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  •  Seriously - (1+ / 0-)
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    Dumbo

    check out Niebuhr's Meaning of Revelation - he's very, very, very close to what you're getting at here.

    -9.38/-7.69 If religion means a way of life, and life's necessities are food, clothing, and shelter, then we should not separate religion from economics. - Malcolm X

    by dirkster42 on Thu Nov 01, 2012 at 07:55:01 PM PDT

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    •  I'll have to someday. (1+ / 0-)
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      I plow through only one hard book at a time.  Working my way through Schoenberg's Theory of Harmony right now.

      I have David Kellog Lewis's books on modal realism on my radar for future tough reading right now.  Probably On the Plurality of Worlds.  

      I wrote a diary a few weeks ago for Books That Changed My Life about Philip K. Dick's Flow My Tears.  It's the usual book report, but about half the diary veers off into my own spacy take on modal logic, modal realism, multiple-world interpretation of quantum theory, and Tegmark's "Ensemble of Universes" theory of everything.  Here.

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