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The Art of Science

By: John D. Ferrer
Originally: 24 March 2013, updated 28 September 2014

As a student of philosophy, occasionally I find people wandering into my field of study mistaking it for their own.  2,710 more words

The Emergent Luminosity Within

–by Paul Fleischman (Sep 25, 2014)

We do not possess either the intellectual capacity or adequate information to claim that we can speak for the universe. 558 more words

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Give Your Story As An Offering

–by Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee (Sep 12, 2014)

Wait till you feel your own story like a dream, like a possibility, and then give it to the Earth as an offering. 311 more words

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Witchcraft and Knowledge

From the 15th to 18th centuries in Europe, questions about the action of witchcraft in the physical world were subject to learned debate (Clark, 2005:1). While up until recently, such early modern theories of witchcraft may have been only perceived as superstitious and of little academic value, a shift in perceptions of the history and philosophy of science has enabled witchcraft knowledge to be seen in new light (Clark, 2005: 6). 294 more words

Delicious Unity

A reader of this blog, if he were paying close attention, might have observed certain inconsistencies in the photographs. I have moved around quite a bit over the last few years, but the pictures (and the beer reviews that go with them) have lagged behind. 843 more words

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