History, Evolution, and The Darwin Debate

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Evolution and space-time

March 31st, 2009 · No Comments

Comment on Perhaps History Holds The Key
The eonic effect reconciles the relationship of evolution and history, but evolution, if we examine the eonic sequence in its mysterious logic, ends up with a structure analogous to what in Kant is the phenomenal/noumenal distinction. This suggests that there is an element that is beyond space-time, a point that is clear from looking at the Axial Age.
You can follow the derivation in the online selections from World History And The Eonic Effect.

Stephen P. Smith said,
March 31, 2009 at 2:35 pm ·
What would the “observable” be without the “unobservable” context that provides the basis of history? No much! The unobservable context sources the space-time fabric again. And so a theory of space-time is needed to explain evolution, but such a theory belongs with Kant’s metaphysics. I believe progress can be made getting beyond metaphysics (as Hegel noted), while others do not.

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