Living with the Mystery

Philosophy and Theology 21 (1/2):199-207 (2009)
Abstract
Philosophy develops the direction towards the Whole opened up by the Notion of Being that makes the mind to be a mind. It isgrounded in awe that can increase as inquiry continues, though it tends to fall back into the routines of its exercise, like every otherhuman activity. In a time when it is common to think of ourselves as just another combination of elements in the evolutionary universe,reflection upon our own awareness turns the tables on materialists by re-minding the earliest phases called “mere matter” and setting the cosmos back into the encompassing realm of absolute Mystery
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