Oppositions give a feeling of completion that can then become unhelpfully transcendent and/or instrumental. 

Dear Bill, There is so much in this rich and exciting post. Thank you for picking up and expanding upon the notion that oppositions give a feeling of completion that can then become unhelpfully transcendent and/or instrumental.  Thank you also for probing so cogently the notion of dismembering Dionysus as enacted in the fragmenting academic disciplines of Western modernity. Nicolescu…

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