Why “henadology”?

March 21, 2009

Henad is Greek for “unit”, from hen, “one”.

Henadology, which could be considered a variant of henology, is, in my way of using the term, a mode of inquiry wider in application than ontology, but more innocuous in its premises. Further explanations of the nature of henadology in specific applications can be found in the various “core” and “project” statements on the Philosophy and Theology pages, as well as in my published papers, some of which are available for download there, though the term “henadology” may not explicitly occur in them.


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