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To return to Jaspers: the next question relates to his definition of the common denominator of axial breakthroughs. ”23 This formulation is obviously reminiscent of Jaspers’s own version of 21 22 23 See Liverani (1988), 629-60 and 934-48. ” Jaspers (1953), 8. 32 johann p. arnason existential philosophy; he seems, in other words, to impose an anachronistic and uniformitarian model on a historical experience that should first be analyzed with all due allowance for diversity. Can the axial breakthroughs be interpreted as a new round of variations on the theme of human being-in-the-world?
It also holds valid for the only non-monotheistic world religion, even if Buddhism came to regard the concrete historicity of its founder as much less important than the monotheistic traditions did. And although the trajectory of Hinduism is much less clear-cut than the others, it seems to include a reflexive turn taken during the period in question, which did not translate directly into further growth or expansion, but generated intellectual resources which would prove crucial a much later resurgence.
These questions—there are, to begin with, six of them, and more could no doubt be added to the list—are not so much posed as indicated ex negativo by Jaspers’s argument. His claims—including some of his most aberrantly unhistorical statements—can, in retrospect, be read as attempts to settle, bypass or neutralize unstated problems to which we must return. 1. The first question concerns the hermeneutical presuppositions of theorizing about the Axial Age. Jaspers presents his thesis—very explicitly—as an alternative to Christian and post-Christian philosophies of history.
The Magical Household: Spells & Rituals for the Home (Llewellyn's Practical Magick Series) by Scott Cunningham