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A Bipolar Sin

Hay Sin, where are you going tonight,


Yes, you are moving slowly, is there any problem.

Not at all, I am tired.

Tired of what ? 846 more words

Contemplating Plato in the Pool

Plato is one of the world’s best known and most widely read and studied philosophers. He was the student of Socrates and the teacher of Aristotle, and he wrote in the middle of the fourth century B.C.E. 462 more words

The art of the heel

This week it’s the Democrats’ turn to make empty promises while they officially nominate a candidate almost as unpopular as Donald Trump. Hillary Clinton is a war hawk in the style of her friend Henry Kissinger; a shapeshifting phony on issues ranging from… 299 more words

Plato's Euthyphro and the Introduction to Philosophy / Curriculum

Up on the Menu above, I have just printed some comments on philosophy and on Plato’s Euthyphro. I hope to improve the draft, and write more on the… 179 more words


Alfarabi on Euthyphro: Religion and Happiness

Alfarabi’s comment on Euthyphro (Εὐθύφρων), despite its brevity, I think, is extremely important for understanding his Plato. Alfarabi’s view about Plato’s corpus is anti-developmentalist, i.e., he does not hold the view that Plato’s philosophy develops or progresses from the early to later dialogues. 1,518 more words


Charles Hartshorne - Does God Grow With Experience?

Charles Hartshorne  (1897-2000) was an American theologian who developed Alfred North Whitehead‘s idea of an organic, interactive process into a version of Process Theology. 814 more words