Yang and Anti-Yin
After a brief flirtation with numerology and a kind of oblique debunking of the esoteric or occult significance of triple-digit figures, this book of aphoristic philosophy quickly sets about its main task, which is to explore in more detail than previously by this author the dialectics of Yang and Anti-Yin and thereby bring to a conclusion matters which, in respect of noumenal sensibility, had been pending a more definitive resolution such that, as often in John O'Loughlin's work, could not but spill over into a more general resolution of other factors that had still not reached the definitive comprehensiveness which has been his goal all along and which, once reached, would confirm and enhance the truth of what most specifically appertains to the Truth, as an exemplification of godly resolve in metaphysical perfectibility.
- Paperback | 100 pages
- 152.4 x 228.6 x 5.84mm | 204.12g
- 04 Mar 2015
- United States
- black & white illustrations
About John O'Loughlin
John O'Loughlin is a London-based author who was born in Ireland of an English mother and grew up first in Hampshire and then in Surrey, where he attended a variety of state schools. Most of his adult life has been spent at different addresses in the London Borough of Haringey, north of the River Thames, to which he moved from Surrey in 1974, and all but a few of his books have been written there, the majority of which, like this one, are of an intensely philosophical not to say metaphysical and even ideological nature.