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Nothing contains all things. It is more precious than gold, without beginning and end, more joyous than the perception of bountiful light, more noble than the blood of kings, comparable to the heavens, higher than the stars, more powerful than a stroke of lightening, perfect and blessed in every way.
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One of the main objections raised against recent attempts to form a realist or materialist philosophy – those of Object-Oriented Ontology (OOO) and Speculative Realism (SR) – is that these attempts forget to account for the ways that human interactions with objects lead to a sort of ‘translation’ of the object’s being into forms understandable by human consciousness. 1,459 more words