|Characteristic of suite of aspects
|There are a number of them (approximately 15), in before-and-after sequence.
|Around their kernels are spheres, which merge into each other.
|Meaning moves to and fro along the aspects.
|Temporal functioning enabled by the aspects is irreversible, always moving forward.
|Just as organs are necessary to an organism, so the aspects are all necessary to the suite.
|The aspectual kernels are distinct as to their meaning.
|The aspects enable temporal reality to achieve something significant.
|The aspects express some of what God reveals of his character.
|The aspects work together, each with a role.
|The aspects are never wasteful.
|The aspects (when rightly responded to) work in harmony, without conflict.
|The aspects are spheres of law.
|The aspects all serve each other, rather themselves.
|The aspects can be trusted.
This is part of The Dooyeweerd Pages, which explain, explore and discuss Dooyeweerd's interesting philosophy. Questions or comments are very welcome.
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