Tag Archives: Philosophy

Postmodernism: The Destruction of Thought

[Note: The following appeared, in slightly altered form, in a previous article, but I’ve added a new beginning.] The only real way that knowledge and human progress can be derailed is by the systematic rejection of inductive reasoning, which forms the underpinnings not just of all science and the scientific-method, but of the entirety of…

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101 Dogma-Shattering Remarks From Two Of The Most Relentless Nonconformists In Human History

[If this subject-matter appeals to you, this might as well. Spinoza was an inspiration.] Baruch Spinoza (1632–1677) and Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900) are two of the most radical thinkers of all time.  They don’t have everything in common — though they’re not totally dissimilar either—and yet if there’s one thing they do both possess, it’s this: an…

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The Book of Dog: Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing?

Here, at last, is Episode 1 of the long-awaited Book of Dog: Thank you for watching.

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Interview: More And More Unto The Perfect Day

The following questions were submitted to me some time ago by Mr. Maxwell Hoaglund, of Slagheap magazine, which unfortunately closed its doors before this penetrating Q & A appeared. I publish it here with Mr. Hoaglund’s full knowledge and permission. Q: Congratulations on the success of your novel More and More unto the Perfect Day.…

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