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Philip Allott

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780199244935

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199244935.001.0001

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Humanity and its Future

Humanity and its Future

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Philip Allott

Oxford University Press

This chapter explores the three worlds made by consciousness and its future. In the physical world made by consciousness, the human being has found means of transforming that world by treating it as a world ordered in the dimensions of consciousness, time and space, and as a world which respects the ordering projected onto it by the self-ordering of consciousness. In the social world made by consciousness, the human being has found means of integrating natural human energy into structures and systems which reproduce the self-ordering of consciousness to serve purposes conceived by consciousness as human survival and prospering. In the individual world of consciousness of each human being, consciousness orders itself into the structure and the system which is the unique identity of each human being, as each human being seeks survival and prospering.

Keywords:   consciousness, physical world, time, space, ordering, self-ordering, social world, individual world

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