Degree XXXII — Question Set 2


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See also:

Lecture for Degree XXXII
Towards a Unified Cosmology
Holistic Cosmology
The Stream of Consciousness


1. In the Lecture for Degree XXXII, read the section headed "Perpetual Questions", carefully consider each question in turn, and try to frame your own answers.

2. What helps, if any, do you derive from the "Old Answers" in the next section?

3. To what extent may present-day cosmology be considered a fruit of one of "the flowers which fancy strewed before the youthful steps of Psyche when she first set out in pursuit of the immortal object of her love"?

4. Do your own answers to these questions enable you to construct a personally satisfying reconciliation of the apparent conflicts between science, religion, and philosophy?