At 09:40 AM 11/2/2007, Diana Manister wrote:
>CR: I wasn't being entirely serious. Bradley's description of his
>experience as enclosed in an opaque circle hardly differs from Leibniz's
>windowless monad. Jung's vision of the individuation process putting the
>self in harmony with the environment seems foreign to both. Diana
Diana or CR,
Is it possible to say briefly what the nature of this "harmony" is?
>Diana Manister <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>"...my experience falls within my own circle, a circle closed
>on the outside; and, with all its elements alike, every sphere
>is opaque to the others which surround it...."
>Question: can a windowless monad be concentric with the cosmos? Leibniz
>never said. Diana
If it's a windowless cosmos, only a windowless monad could be concentric
with it, right? Leibniz may have gotten in deeper than Jung and the other