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Aesthetics and Late Capitalism

“There is a boundary to men’s passions when the act from feeling; none when they are under the influence of imagination”Edmund Burke – Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs… 1,394 more words

Political Theory

Another proof of God

Perhaps you might recall my earlier proofs of God, well here is another.

We live in a flawed reality. We use language with its limitations to describe things that we perceive with our imperfect sensory organs. 624 more words


Juda's Sacrament

The allegation that Christianity worships money has a deeper meaning than the truism that the church is after money. Actually, it is the institution of money that needs the church. 1,239 more words


On philosophers

While reading Immanuel Kant’s Prolegomena and Critique of Pure Reason, I have learned a lot about philosophers. In the introduction section of his book, he argues that philosophy should take a metaphysical approach to issues. 306 more words


Religion vs. Science, or Why You are (Probably) Not an Atheist

Clashes between the scientific community have been a part of civilization for hundreds of years, whether it is Galileo’s assertion that the Earth revolves around the sun and subsequent arrest, 2,201 more words


Epistemology is the branch of philosophy which studies the nature, origin, and scope of knowledge. Knowledge is, from an epistemological standpoint, distinguished from mere belief… 779 more words

God Or Science

At last, an actual juxtaposition

It’s the moment for which we have all been waiting!  Without the aid of a safety net (ooh, aah), I will now introduce a real (and rather jarring) juxtaposition which just occurred to me. 896 more words