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An original and systematic work of speculative philosophy. The title itself, although suggestive of the traditional term “metaphysics”, indicates a knowledge that does not simply transcend physics but rather unites the mental and physical aspects of spirit. Spirit, which is the ultimate principle in this treatise, is the comprehensive living reality of which mentaphysics is the theoretical exposition. The main body of the text is a detailed elaboration of this principle. As a contemporary work of speculative philosophy MENTAPHYSICS is intended to provide the framework and underlying principles of philosophical inquiry and reflection. At the same time it is a scholarly re-interpretation of the history of philosophy and culture. As such MENTAPHYSICS is both a continuation of and an addition to the speculative traditions of the East and the West.
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Spirit of the Ages
An original work of speculative philosophy. The full title – Spirit of the Ages: thinking about thinking – perennial problematics and their perennial solution is intended to convey that a complete philosophical system must enclose all possibilities of time within eternity – and all possible beings within actual existence. As a companion to Mentaphysics as pure theory, Spirit of the Ages traces the whole journey of humankind from its pre-conceptual consciousness in the mystic life of other beings through the temporal linearity of the discovery of philosophy, religion and science as the only possible theoreticals. Grounded not in the imagination but in the solid empirical experience of lives actually lived – of time fueled by the ethereal chords of instantiation – Spirit of the Ages uncovers the alembic bond fusing the mortality and necessity of the linear temporality of actual human experience with the wonder of its encirclement by the immortal reality of existence as unquenchably Good.