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Modern Academia And Its Conceits

I have been motivated to write a couple future posts by a book I recently read, Wittgenstein: A Very Short Introduction by A.C. Grayling. In place of a proper “introduction”, he belittles Wittgenstein’s prowess and contributions, as well as somehow … Continue reading

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Equality of Thought

We try not to fall in the snares of the old ideas – we intend to alter the way we look at them. Given our uncertain world: Impressions, empathy, perception, and intuition are more dear to us than logic – … Continue reading

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Atheism, Cont.

In a recent post I decried Atheism, or the way that some approach it, for being absolute.¬† However, as Cheryl reminded me, atheism or no faith does no necessarily equate to anything absolute, but rather the opposite. My scattered thoughts¬†emerged … Continue reading

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The Age of Humanity

“You were sick, but now you’re well, and there’s work to do” – Kilgore Trout Salaam! A new regime appears! It surfaces from the wasteland of the previous power, feeding and thriving on the toxicity deposited by the old authority. … Continue reading

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