Continuing in the vein of the revolutionary transvaluations characteristic of both ‘Occasional Maxims’ (1994) and ‘Maximum Occasions’ (1994-5), this volume of aphoristic philosophy nevertheless returns us, in due cumulative fashion, to the cyclical style of writing adopted by John O'Loughlin in ‘From Punishment to Grace’ (1994), albeit with the addition of side titles to recurring numerals, and with a view to bringing to completion a task which really began several years ago … when he boldly set-out on the long and difficult path that leads to Truth, or metaphysical knowledge. Little did he realize, at the time, that not only would he eventually get to the Truth (which, in any case, we maintain no-one had previously done to anything like the same philosophic extent), but … actually overhaul it, in what is effectively a literary parallel to heaven.
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