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Q:- The way you describe the essence of natural inclusion as the mutual inclusion of space and energy in all natural phenomena sounds rather intellectual and unemotional - how can it account for our feelings?

 

Q:- Atoms were originally conceived as indivisible, massy particles - so why do we keep finding more and more substructure in them and why do they have volume?

 

Q:- I’m not sure I understand what you mean when you say that the essence of natural inclusion can be worked out simply by asking ‘what, most fundamentally, needs to be present for naturally-occurring local bodily forms like rocks, water drops and our own bodies to be distinguishable from their surroundings’ – how is this possible?

 

Q:- How does ‘natural inclusion’ differ from other theories of reality, like Ken Wilber’s ‘Integral Theory’?