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Category Archives: Archive 2007-2009
In my previous blog post, I described a question: what sort of religion, if any, would occur to a “holy innocent”. This person is someone who knows nothing of the history of religion, and so on, but does know every … Continue reading
What kind of religion would arise in the mind of a man who was born yesterday? Although this sounds like a facetious question, I have in mind something like this: I’m curious about the religious life or set of religious … Continue reading
The H1N1 Influenza pandemic has been off the news for a while. The last report I remember reading about it was pointed out to me by a friend of mine: it seems that Canada donated five million doses of vaccine … Continue reading
To follow up on some recent discussions… Teaching at Cherry Hill At the end of the two-week extension, there were only three students enrolled in the course. I decided to cancel it. I might offer the course again in the … Continue reading
Back in my teenage years, I used to play Dungeons and Dragons. (Let me state for the record that my present day philosophical and spiritual commitments have nothing to do with my gaming experiences). After playing for a few years, … Continue reading
Writing my third book and fifth book was easy. The ideas, arguments, logical structure, and aesthetic dimension came to me almost like dictation from the spirit of Saint Sophia herself. As I wrote those books, I knew exactly what I … Continue reading
Starting on 1st February, I am teaching a course in Ancient Philosophy with the Cherry Hill Seminary. I shall be teaching this course through a series of audio-recorded lectures, and guided readings from the list of required texts. Here’s the … Continue reading
What is reason? What is rationality? What is logic? What is philosophy? What is thinking? What am I doing?
I observed a little while ago that the blog posts of mine which usually garner the most comments from readers, and which usually attract new subscribers, are the ones in which I’m complaining about some new occasion of irrationality in … Continue reading