Pantheism fundamentals





Pantheist Monism




This pantheist believes in:




The identity,1 hence oneness,2 of nature3 and GOD.4,5,6
















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1.     That is to say, non-difference ≈ sameness.

2.     i.e. ‘One without a second’ (or ‘other’), so the Upanishads, idem the Tao-te-Ching. In other words, this pantheist does not believe in the super-natural.

3.     Fornature’ read: the (or any) complete ensemble of the natured as quantised, hence limited (repeated) ordering emergents.

4.     For GOD read: the (and so every) unlimited quantised procedure that natures, i.e. that emerges identifiable (hence analogue) realities. Since the naturing procedure is same for (or, as Meister Eckhart stated, ‘the ground’ of) all it cannot be cognised or experienced (but only inferred) by the natured.

5.     In short, the unlimited ordering (hence naturing) procedure which some choose to named GOD and any and every one naturing’s innumerable differential, hence alternatively iterated order states (i.e. the natured, and which some choose to name gods) are identical, that is to say, not two, not dual, not different.

6.     This pantheist cognises/experiences the natured (collectively called nature) as automata, that is to say, as automatic, self-emerging, self-guiding, self-controlling, thus self-organising response to activation by turbulence ≈ energy. The dualist (as pseudo-monist or pseudo-monotheist) cognises or experiences the natured as heteromatic because emerged and sustained by a selected (thus limited, thus differential) God.