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Book: The Five Principles of Middle Way Philosophy

Chapter: a. Systemic Continuity

DOI: 10.1558/equinox.44172


Incrementality is the practice of conceptualizing the qualities of all objects and events as a matter of degree rather than as discontinuous absolutes, aiding our continuing attention rather than shortcut absolutization. This gets us closer to a systemic view of objects that is not just left-hemisphere formatted. In practice this needs to be done in moments of reflection.

Chapter Contributors

  • Robert Ellis ( - rmellis) 'Middle Way Society'