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Tweeting Towards Immortality

I hate to sleep. For me it is the burden of my day. If I can, I like to stay up late and get up early. 899 more words

Art, Society & Culture

[NB] Demonic Mimesis

Yesterday was a good day in numerous small ways and one of them was following a little nudge to wander by the library. I walk by the new books shelf and the first thing I see is Divine Scapegoats: Demonic Mimesis in Early Jewish Mysticism by Andrei A. 852 more words

Rethinking Old Ideas

Search terms: "pagan eschatology"

Wow, what a question! What would a pagan eschatology look like? For one thing, of course, if you ask three Pagans you’ll get five answers, a standard situation in religious communities with questions of this type. 350 more words

Heidegger's Being and Time (Part III: Dualism)

I’ve been threatening to explain Heidegger’s views on why dualism is predicated on a mistake, and I’ve finally done it. Well, I let someone else do it while I held the camera. 1,203 more words


Is Technology the new Biology?

The recent passing of Singapore’s leading politician Mr. Lee Kuan Yew has awakened within me an acute awareness of the brevity of human life and the human body. 1,108 more words


The Cave of Shadows

Plato had a theory of existence in which we are prisoners chained in a cave, watching shadows play against the cave wall. We do not experience reality first-hand but in fact, far behind us there is a reality casting the shadows we see. 457 more words

The Art Of Narrative

A split which partakes of itself.

The distinction between appearance and reality is both appearance and reality.