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 […]
There seems to be a virulent strain of moral anti-realism that is all the rage these days, people unable or unwilling to recognize that there are moral truths about the universes. The New York Times […]
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 […]
Flavourwire had a wonderful collection of depressing philosopher demotivators. See them all. The Camus one is my favorite.
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 […]
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, […]
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