Tag: theology

  • Cognition and Cosmology

    The main and largely unrecognized model for the human mental being is the Cognitive Model. In short, it says there is a Situation, we have thoughts about it, These thoughts are automatically associated with particular emotional responses, and we act or behave. This behavior is an interaction with the world, and this interaction is the […]

  • Viewing Corona: Phenomenology and Orientation.

    HERE is a link to some current statistics that compare the flu and corona. The thing I think that video in my previous post marks out is that what makes coronavirus so incredible is that we are looking at it “in just that way”, which is to say, that we are seeing something through a […]

  • Reason and It’s Other

    Reason and It’s Other Reason and It’s Other — Read on retphi.com/2019/05/03/reason-and-its-other/ The example. Conventional philosophy insists that there must be a unitive reason in order for philosophy to function. I think that many people read “the questioning of reason” to mean that anything else has to be something “not reason”. I say that this is […]

  • Inner Animalities: Theology and the End of the Human

    Inner Animalities: Theology and the End of the Human Inner Animalities: Theology and the End of the Human — Read on itself.blog/2018/07/03/inner-animalities-theology-and-the-end-of-the-human/

  • Tangent: Bad Faith, Part 3

    Ok, time to get serious. One has to have the time, see, to get really serious because when one gets really serious, things tend to get really funny, so funny, that most people will hardly have the time, so serious they are about having such a little amount of time. But thats a joke. Bad […]