katja z wrote: Onyx8 wrote:
Shouldn't there be some commas in e? I went with c and f.
No, to make it grammatical you'd have to insert another word or use a different verbal form. Either:
"Consciousness conceives and governs constructs and becomes the physical universe."
"Consciousness conceives governing constructs and becomes the physical universe."
I wonder which he meant.
I think it is using "constructs" as a verb. Therefore, this would be correct:
"Consciousness conceives, governs, constructs, and becomes the physical universe." (Or without the Oxford comma, if you prefer.
EDIT: (Sorry. I now see others have already pointed this out.