THE EPISTEMOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ‘FILIOQUE’

Four years ago, in November 2013, I wrote a paper titled ‘HOMOOUSIOUS’ (of the same substance) which discussed the epistemological significance of the consubstantiality of the Holy Trinity with reference to the consubstantiality of mind and matter and relating them to fusion processes in physics. The report was meant to show that the principles governing the human mind and those governing the physical universe of plasma physics were of the same nature. I have not abandoned that higher hypothesis since it can also be applied to economics, as I have recently demonstrated in CHARLEMAGNE’S ECONOMICS OF ‘AGAPE,’ which I dedicated to Lyndon LaRouche for his upcoming 95th birthday, on September 8, 2017.

The present report on the “Filioque” is a continuation of that initial report written with the intention of studying more closely the significance of the paradox of the consubstantiality of the Trinity by using the historical context of the First Council of Nicea-Constantinople (325-382 A.D.) with respect to the idea that Jesus is Man-God; that is, consubstantial with the Father.

THE EPISTEMOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ‘FILIOQUE

 

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