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The Paradigm of Christ

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By Masahito Koishikawa

The Paradigm of Christ, was created for those seeking the truth of humanity. The Paradigm of Christ is a phenomenological model being designed to illuminate the semiotic system of the Gospel and is a hermeneutic explanation developed through this model. Although the Paradigm of Christ evolved according to the symbolic system of the myth of Jesus Christ, the methods of reorganizing the metaphors are based on those of  metaphysics, phenomenology, and depth-psychology. From Christians to skeptics, anyone who seriously asking the questions of personality integration may participate in this metaphysical solution of the Christian Revelation.   This work deconstructs the Gospel while simultaneously reorganizing and applying it to the integration of human spirit. It is a reorganization into a metaphorical system through which we perceive the structure of being. Although the author takes a theistic standpoint, this work retains a genuinely semiotic, hermeneutic, and metaphysical study of the Gospel. The word Paradigm was taken from Plato's Paradigma (the exemplar of the form of the Good).


Introduction 3 Theoretical Reference
Introductory Note 1 3.1 metaphysical
Introductory Note 2 3.1.1 The Movement of Life
1 Formation of The Paradigm 3.1.2 Light and Life
1.1 from phenomena to noumena 3.2 methodological
1.1.1 Phenomenal Attitudes 3.2.1 Plato's Dialectics
1.1.2 From Attitudes to Impulses 3.2.2 Phenomenological Reduction
1.2 the isomorphism of light and life 3.3 epistemological
1.2.1 Identity with the Spectrum 3.3.1 Merleau-Ponty
1.2.2 The Double Spectrum Plane 3.3.2 Wittgenstein
2 the Cipher System of the Gospel 3.4 hermeneutic/semiotic
2.1 the spatial code 3.4.1 Hermeneutics of Metaphor
2.1.1 Genealogy 3.4.2 Semiotic Context
2.1.2 Characters 4 the Paradigm and other systems
2.1.3 Setting 4.1 Kant
2.1.4 Story 4.2 Fichte
2.1.5 Other Symbols 4.3 Schelling
2.2 the temporal code 4.4 Hegel
2.2.1 The Three Announcements 4.5 Jaspers
2.2.2 The Passion and The Resurrection 4.6 Heidegger
2.2.3 The End of the World 4.7 Jung
2.2.4 The Kingdom of God 4.8 Tillich
2.3 The Prologue of John 4.9 The Tao Te Ching
2.4 The Sermon on the Mount