Pantheism fundamentals





Pantheist liberation



This pantheist believes that:



Completion1 (of a2 procedure3) liberates.4,5,6,7



























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1.     i.e. limitation, ending and so on of an unending, open, ongoing hence incomplete, hence uncertain (because @less than minimum entropy) procedure. Procedure completion (i.e. stopping or ending) emerges a random (i.e. free) quantum that can strike/contact @c2 and thus generate both a moment of absolute realness and add complexity to its contact (and itself), thereby emerging a different identity.

2.     i.e. any, every. Procedure content, i.e. a given series of constraints, being conditional, is irrelevant (because transient and uncertain).

3.     The unlimited (hence unidentifiable) identity and realness emerging procedure (i.e. and which some choose to name GOD) happens if and when a limited series of (initially random) events/quanta is activated (i.e. energised). The proceed (i.e. as outcome or product) of a procedure (and which some choose to name god) is identical with the procedure that emerged it (i.e. of which it emerged as differential iteration).

4.     i.e. freedom, release results (in complex order systems) from autonomous (i.e. random) action that increases survival (i.e. win) capacity, i.e. survivability ≈ continuance. Survivability (and therefore what is best for me) decides action. Increase in survivability alone is meaningful.

5.     Liberation (release) is initially experienced (i.e. by the dependent, such as infants and juveniles; or dualists and pseudo-monists) as freedom from constraint by an ‘other’ and which decreases survivability ≈ increasing unfitness ≈ entropy and so on. Mature adults experience liberation as freedom to self-constrain and which increases survivability ≈ fitness ≈ decreasing entropy.

6.     The pantheist (more specifically, the mature adult) understands that each and every completed and so identifiable quantum of realness, i.e. as (best) survivor, is liberated (by each act of completion).

7.     The dualist (for instance, the Christian or advaita or dvaita Vedantist or Buddhist) masquerading (for political reasons) as monist claims that only those self-selected (and self-purified) order quanta (such as saints, or buddhist arahats) that have liberated themselves from constraint, specifically from this bad/sinful/dependent and transient world/nature (Sanskrit: samsara) are free/released. The latter (archaic) view is primitive, indeed naïve, indeed infantile.