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An Observation On Observation, Observed Observationally

What we observe is not nature itself, but nature exposed to our method of questioning. – Werner Karl Heisenberg, Physics and Philosophy: The Revolution in Modern Science Advertisements

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Confessions of a Contrarian

Part One: Wherein the author complains about the shortcomings of depending upon technology to do our thinking for us My wife and I marvel at the phantasmagorical fantasies that the current epoch (and “current” in common contemporary parlance means “the … Continue reading

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An Objective Moral Order? Or Merely a Universe of “Facts” and not “Values”? Part One.

In case you haven’t noticed, we are living in an ideological revolution with respect to various social structures such as family, marriage, sex, divorce, etc.   This is not a phenomenon limited to the United States, but is in fact being … Continue reading

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Slavoj Žižek

Occasionally, a book will catch my eye.  I will feign resistance, but then it gets the better of me.  This happened recently at the county library, where I came upon a book by Slavoj Žižek entitled “Less Than Nothing: Hegel … Continue reading

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