Philosophy

My Poetry

When writing poetry I just think I don't talk I just write. I breathe but no sound comes out Quiet is all I crave My thoughts they just flow They are...

Present Grace, Future Perfect

[Continuing the hymn-for-Sundays series] Christ had compassion, not contempt upon a leper, ill, unkempt, He touched him – no infection passed, but for the leper, joy at last: … First, Jesus pardoned him, some sneered, ‘That’s blasphemy!’, their thinking jeered – he then healed this paralysis (– one day he’ll right all that’s amiss):

Logomachy, parts 63-68

9th (and final) instalment ... It's end of the world, but not as we know it ... The trees have taken over the world and humanity is gone. 63...

Logomachy, parts 55-62

8th instalment... It's the end of the world, but not as we know it. The Angiosperm Official picks up the story at sunrise ... 55. Guaiacum officinale...

Three Simple Things

I was listening to one of the smartest people on the planet a few years ago, who shall go unnamed as anonymity is his/her preference. Anyways this...

The possible impossibility ontological argument

Question: Is it possible for a person who can do the impossible to exist? Answer: No thats impossible. Counter Answer: But he can do the impossible...

A Theory Of Freedom: Irrationality is the mother of freedom

Say that, hypothetically, human beings were all robotically rational. If they were all robotically rational then they would always and only make the...

Unjust Infamy

He came so near to fame – his name was tossed about, fair game for those who sought in vain someone to quickly blame and shame for fault that brought...

Looking for a Wise Guy or Two (Krell)

I know I ain't wise. No matter what Krell says. Yet Krell did definitely say that no-one was wiser than me. For the next couple of days I took a look...

Logomachy, parts 47-54

7th instalment ... It’s the end of the world, but not as we know it. The only survivors are trees, released after an evolutionary leap which swept...