Breaching the ‘Great Lie’ That Isolates Individual Good from Common Good -

Arid Confrontation’ (Oil painting on board by Alan Rayner, 1973)
Willowy Bridge’ (Oil painting on board by Alan Rayner, 1974). The chasm between the left and right worlds of hawkish (with ‘tunnel vision’) and serene (with ‘all-round’ vision) natures is conjoined by a bridge that brings each into the mutual influence of the other, allowing soulful passage into the ‘open’ through the veil in their midst. The bridge is in danger of being cut into opposing sides by a shaft of sunlight

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Alan Rayner is an evolutionary ecologist, writer and artist, who is pioneering the philosophy of natural inclusion

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Alan Rayner

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Alan Rayner is an evolutionary ecologist, writer and artist, who is pioneering the philosophy of natural inclusion

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