Knowledge, Super-normality and Faith
[It was] … only after men had tried their hand for thousands of years at merely objective philosophizing did they discover that, among the many things that make the world so puzzling and precarious, the first and foremost is that, however immeasurable and massive it may be, its existence hangs nevertheless on a single thread; and this thread is the actual consciousness in which it exists. This condition, with which the existence of the world is irrevocably encumbered, marks it with the stamp of ideality … and consequently with the stamp of mere phenomenon.2
KeywordsPhenomenalist Conception Copenhagen Interpretation Actual Consciousness Objective Philosophize Biblical Narrative
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