Category Archives: Principles

EXISTENCE AND CONSCIOUSNESS IN THE LIGHT OF METAPHYSICAL TRADITION

Based on a lecture delivered by Dr. Andras Laszlo in 1988. – own translation The concept of existence and consciousness being one has emerged even in the course of the Western history of philosophy, from various aspects. From the Greeks till today … Continue reading

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A few remarks on the temporal phases of human life

Author: Andras Laszlo Own translation from Hungarian There are three adequate views on time as a streaming durance (duratio fluens):  a) linear time and time-view, – b) cyclical time and time-view, – c) radical time and time-view. Not only are … Continue reading

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666

Author: Baranyi Tibor Imre – sexcenti sexaginta sex –   Hic sapientia est. Qui habet intellectum, computet numerum bestiae. Numerus enim hominis est: et eius sexcenti sexaginta sex. (Apocalypsis Ioannis 13:18) The period of the passing yet frightening victory of … Continue reading

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The essence of life and death

Author: András László Becoming is eventually followed by decease and passing. Only that which is incorruptible and immortal has neither a time-bound nor a principle beginning since what has no beginning will not have an end either. We have to examine some … Continue reading

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The evolutionary self-conception of man

Author: Ferenc Buji Own translation from Hungarian Both tradition and science consider man the fruit of evolution. Their views often correspond even concerning the relation between “proofs”, as well as regarding other partial issues and mechanisms. But regarding man’s origin, … Continue reading

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