broadly), away from objective reality as the benchmark of truth toward an epistemic, process-based model, we end up with a view of the world…