On 07 Jan 2013, at 19:47, John Clark wrote:
On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 <spudboy...@aol.com> wrote:
> Consider God, a word for Mind
OK, I have a mind therefore I am God.
I said it before I'll say it again, for some strange reason that is
unknown to me many people are willing to abandon the idea of God but
not the word G-O-D. Those letters and in that sequence (DOG just
will not do) MUST be preserved and it doesn't matter what it means.
GOD means the reality in which you believe. It is, imo, a bit more
neutral than "Universe", which is the third Aristotelian God, and
which does not belong to what constitutes the "being" for the
Platonist. Since about 1500 years, the term "God" has acquired many
christian cultural colors, but there is no reason to identify God with
the God-father of Christian "theory". God has no name, in many
theologies, so all terms to designate it can only be a fuzzy pointer.
Tao is not bad, as it has many similar qualities than the abramanic
god, but with a less "person" feature. I use the term God to designate
whatever transcend us and is responsible for our existence. With comp,
I am open to the idea that (arithmetical) truth can play that role,
and this is exploited in the arithmetical interpretation of Plotinus
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