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Here’s one of Hegel’s figures that deserves its own passage, free of the evanescent correlatives of quotidian life, the plumage that adorns it piece-meal:
The True is thus the Bacchanalian revel in which no member is not drunk; yet because each member collapses as soon as he drops out, the revel is just as much transparent and and simple repose. 149 more words
Taken from the Merriam-Webster’s Encyclopedia of World Religions
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Today’s religious topic is as follows: 206 more words
Crescive means (adj). growing, increasing, developing. Crescive is cited in William Shakespeare’s Henry V Part ! (H5 I.i.66) Ely says to Canterbury about Prince Hal’s growth: “Unseen, yet crescive in his faculty.” 6 more words