[Milton-L] Adams and Perspectivism?
mascety at mscc.huji.ac.il
Mon Sep 24 05:49:20 EDT 2007
Certainly Adams has very compelling arguments to make on Chaos. It
seems to me, though, that perspectivism is different from neutrality,
or partial evil:
"Chaos is neutral as between good and evil; all he likes is disorder.
That inclines him to evil, of course, but not all the way, for evil
is itself a principle of order; and chaos is, so to speak, beyond
good and evil." (76)
Chaos is partially evil, but not all the way?
Adams, like others, judges, labels and fixes a univocal quality of
Chaos. It is this, it is that. It seems to me, on the other hand,
that what Prof. Fleming wrote was certainly closer to what I wrote in
my email: "It simply doesn't matter [to understand what Chaos is]."
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