This week has been absolutely C-R-A-Z-Y.
I tell you all why, because the first half of it, my panic attacks were returning at full strength, and I was feeling so sick spiritually. 779 more words
I am particularly excited to have just heard of the publication of the first volume arising from the project, “The Dark Side of Antiquity” (which has appeared in this space before – see… 130 more words
13. Hegel and Nicholas of Cusa
13.1 The use of Neoplatonism
Nothing could more clearly exemplify the dishonesty that permeates modern Western philosophy, a dishonesty motivated by a careerist pandering to the requirements of the dominant ideology, than the relationship between Neoplatonism and the philosophy of the German idealists, particularly Hegel. 1,670 more words
This week I joined Sean Finnegan again for another interview on the excellent Restitutio podcast.
In this interview, Finnegan and I discuss my new book, … 109 more words
‘Now it is also the case that there can be nothing intermediate to an assertion and a denial. We must either assert or deny any single predicate of any single subject. 303 more words