RE: [GnosticThought] Re: solipsism
- That's a good question I am not a Gnostic.
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Sent: July 31, 2002 12:01 PM
Subject: [GnosticThought] Re: solipsism
--- In GnosticThought@y..., Paul Joseph Rovelli
>or any Thelemite on this list ever claim that you or anyone else
> Hey George,
> Did you get up on the wrong side of the bed today? When did I
was not a true Gnostic? What kind of propaganda are you
> And when did I or any Thelemite claim that I or we wereGnostics? Yes, there is a Gnostic component to Thelemic
experience...but certainly I myself, am not a Gnostic...I'm a
> 93/93I suppose the next question is; if you are not a gnostic, then why
are you here on a Gnostics list?
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- In a message dated 8/7/02 10:31:15 AM Central Daylight Time,
> Hi George,
> Subjective experience is essential to the process of getting to know
> In the assumption that your comment below is referring to what I've saidso
> far, I would like to clarify myself a bit. I have no problem withsubjective
> experience...I'd have to negate my own experience otherwise. But I do havea
> problem in not qualifying that subjective experience by balancing it withthe
> objective universe and seeking also to experience that reality thatThanks for the explanation. I did think you were referring to all subjective
> transcends subjective experience. Without doing this, one is essentially
> practicing within a solipsistic paradigm.
experience as solipsist. However I still disagree it is solipsist if one
realizes others outside oneself have experiences too.