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Further Thoughts on Bryant’s Further Thoughts on Dark Ontology and Religion

Levi Bryant was kind enough to mention my discussion of his 41 axioms for dark ontology in a new post developing his thoughts on religion. His new post provides a broader context for his axioms, which he says are probably … Continue reading

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Vladimir Solovyov on the Tyranny of Economics

I recently purchased an excellent book by Vladimir Solovyov (1853-1900), one of Russia’s towering figures of philosophy, entitled The Justification of the Good. Solovyov is the perfect example of a thinker whose tough philosophical mumbo jumbo actually has real effects … Continue reading

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