Without a doubt 'Elemental Spectra' signifies a significant milestone in the evolution of the ideological philosophy of Social Transcendentalism, since it introduces a stylistic and thematic consistency comparatively new to John O'Loughlin's work at this time (1988-9) and brings a new structural comprehensiveness to bear on it which does justice to each of the spectra of the Elements, as outlined and developed in this exceptional eBook, with its fourfold approach to philosophy which could not but bring the author into conflict with Arthur Koestler's tripartite theories and thus necessitate a critique and, ultimately, refutation of his sophisticated but logically flawed philosophy, the motive, in part, for this author's revolt against it and pursuit of a fourfold alternative such that partly resurrects pre-trinitarian thinking, to boot. The cover shows one of John O'Loughlin's Element-based abstract paintings the forms of which exist at a kind of Platonic remove from the actual elements.
- Publication Date
- May 4, 2007
- Religion & Spirituality
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): John O'Loughlin