[D-G] 1949 Diss. on Spinoza and Vedanta
wku at ziggo.nl
Sat Jan 17 10:20:58 PST 2009
The time thing is different. Time off the rational
> calandar is still a durational register. The identification with
> advaiata desired in the Vedanta tradition fails in so far as no
> single aggregaate could become equal to the unequal of pure
> ordinality. However, the sense of not having a skin or means of
> differentiating self from cosmos can be experienced in psychosis
> and mystical experience. So more a question of inhabiting a time
> that feels like no time than no time as such.
Before I give a more elaborate reply, let me mention this ref., before I
Brett, C. (2002). Psychotic and mystical States of Being: Connections and
Distinctions. In Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 9.4: 321-341.
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