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Contents: These essays attempt to advance the understanding and practice of reason in a global context, and to articulate
a more effective universal paradigm for discourse and the conduct of life. These investigations of universal grammar suggest
that an adequate paradigm for natural reason must creatively combine the long tested methods and discoveries of meditative
understanding with the insights, methods and innovations of logical and ontological traditions.