In a commensal world ,humanity dines with reality - not upon it.
Hitler cherry-picked much from the Romantic Era - above all he saw that humanity could, be sheer force of will , create vast mental universes.
But is was his great error was to imagine he - or anyone - could successfully impose these mental universes upon the physical universe (or universes).
Romantics saw the physical universe, Nature, as endlessly dynamic , a constantly changing kaleidoscope of possibilities.
They imagined the human individual was also a kaleidoscope of mental possibilities.
The Modernists, such as Hitler and Einstein, had a great weakness .
It was to presume there was something they could drag into this Romantic Era from earlier (Plato to the Enlightenment) ages.
They envisioned that one could fully know this natural kaleidoscope, fully know it to the point of freezing it and then re-molding it in your own mind-created kaleidoscope.
They saw all of Nature's unceasing variety as a mere rococo surface, a showiness, because deep underneath, fundamentally, Nature was made up of a few knowable laws.
Compared to the human mental universe, the physical universe they saw as much simpler.
Now commensality agrees with the modernists that a single human mind might not just be able to convince itself, but all humanity, that cherry trees bloom year around on the top of Mount Everest.
Virtual Reality behold yourself !
But commensality argues that the physical reality remains equally successful in insisting that that no cherry tree ever blooms on the top of Mount Everest.
Our mental universes are as free as the Romantics and their foes, the Modernists,said they were, but they remain in, horizontal with, the physical universe, not superior to it.....