inseparate

inseparate

(ɪnˈsɛpərət)
adj
not separate, or incapable of being separated
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A Practical Path to Authenticity,” shaman and founder of the Last Mask Center for Shamanic Healing Christina Pratt talks to writer, speaker, genre-defying social philosopher and countercultural intellectual Charles Eisenstein who explains, “The fundamental precept of the New Story is that we are inseparate from the universe, and our being partakes in the being of everyone and everything else.” According to Eisenstein, a growing number of very diverse people, especially those engaged in a shamanic life, find themselves in service to an emerging Story of the People that is defining the mythology of a New World.
This power to 'inseparate the inseparable' (TO 47) Badiou equates with language, and the various inscriptions of Being that dominate the thinking of mathematics today.
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