The Spiritual Writings is being pre-released.
Still a student at SCSU, and continuing to formulate his own philosophy of coherence and objectivity, Coppedge struggled with concepts of radical subjectivity, and was inspired by Zen Buddhism, Epicurus, and his own investigations into bold abstract art. The result, unlike some of his other works, which were written as encyclopedias, was one continuous text, written with the purpose of capturing a new, elusive religion. The notebook, which spanned several years of deep inner-searching, took the form of a spiritual journal. In it are contained thoughts summarizing Coppedge’s revolutionary religious perspective.
IT WILL BE AVAILABLE AT AMAZON IN THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS, IN PRINT AND E-BOOK FORM.
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