The Cosmotheandric Experience: Emerging Religious Consciousness

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Raimon Panikkar has lived on the boundaries between Euro-America and Asia; Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity; philosophy, science, and theology; mysticism and prophecy. For him, our old habits of mind have been dying for several generations, outmoded by the arrival of a new way of intuiting reality. Panikkar calls this intuition the cosmotheandric experience. This cosmotheandric experience enables us today to enter into the hermeneutic circles that for thousands of years have hindered persons of different ...
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Overview

Raimon Panikkar has lived on the boundaries between Euro-America and Asia; Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity; philosophy, science, and theology; mysticism and prophecy. For him, our old habits of mind have been dying for several generations, outmoded by the arrival of a new way of intuiting reality. Panikkar calls this intuition the cosmotheandric experience. This cosmotheandric experience enables us today to enter into the hermeneutic circles that for thousands of years have hindered persons of different faith traditions from truly understanding the central experience of "other" religious families. The term denotes an intertwining of the "cosmic," the "human," and the "divine" - all interpenetrating one another as different dimensions of the Whole.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780883448625
  • Publisher: Orbis Books
  • Publication date: 3/1/1993
  • Pages: 150
  • Product dimensions: 6.36 (w) x 9.57 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. 1 Colligite Fragmenta: For an Integration of Reality 1
I Introduction 3
II The Three Kairological Moments of Consciousness 20
III The Cosmotheandric Intuition 54
Pt. 2 The End of History: The Threefold Structure of Human Time-Consciousness 79
I Methodological Reflection 83
II Nonhistorical Consciousness 93
III Historical Consciousness 100
IV The Crisis of History 108
V Transhistorical Consciousness 120
Epilogue: Aspects of a Cosmotheandric Spirituality 135
Anima Mundi - Vita Hominis - Spiritus Dei 137
Index 153
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  • Posted October 1, 2011

    World, God, and Man

    This book stands out as Panikkar's (Hegelian like effort) for a system. It moves away from the monolithic theology of Man to the elusive system of the trinity. The individual that exist right now gives away to the being that lives with past, present, and future. (The three categories are not t<0, t=0, t>0, the mathematical trichotomy.) The three categories are completely different state. Physics tells us that the future will be like the past. But Panikkar does not say so. Unlike other futurists, Panikkar prefers to set up distinctions. Other futurists do believe the continuation of History. Panikkar argues for the End of History. Perhaps because, Panikkar believes in the three state of time. He does not make graphs to predict the future.

    Because Panikkar believes in the present, he can command for action. Because he believes in the past, therefore he can pull together the power to change and make things better. Because he sees the future, he can find vision and hope in the future.

    I should just say it right here. Panikkar is making an outright attack on Quantitative. He will be at ease with St. Augustine who said: "if you begin your inquiry with counting, then you are making a mistake."

    History begins with writing system. We have modern History here. We see the past by reading written records. We write to make plans for the future. We act by writing. But Panikkar warns that our uses of language (and all other actions) are facing crises.

    "We are all in the same boat, which is not just this planet Earth but the entire mystery of life, consciousness, existence."(128) I think this quote demonstrates Panikkar's depth. I have never heard any one speak of the "mystery of life" in such a convincing way.

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