Philosophy & Theology

Do we have Free Will?

March 17, 2015 sciphi 0

Aeon have an interesting video up that asks a question about Free Will. Do we have it, and what are the implications for free will based on the results of a series of experiments done […]


More worlds than we know what to do with

March 15, 2015 sciphi 0

The Many World Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics is a strange idea that seeks to provide answers to deep questions that arise from the theory. Aeon has a fascinating article up looking at some of the […]


Who Leonard Nimoy was to Me.

February 28, 2015 Ben Zwycky 0

Others have written many things about the great man, I can only add what he and his artistry meant to me: For me, Leonard Nimoy always embodied the wise and self-controlled paternal figure, whose gentleness […]


Philosophy Demotivators

February 21, 2015 sciphi 0

Flavourwire had a wonderful collection of depressing philosopher demotivators. See them all. The Camus one is my favorite.


The Corruption of Charity

February 20, 2015 Ben Zwycky 0

This article on the secular version of the theological virtue of charity strongly reminded me of the end of Tom Simon’s awesome essay The Making of the Fellowship: Concepts of the Good in The Lord […]

Philosophy & Theology

Empress Theology and Queen Philosophy

January 12, 2015 Brian Niemeier 0

The commendable Tom Simon writes about the contempt which late Moderns have been conditioned to hold for theology and philosophy: Only the philosophers and theologians, nowadays, try to concern themselves with the entirety of any question, […]