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Posted by Harvey on September 29, 2001 14:26:54 UTC

Hi Luis,

What is your beef with panentheism? Is it holism or the primitives of the belief? Holism (i.e., irreducible theses) is well-regarded and taken serious by a number of philosophers and scientists. If it is the so-called primitives of the belief then I don't see why. Every belief has certain primitives that are left undefined (outside the range of logic and arguability if you will).

Let me know exactly where you are taking issue against panentheism. Thanks!

Warm regards, Harv

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