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History Reimagined

We imagine the future containing an infinite amount of possibilities. The present is more concrete, for obvious reasons.  Sandwiched between the to-come and what-has-come. But all of our conceptions of history suggest that the past can only have happened one … Continue reading

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On Science, Religion, and Nationalism II

This post is in response to On Science, Religion, and Nationalism On the topic of (supernatural) religion and defending a society opposed to religion, I think that we are starting to have a disagreement on a fundamental issue, which is … Continue reading

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