I had an opportunity this morning to confront one of my biases. This one was about THe-Philosopher-Who-Will-Not-Be-Named (TPNN for short). Look in the comments of my pervious post about Derrida for a short video of a piece of one of his talks. I historically disliked TPNN Becuase I feel he is missing a key component… Continue reading Commenting on a Philosopher without giving him more undue celebrity.
Conventional Philosophy is marked by its method that I call the ontological argument. William Dilthey made a good statement that Wiki incorporates, which is a good example of the conventional project: "....[Dilthey] argues that 'scientific explanation of nature' (erklären) must be completed with a theory of how the world is given to human beings through… Continue reading The Ontological Argument
One can always tell when there is a religion in place in two ways: 1) The person will declare what they are and what they believe through a Name. For examples; Christianity. But also, Realist. On one hand we have Baptist; and on the other hand we have Existentialism. The second way you can tell… Continue reading Philosophical Construction.
I'm finding Google+ a much better platform to actually have discussions. Too bad they are going to shut it down next year, right when i discover it. Here is a comment in one discussion the began many exchanges ago with "What is religion?" The discussion developed to here. There are a few points, so I'm making… Continue reading A Short Discussion on Religion.
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IN anticipation of my new book “The Philosophical Hack”, I am posting my pervious book on Scribd to read for free. This book is what I call an object oriented journey through the Gospels. (I am a terrible marketer. 👨🏽🚀) The Moment of Decisive Significance: A Heresy I am gearing up for my Big promotional… Continue reading Read “The Moment of Decisive Significance” on Scribd. for Free.
Evola on Religion and Initiation https://elfnonationalist.wordpress.com/2018/10/03/evola-on-religion-and-initiation/ — Read on elfnonationalist.wordpress.com/2018/10/03/evola-on-religion-and-initiation/ This analysis of religion can be said to hold true when we look into Western philosophy. The issue with the "modernity" of philosophy concerns the two aspects (s)he ? talks about, namely religion and initiation. What is modern in the philosophical context, which contains a… Continue reading No less true for the religion of modern philosophy.