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Travel Notes: 4 Cryptic Myths Concealed in Barcelona’s Sagrada Familia

Most visitors will be content to gaze agog with jaw wide open at La Sagrada Familia, an architectural feat of unmatched ambition. But if you’re like me—and I’m sure you are—you will be forced to devote an inordinate amount of time reflecting on the theological implications of a church construction project that will quite possibly drag out for all of eternity. 942 more words

Mything In Action

"I feel the end approaching. Quick, bring me my dessert, coffee and liqueur."

Yesterday I actually went through all the Christmas gifts I’ve bought and made a list. I haven’t yet checked it twice, but I do have an idea what I need. 273 more words

Musings

Was Camus a Sisyphus or a Stranger?

On the 7th of November 1913, Albert Camus, a French Noble Prize winning author, philosopher and journalist, was born in Dréan, French Algeria. Known for literary landmarks, such as… 809 more words

Literature

'Atlanta' & Absurdism

Who loves the show ‘Atlanta’?

Who’s sad that the first season finale is tonight?

Who picked up on the show’s absurdism?

If you’re any of the above, check out my latest analysis of the show and the characters’ relation to Sisyphus. Go head and click: HERE

Bibliophile

Albert Camus - Lucidity and Decision

“Do your own thing” became a motto for the 1960s – a motto rooted in existentialism. 1,651 more words

Searching For GSOT

Why the Bible is full of myths (or why God has a lisp)

​Last time I talked about how we cannot see that the Bible is divinely written unless God opens our eyes to it, and that in many places the Bible is like historical fiction (as opposed to fictional history). 917 more words

RESEARCH : Arthur C. Danto - The Philosophical Disenfranchisement of Art - Analysis of Essay One

‘The history of art is the history of the suppression of art, itself a kind of futility if that which one seeks to cast in chains has no effectiveness whatever, and one confers upon art the illusion of competence by treating as dangerous what would make nothing happen if it were allowed to be free.’ (Danto, 1986, pg.4) 2,004 more words

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