The reality of will and its fundamental power seem to me central in any philosophy.



A note to my friends who are concerned with Charles Sanders Peirce

Interesting that the matter of will is not given a more central position. Because, discussing thought, we might wish to infer that we think because we will to think. Thus, even Peirce's Threes require some action of will to enable that progression of thinking to come into being. While this train may be natural, it does not just happen. The reality of will and its fundamental power seems to me central in any philosophy. We operate within multiple layers of mystery Thinking realistically is a choice, an action. It seems to accord much more with what we can infer within the mystery than does dualism, and to serve a future (continuity) which rests on the capacity to move beyond binary thinking.

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