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    Pantheism (where God is everything) + Informatism (where spirit, matter, their processes and space, time (in which the processes of spirit and matter "flow") are reduced to information, and not to energy as in energetism (because space and time are irreducible to energy)) + Eternalism (where the "flow" of time is an illusion and all future events already exist) + Determinism and Fatalism.


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    It's all very well making up your own terms (or maybe bad translations). But unsupported claims aren't philosophy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Anffaeledig View Post
    Pantheism (where God is everything) + Informatism (where spirit, matter, their processes and space, time (in which the processes of spirit and matter "flow") are reduced to information, and not to energy as in energetism (because space and time are irreducible to energy)) + Eternalism (where the "flow" of time is an illusion and all future events already exist) + Determinism and Fatalism.
    I count 6 -isms in one paragraph/sentence.

    Huston Smith, a world religions expert was quoted as saying…”All -isms end up as schisms”

    Schism: Division, separation etc., which carries along with it differences in opinion. Reincarnation or afterlife certainly contain those. Philosophically speaking, is it worth using one -ism to argue for or against another?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    Huston Smith, a world religions expert was quoted as saying…”All -isms end up as schisms”
    What happens when a schism splits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ox View Post
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    Huston Smith, a world religions expert was quoted as saying…”All -isms end up as schisms”
    What happens when a schism splits?
    I think it’s called a splism Opinions are divided on that however.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    I think it’s called a splism Opinions are divided on that however.
    Can't accept because a splism is a detached pubic hair found in an undesirable place.
    Ref. Urban Dictionary.

    How many times can a schism divide I wonder and does this add fuel to the Many Worlds Interpretation of quantum physics?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ox View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    I think it’s called a splism Opinions are divided on that however.
    Can't accept because a splism is a detached pubic hair found in an undesirable place.
    Ref. Urban Dictionary.

    How many times can a schism divide I wonder and does this add fuel to the Many Worlds Interpretation of quantum physics?
    You do know I made the word up It’s s a homonym then….lol. Like spermology also being the study of trivia.

    What if we exist in/on a detached pubic hair that’s laying in the P trap of a bathtub drain? Would that satisfy Many Worlds…being something that’s part of something else?
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    Quote Originally Posted by zinjanthropos View Post
    What if we exist in/on a detached pubic hair that’s laying in the P trap of a bathtub drain? Would that satisfy Many Worlds…being something that’s part of something else?
    Shouldn't be much doubt.
    I think we live in a thinking universe that's one element of a thinking multiverse.
    It means we are merely like sub atomic particles of its consciousness.
    Each universe has its own laws which we as quantum bits can understand.
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