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From QUORA (dialogue)

(Theses) Now when I say blind belief I say a belief without a reason. Believing in an anthropomorphic god. I agree to the fact that it is religion that developed a community, a society or rather what we are today. 551 more words

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Two Separate Worlds

In the liberals’ bible there is a Satan just like there is in the Christians’ Bible, but the liberals have a different version of the Genesis story. 2,209 more words

Negro Worship

Quote of the Week: Thomas Molnar, "Utopia, the Perennial Heresy"

In his desire to start from the ‘unspoiled beginning,’ the utopian feels he must clear away what has gone before, that is, everything from the customary meaning of words to traditionally accepted authority. 62 more words



In his introduction to the latest edition of Robert Nozick’s book, Anarchy, State, and Utopia, Thomas Nagel says the following:

If some flourish and others are left behind, there is nothing wrong in that, nothing that the state may use its power forcibly to correct.

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Star Trek: The Motion Picture by Gene Roddenberry (Review)

This June, we’re taking a look at some classic Star Trek movie tie-ins and other interesting objects. Check back daily for the latest reviews and retrospectives. 2,628 more words

Star Trek

Idealism, changing the world so that your ideals become apart of reality; utopianism, changing the world by confusing reality with your ideals.

The Mutualist

Confusing Reality

Laying to Rest the Speculative European

“I can live no longer by thinking.” –
Orlando, As You Like It

The democratic movements throughout Europe in the 1840s were extensions of the French Revolution that Burke warned would envelop all of Europe if the Jacobin snake was scotched but not killed. 2,223 more words

Antique Christianity