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PostSubject: Re: Objective <> Subjective Objective <> Subjective - Page 9 EmptyTue Feb 11, 2020 9:55 am

The difference between 'beleif' and 'being'. The modern divide of consciousness (see Iain Mcgilchrist). To believe in something is still only a vaguary of identity, even if guided by passion, one needs the necessity of alacrity. To be in accordance with a belief, is to organically act out psychological impulses which affirm ones identity within the natural exigencies of the real world, also known as the "spirit". Because there is no ethos or "spiritual basis" in modernity, these impulses act out through psychosis, because everything about modern life is abstract and anti-nature. It manifests only as psychological dysfunctions and insanity; a world dominated by Mcgilchrist's "left-brain" sphere of reality.
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