Emil Ludwig Fackenheim suggests to us, at least from his (Jewish transcendental) perspective, a
commandment (mint or ing?) relationship to God:
If this version of transcendentalism is true, you never really have to go through life with a safety
The command relationship confirms for us that at least we’re responsible beings.
"There is a dimension of meaning in the worth of a being, being responsible” Fack
We are agents (i.e., active beings), not merely patients (i.e., passive beings)
.: freedom is the only kind of thing agents can have
We are not always alone in the universe rather there is a person if we believe in a divine being. A partnership, aka