The Iconoclast: Preview II
The Iconoclast: Preview I
I’m happy to announce I have started a podcast, which is essentially an excuse to talk to people I find interesting. Meaningful conversations are few a…
The following is a response to some questions surrounding my book Missing Axioms: Philosophy for Disorientation. Firstly, the reason for the ordering o…
Finally escaping from empirical materialism, for me, has been analogous to a psychedelic experience. The possibility that we might not be simply the bi…
Revelation or Chauvinism?
The Inferno and the Lost Christian
Hold. On. To. Your. Axioms.
Available 25th April
Virgil’s Aeneid follows the lineage of the Homeric epics in continuation of some particular values of antiquity. Virgil, however, makes Aeneas the cent…
The plane is going down, “HOWDY” is written across the left wing. Probabilities of not being disturbed, Increase and decrease at one in the same time. …
In the Homeric epics the invocations of the muse contain a duality of themes and values. The Iliad asserts the value of glory in war while the Odyssey …