Immanence of the Transcendent — The Chrysalis

The principal matter that Blake, Nietzsche, Gebser, Aurobindo, or even Rosenstock-Huessy share in common is a conviction about what we might call “the immanence of the transcendent’ — that our turbulent times are also a self-manifestation of the transcendent. For Blake, this is “Albion”, for Nietzsche the “overman”, for Gebser the “diaphainon” (or “the Itself”), […]

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