The Myth of Matter, p. 3

Hylomorphism [1] The winners of the argument thought matter was continuously variable. They argued convincingly that pure matter came in simple shapes, such as lines, planes, circles, spheres, pyramids and so on, and that matter became objects in a way similar to how we use primitive shapes to create a computer drawing. Let’s call them ‘morphists’Continue reading “The Myth of Matter, p. 3”

The Blind Men and the Elephant, p. 6

If Darwin and Wallace could co-labor, can’t we? I have certain basic beliefs – Science and religion are both metanarratives whose validities hinge on the way they are acted out. ‘Just so’ stories are not properly basic ever, at any time in any narrative. Everything is a metaphor for everything else. (Therefore) ‘Truth’ may best be encapsulatedContinue reading “The Blind Men and the Elephant, p. 6”

Crying in the Wilderness

So they said to him, “Who are you? We need an answer! What do you have to say for yourself?”

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Crying in the Wilderness

So they said to him, “Who are you? We need an answer! What do you have to say for yourself?”