Tag: religion

  • Thinking Religion Through Things, but not really.

    “In recent years, the “material turn” has gained prominence in the humanities and social sciences, and it has also stimulated a shift toward a rediscovery of materiality in the scientific study of religion\s. The material turn aims to dissolve…” — Read on www.academia.edu/17639583/Thinking_Religion_Through_Things_Reflections_on_the_Material_Turn_in_the_Scientific_Study_of_Religion_s_in_Method_and_Theory_in_the_Study_of_Religion_28_4_5_2016_365_399 —— I am on academia.edu and, as you may know, it sends […]

  • More non-Christian ? Luke

    link.medium.com/PBy9tc1Jnvb

  • Republicans Introduce Bill To Ban Abortion Nationwide After 15 Weeks | HuffPost Latest News

    The bill has no chance of passing in a Democratic-controlled Senate, but it does signal where the GOP might go if they take back power in November. — Read on www.huffpost.com/entry/abortion-ban-republicans_n_63208382e4b027aa405fa35c —— Why do you care if I want to not be pregnant ? Pure arrogance.

  • Science is not in opposition to ignorance

    Only by a certain orientation upon knowledge does oppositional categories have significant affect. I was reading a paper, part of the paper anyways, where the author talks about John Locke saying his work not involved with science. Just got me thinking. Georg Hegel, and many more philosophers for sure we’re trying to find some sort […]

  • The Covert Sound Philosophy

    soundcloud.com/usertransspace/give-me-the-night Coming to mind near you. #keepitrealcsp.

  • Political human life.

    Hello. I feel like I made a really good point in my last post, so I wanted to make another post to emphasize it ! Human life is not something that exists outside of the political domain. Which is just to say, in so much as we have a government, and in so much as […]

  • Abortion! Row: Write a better law.

    Roe v. Wade has been sent to the states, I guess. And will be up for vote in the ballots later this year, I guess. These debates over abortion, I feel, are about religious belief. The arguments that are being made about women’s health are really taking shape around the battle of religious belief, rather […]

  • Oh yes! Igtheism.

    emersongreenblog.wordpress.com/2020/05/28/on-igtheism/

  • Rp and comment on the Foundations of the Gospels: Q, L, and M – An Overview and Critique

    In the world of biblical studies there is the argument known as Q (and L and M) which asserts the common material to Matthew and Luke comes from oral… Foundations of the Gospels: Q, L, and M – An Overview and Critique —- Paul Hesiod, as usual, lays out a nice opening to the Gospel […]

  • What Do We Have?

    A philosophical method. I have an issue with conventional philosophy: the method it assumes to make its statement that the problem of the criterion is generally figured to be the main problem of epistemology, is a real philosophical issue. So, because we can indicate the method as redundantly involved with the problem it poses, I […]