Cosmologists argue for the persistence in our bodies of atoms from stars that exploded millions of years ago. We belong to a cosmic as well as to a human community of correspondences. In very different contexts, Plato, medieval Islamic philosophy, and Proust propose a limitless and mobile oneness of being. A discussion of Freud’s theory of the drive seeks to establish the continuity of mind and matter, and to suggest how the body thinks.
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