Tag: belief

  • Life and the Choice

    “I am never able to choose to live. Any choice to live is life itself, is living itself. There is no choice there. My choice will at all times be living. But, I am able to believe I have a choice of whether to live or die. And this is the distillate of the modern […]

  • On a Different Note: Concerning Truth: Ethics as Logistics.

    I just had to repost my comment: It seems to me that once we say “religion” and we understand the word to indicate something other than what the particular “religion” means, then we necessarily are discussing something other than whether the content is true or false, but are talking about how those “objects” to which […]

  • I think I making a really good point…

    Go to my recent post about ability and belief, and read that short post and tell me that I’m not making an excellent point. I think I’m making such an excellent point about values and belief That I had to make this post just to direct your readers to go back and read that post […]

  • Belief and Ability.

    I was ponderIng the relationship between a persons beliefs and their ability in mind of the situation of the baker that said she would not bake a cake for a homosexual occasion. Or something like that. https://aclu-co.org/court-rules-bakery-illegally-discriminated-against-gay-couple/ And so he was brought to court and it’s a big case. Now whenever I hear this story […]

  • The Fallacy of Belief: modernity and its tells.

    This guys seems to do a pretty good job of laying out some flaws in Christian thinking. via The Ridiculousness of some Christian Arguments — Christianity Simplified Comment: Notice that his argument is being made against claims of another theorist in the debate. One should ask how it is possible that he can move from the […]

  • Real Belief.

    Food For Thought | Who Believes What Today?Sunday’s food for thought love, sunday vibes, thoughts, Zizek, who believes what today, Inspiration, Food For Thought, lifestyle https://hewnly.wordpress.com/2017/03/05/who-believes-what-today/ Such a great little excerpt. But I think it leaves out, Or Zizek doesnt finish his thought, gets side-tracked in the middle of his point : We might already […]

  • The Impossible. Part 1; If/Then.

    The impossible can be discovered along many significant vectors of reality as limit. The particular discussion that contains or otherwise accounts for the various vectorial meanings is ironic; it is the event that begins the count, that can be said to to be a basis upon which a linking of meaningful terms is made that […]

  • Post-post-modern-modernism: The Mistake of Irony; Or, The Ironic Mistake.

    Perhaps a little bitty on postmodernism and the, what could be labeled of our current situation, post-post-modern-modernism. Here are a couple links that roughly define the conventional problem I will address in this essay. The first is a little less ridiculous than than the second. The first offers us an argument for why postmodernism is […]

  • Issues and Existence.

    I subscribe to a blog called “Bigstoryguide” where he author is involved with a running commentary as he goes through the Bible. Yes, the whole Bible. His blog he calls ‘Jesus’s death to life project’. I think he just got to the New Testament. I am not a Christian; I am not religious nor prescribe […]

  • Direct Tangent 4.28: What can I say ? Part 1.

    Its about time I get to the point. I have spent plenty of time talking around the issue. I have talked about Bad Faith and mentioned the issue, I’ve talked about aspects of the issue and indicated that all this has to do with the reason why Laruelle seems bogged down in jargon. I feel […]