By A. Chernyakov
target is to illustrate that during a distinct experience the postmodern onto-logy is chrono-logy. The argument proceeds (and this constitutes its crucial novelty) in the `multidimensional area' related to not just the synchronic
stratum of present conceptuality in its inner logical relationships, but additionally the diachronic axis of conceptual genesis. I follow diverse suggestions of study on the way to emphasize that the concept that of the human Self, the
inspiration of being, and the concept that of time are inseparably associated with each other. To this triad I upload yet another hyperlink of a theological nature, viz. the connection among God and the human brain because it has been constructed in
Orthodox apophatic theology and through the Scholastic controversies about the challenge of visio Dei.
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