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  • The Age of Nihilism

    An Inquiry into the Death of Western Democracy or, The Consequences of Philosophy by

    The Age of Nihilism explores the ruinous philosophies currently underwriting the devastating slow-motion implosion of Western civilization. Most Western democracies structure their social and political orders around a vague, poorly defined body of ...


  • Being 2.0

    On Culture, Belonging, and Identity by

    ​What is culture? To which degree does said culture define oneself and one’s choices? Can one shed the layers of cultural conditioning past the thickness education creates? Being 2.0 aims to reflect on such questions and offer the reader a ...


  • The Path of Love

    The Future Of Buddhism as a Science by

    The Buddha was a scientist. Instead of using a microscope or a particle accelerator, the Buddha used ESP. He had several psychic powers that allowed him to perceive in detail the psychology of karma, the evolution of consciousness, and subatomic ...


  • Two Trees

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    Science, Philosophy, Religion and even Governments have long sought ‘The Grand Unified Theory of Everything.’ Even if they find it, I suspect they won’t be able to eliminate the fundamental contradictions of our existence. Every formula, doctrine ...


  • Hot Tub Spaceship

    Irradiated Thoughts on God, Life, and $#*! like that by

    This is the story of a guy trying to find his way through some tough years, one page at a time. These are the irradiated thoughts of a doubter trying to find some humour and meaning in the midst of a health crisis, a spiritual crisis, and an ...


  • Wanderings and Sojourns - The Songs and Verses - Book 3

    A Book of Poetry, Songs and Insight from a Wanderer's Life by

    This, the third book in the Wanderings and Sojourns series, was created in response to requests from people reading sections of the first two volumes: On Five Continents and Three Oceans and On Tropical Islands and Sparkling ...


  • Life at the End of Us Versus Them

    Cross Culture Stories by

    Our present moment can no longer sustain a stable “us” defined against an alien “them.” So say René Girard and Ivan Illich, radical critics of both Christianity and culture. If they are right, this makes our time an endtime. The end of us against ...


  • A Philosophical Anthropology Drawn from Simone Weil's Life and Writings

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    A Philosophical Anthropology Drawn from Simone Weil’s Life & Writings situates Weil’s thought in the time between the two world wars through which she lived, and traces Weil’s consistent conception of a mind-body dualism in the Cartesian sense to a ...


  • Naturality

    Living according to our nature, walking our own path by

    We are born from nature, sustained by nature and eventually return to nature. Yet somehow, we are separated from that very nature, both within and without. This leads to fear, conflict and sorrow within and the destruction of nature outside. Why ...


  • So You Think You Can Think

    Thinking through moral dilemmas in pursuit of justice by

    In our complex world, how can we learn to think through moral dilemmas in the pursuit of justice? How do the words we associate with morality impact our understanding and application of it? In short, how can we enact equal measures of fairness among ...