Science is a Myth

As an undergraduate, I took a political science class called "Ideas and Ideologies" that had a significant impact on me, and still does to this day. I was interested in politics then, much more so than I am now, so it was fascinating to see the raw material laid out in one huge schematic --... Continue Reading →


An Awareness of What is Missing

┬áThe other day I mentioned Isaac Asimov's (and my) agnosticism-qua-atheism and how it's different than a militant atheism (in The Proper Use of the Pitchfork). Whenever it comes up, I invariably get asked to join an atheist group. I never do. Atheists, I've found, are very poorly fraternal (although I'm sure there are exceptions). Like... Continue Reading →

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