I’ve seen too much and know too little, to know so much againRead more "Power of Silence"
Because mass out there influences inertia here.Read more "The Long Bodhi and the Short Bodhi"
Before landing near some unknown star, there were rites of initiation.Read more "Better Living Through Dreaming (Part 3)"
Narrative is mnemonic, narrative is a distance, it does not hold veracity, it cannot be said to be true. Does a dream have meaning while dreamt? Does life have meaning while lived?Read more "Subjective Distance"
There is a great deal of confusion over evolution, beginning with precisely what that term embodies. A lot of folklore has been produced on this subject and Richard Dawkins seems to be responsible for some of the more memorable tales. One of his more notable introductions is the field of memetics to evolutionary biology. Dawkins […]Read more "That Which Propagates"
I was born a child of western thought. Raised in the Greeks, Hegel was the furthest I strayed from their iterations and footnotes. Through some odd bent of my nature, or perhaps by initiation into Hegel alone, I found myself playing with thought and mind outside the mechanical routine; that game of logically possible where […]Read more "Man in the Mandala"
The presentation of obvious answers to deep questions as final conclusions, I mean typically they’re just obviously wrong, but the lack of self examination collocated with such a presentation is disturbing.Read more "A Lucid Dream Recapitulated"