Recently, Antonio Dias employed a phrase that I quite like: “the Edifice of Thought”. The painstakingly constructed modern edifice of thought now rests upon some pretty wobbly foundations — the metaphysical assumptions of the Newtonian-Cartesian paradigm that have now become very dubious and uncertain. Chief among these dubious assumptions is metaphysical dualism, or what is called “the mind-body problem”, which has become a major impediment to our resolving many of the crises of Late Modernity.
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Also, what your phrase “Edifice of Thought” brings to mind is something from Blake’s Marriage of Heaven and Hell. I found it quite suggestive — “a flat-sided steep” frowning over the present world. Sounds just about like an “edifice of thought”. (His Devil also seems to be referring here to morphic fields).
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