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How Everything is Related is a collection of philosophical writings by Marshall Rendina. Though it is not a book about any particular subject, it is organized into 22 categories, and the relationships of aspects within them and with others are examined. A new cosmological foundation is put forth relating light to gravity in the simplistic nature of the circle and sphere as they underlie the known physical universe, space and time being conceptualized as a single essence and form of energy, while metaphysical ideas follow suit about the origins of existence. Aesthetic ideas are presented in the arts and design as we approach a new era in our understanding of our world, our connection to nature, and the unavoidable interrelatedness of all people. New modalities in ethical thought are founded culminating with an Unwritten Constitution in which every person in the world may vote on all laws at all times. New logical arguments are made forming the basis of the relationships of all things and represented by a tree with rings surrounding each of its branches as sets of objects in their relationships to all others. A new model for consciousness and learning is brought into being by integrating aspects of the various functions of the mind as a continuous and unending process driven by a higher direction of thought similar in nature to light itself. It ultimately stresses not to be concerned with structures themselves, as structure is simple and will tire the mind, but with the fluidity of their infinite manifestations in the world and life itself.
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