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Sloterdijk’s Jesuits

I just picked up a copy of Peter Sloterdijk’s latest English release, a collection of essays entitled Not Saved: Essays After Heidegger. The collection, which was released in German in 2001, is part of a burgeoning translation industry that tries … Continue reading

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Josiah Daniels on the Cross and the Lynching Tree Pt. 2

Josiah Daniels continues his previous post today. Be sure to follow his worthwhile theological reflections and those of his friends at Restoring Pangea. The Cross and the Lynching Tree PART 2             One of the most significant ways to gain … Continue reading

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Josiah Daniels on The Cross and the Lynching Tree Pt. 1

As I mentioned before, I wanted to offer some space on my blog to friends of mine who I think are doing some good work. One of those friends is Josiah Daniels. My blog focuses quite a bit on what … Continue reading

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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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Levi Bryant’s “Axioms for a Dark Ontology,” Wherein I Somehow Found Myself Defending Theology

At Larval Subjects, Levi Bryant has published two posts (1, 2) outlining 41 axioms relevant to his project. To clarify his purpose in giving these axioms, he offered this explanation: In modern mathematics, an axiom is not a “self-evident truth” … Continue reading

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