- There are two methods of intellectual inquiry: intuition and analysis.
- Analysis understands reality in terms of stability, predictability, and spatial location; intuition, on the other hand, experiences growth, novelty, and temporal duration.
- True donation is experienced only in the human person, and that duration is preserved in memory.
- Memory, while being informed by sense impressions, is not absolutely dependent upon the matter of the brain.
- Freedom is the personal event of self-creation.
- An inexhaustible, vital impulse orients all of creation to greater perfection and as such lies at the core of evolution.
- Mysticism, as ultimate transcendence, experiences the unity of all things and expresses itself in a call to universal love; this is the insight of dynamic religion and morality.
- Closed societies with their concern for social order and cohesion produce religions of authority, ritual, and hierarchy, as well as a morality focused on law.
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