Continuous Cosmos and Modern World Grammar

Awakening from the Meaning Crisis 3

February 1, 2019

A discussion of the Axial Age (800 BCE–300 BCE) and the development of psycho-technologies like alphabetic literacy, coinage, and mathematics, which transformed human cognition and led to a shift in understanding the self, the world, and meaning-making. It examines the contributions of ancient Israel, Greece, and India in this transition, particularly the emergence of concepts like progress, rational argumentation, and self-transcendence, which continue to shape our thinking today.

Continuous Cosmos and Modern World Grammar

John Vervaeke

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