Schelling and the Transcendental Abyss of Nature (via Footnotes to Plato)

Schelling and the Transcendental Abyss of Nature "What is essential in science is movement; deprived of this vital principle, its assertions die like fruit taken from the living tree." -Schelling, The Ages of the World ——————————– The Copernican Revolution had the exoteric effect of throwing the Earth into motion, decentering human consciousness in the Cosmos. We, like the other planets, became a wanderer lost in the Chaos of empty space. Esoterically, the imaginations of G … Read More

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