Herzl's Altneuland still harbours, despite its anti-utopian protests, the narrative desire for a universe in which, as Fourier had once speculated cosmogonically
, five moons illuminating the sky would transform the globe, causing the ice to recede from the poles, and ultimately will bring about a new social harmony (494-6).
This being a cosmogonically
philosophic problem of some significance, it would augur for the polemic that the mere existence of our own universe presupposes that it had a beginning, despite certain arguments from the inflationary model of astrophysics in recent years that it could have originated from nothing.
After a preliminary discussion of the general philosophical context within which Anaxagoras' thought is to be comprehended, I begin by distinguishing between noetic stuff in general (nous, or 'something') and nous as a definite something (hereafter Nous, or 'some thing'); this distinction reasonably supports the hypothesis that it is the latter rather than the former which is cosmogonically efficacious.
s placement of F10 between F9 and F13 seems highly plausible as indicating the cosmogonically required transition from nous-in-general to the nous in particular, i.
The claim needing justification at this juncture is that it is only when nous has become Nous that it has become cosmogonically efficacious; F10/B12.