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8名無しさん@おーぷん :2016/12/24(土)23:17:48 ID:neH()
Pluralism lets things really exist in the each-form or distributively. Monism thinks that the all-form
or collective-unit form is the only form that is rational. The all-form allows of no taking up and
dropping of connexions, for in the all the parts are essentially and eternally co-implicated. In the
each-form, on the contrary, a thing may be connected by intermediary things, with a thing with which
it has no immediate or essential connexion. It is thus at all times in many possible connexions which
are not necessarily actualized at the moment. They depend on which actual path of intermediation it may
functionally strike into: the word "or" names a genuine reality. Thus, as I speak here, I may look
ahead or to the right or to the left, and in either case the intervening space and air and ether enable
me to see the faces of a different portion of this audience. My being here is independent of any one set
of these faces.If the each-form be the eternal form of reality no less than it is the form of
temporal appearance, we still have a coherent world, and not an incarnate incoherence, as is charged by
so many absolutists.


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