[Short-Circuits OOO!) refuses the centrality of the human or the thesis that the human in some variant is included in all relations, perhaps its more disquieting move is to refuse the division of the world in two: the real and the human. Latour represents this beautifully in a diagram in We Have Never Been Modern: In the upper portion of the diagram we have ... from Larval Subjects . - Jul 26, 2009]
[Levi on short-circuits and Triple-O
because the OOO acronym is aesthetically pleasing and mysterious, it avoids the accusation of theft from the OOP of object-oriented programming, and it also avoids the annoying temptation to make “oops” jokes. from Object-Oriented Philosophy - Jul 26, 2009]
[We are supposed to have 7 sheaths corresponding to the 7 planes of the world (Sat, Chit, Ananda, Vijnana, Manomaya, Pranamaya, Annamaya) but we lack the two top ones (Sat and Chit) because of lack of evolution. Only the liberated soul fully experiences the Anandamaya Kosha. Maybe some future race will come endowed with these two higher sheaths. The Mother said she and Madame Theon in their occult explorations discovered themselves going from one body after another 12 times which means they had discovered 12 sheaths, so it is quite possible that there are finer gradations of these 7 sheaths. Re: The rushing of soul and oversoul into each other
by auroman on Tue 21 Jul 2009 07:13 PM IST Profile Permanent Link]
The Life Divine is no longer the cornerstone of Sri Aurobindian Ontology. Our "labourers in the quarries of the gods" have excavated a wealth of ontological nuggets from Savitri which some day can claim a parallel system. Besides, The Secret of the Veda, Essays on the Gita, The Synthesis of Yoga, Record of Yoga, and Mother's Agenda each have their own exclusive spheres waiting to be explored.
While rabid realists are contemplating to rename their Object-Oriented Philosophy (OOP) as Object-Oriented Ontology (OOO), we should also flesh out our own Remember and Offer Ontology (ROO) that is in sync with the divine manifestation of The Mother & Sri Aurobindo. [TNM]