Same linguistic foundations inheriting the same descriptive problems.

We’re in the land of “nature of Trinity” theological stuff, even though we’re talking in philosophical terms and not about theology. It’s brain-buster stuff.

That’s what I mean about the language being a pain in the ass when it comes to describing stuff like this. The greeks didn’t have the right words for it then, we don’t have the right words for it now. Same linguistic foundations inheriting the same descriptive problems.

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