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Associative / Metaphorical Theories of Consciousness: Heifer International
Comments by: Rod Preece - 4 Feb 2006

Maynard,

That is perhaps the most interesting post I have ever read on CVA - and there have been many interesting posts! It is in part a telling critique of those who insist on imagining some religious cultures entirely different from others - though, of course, there are different emphases. It is as though Buddhists or Hindus did not possess the universal human frailties we recognize so readily among Christians.

Could you give us a very short - no more than a brief paragraph - of Jeremy Rifkin's book - which sounds fascinating, though I must confess to not even having perused it?

Do you know exactly where in the Koran Mohammed makes his pro-vegetarian comments?

Could you explain a little further the relevance of Camus? Or were you just making a reference to the excessive simplicity of existentialism in general?

Many, many thanks, Maynard for your mind-stretching contribution.

Rod

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