Pluriverse, the final work of the American poet and philosopher Benjamin Paul Blood, was published posthumously in 1920. After an experience of the anaesthetic nitrous oxide during a dental operation, Blood came to the conclusion that his mind had been opened, that he had undergone a mystical experience, and that he had come to a realisation of the true nature of reality. This title is the fullest exposition of Bloodas esoteric Christian philosophy-cum-theology, which, though deemed wildly eccentric by commentators both during his lifetime and later in the twentieth century, was nonetheless one of the most influential sources for American mystical-empiricism. In particular, Bloodas thought was a major inspiration for William James, and can be seen to prefigure the latteras concept of Sciousness directly.An Essay in the Philosophy of Pluralism Benjamin Paul Blood ... Taken as mere extension, there is double space here in the street, where the mirror on the wall shows my room projected ... Kanta#39;s scientific definition of space is as follows:anbsp;...
|Title||:||Pluriverse (Routledge Revivals)|
|Author||:||Benjamin Paul Blood|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-06-17|