Humanity's Capacity to Share a Common Sense: The Absence That Gives Rise to Our Presence

Authors

  • Sperry Andrews Human Connection Institute
  • Jennifer Tayloe

Keywords:

Non-existence, Mind

Abstract

This paper builds upon an essay I published in Cosmos and History in June of 2014, in which nonexistence is seen as the engine, axis and source of existence.1Here I propose a speculative bottom-up theory of everything originating from nothing, including how top-down theories, such as general relativity and quantum mechanics, might approximate my instinct. I share how any one can intuitively experience scientific theories.

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Published

25-10-2015

How to Cite

Andrews, S., & Tayloe, J. (2015). Humanity’s Capacity to Share a Common Sense: The Absence That Gives Rise to Our Presence. Cosmos and History: The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy, 11(2), 250–268. Retrieved from https://cosmosandhistory.org/index.php/journal/article/view/501