The complete stance’s critique of monism

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From the point of view of the complete stance, monist eternalism fails on its own terms. It cannot deliver what it promises.

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      which is in ⚒ Monism: the denial of difference,
      which is in Unity and diversity,
      which is in Doing meaning better.

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The next page in book-reading order is ⚒ Dualism: the fixation of difference.

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