panentheistic complex modal ontology

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panentheistic complex modal ontology

A panentheistic complex modal ontology is a philosophical view that holds that reality consists of a single, ultimate reality that encompasses both the physical world and a divine dimension. This view asserts that the divine dimension is not separate from the physical world, but rather is present within it, pervading and sustaining all things. It also holds that there are multiple possible ways that reality can exist, or “modes” of being, and that each mode is equally valid and real. This approach to ontology, the study of the nature of reality, is complex because it incorporates multiple philosophical concepts and ideas, and is panentheistic because it sees the divine as being present in all things.

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