This passage comes after a description of the noetic pursuit of transcendent truth by all of the Greek philosophers, upward and away from the earth. This central theme of noetic ascent is summarized (with appreciation) from the Presocratics through Aristotle, before Foltz turns to incarnation: Into this trajectory of restless, almost obsessive, transcendence comes theContinue reading “inscribed deep within the Earth”
The wonder of the world The beauty and the power The shapes of things, Their colours, light and shades These I saw, Look ye also while life lasts. Text from an old Cumbrian gravestone that prefaced all the books by Denys Watkins-Pitchford.
Each new power won by man is a power over man as well…. Each advance leaves him weaker as well as stronger…. The final stage is come when Man by eugenics, by pre-natal conditioning, and by an education and propaganda based on a perfect applied psychology, has obtained full control over himself. Human nature willContinue reading “leaves him weaker as well as stronger”