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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on September 30, 2001 05:17:51 UTC

Hello Harv,

>>>"It is left undefined (aka mystery). So, I don't think this is enough to make any claims against panentheism.">"You might see why a mathematical realist such as myself would so easily grab onto a panentheist view.">"The primitive to panentheism is that whatever exists must ultimately be reduced to something that is holistic. (Many reputable) philosophers accept a holistic theory of truth."

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