On 12/10/2012 8:33 AM, Roger Clough wrote:
Hi Stephen P. King God is what/who is looking through the supreme monad, not the supreme monad itself.
This is a contradiction of the relations between monads, there cannot be a "special" monad. Just as there is no 'center' on the surface of a sphere, there is no central monad whose percepts are a consistent unification of all of the percepts of all other monads. This is a subtle argument. Think of a list of all possible and different properties that can exist for a percept. Can this list be infinite and self-consistent? No! Do you know why? The idea of God as a 'supreme Ruler" is foreign to Monads as they do not allow for such a hierarchy in their mereology. Every monad is, in a literal sense, God.
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