Understanding our world: an integral ontology
Co-published with the Institute for Christian Studies, this volume provides a general categorical framework underlying a Christian worldview. The main components which make up this framework are world origin, world order, and ordered world.
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Order An Ontology of Universality
Functors and Functions
An Order of Functions
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