If nobody can agree on what someone has said, have they really said anything at all? In the realm of philosophical and theological texts, the answer is more or less yes. The boundless interpretations of the bible and Hegel should not undermine the depth and insight of such works.


Some public intellectuals have suggested that discussing reality and truth entails a healthy skepticism when attempting any solutions or answers. Although such thinkers may be engaging in intellectually insightful and honest discourse, they fail to explicitly satisfy that which may have pushed them into the public arena to begin with…

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A Rational Guide To One Hell Of A Year

If you or a loved one is currently suffering from eco-anxiety, hopelessness, opiate addiction, social isolation, extremist political sentiment, or an absolute hatred for what humans have revealed themselves to be in times of crisis, you may be living in 2020.

Yes, it does suck that we are living through…

Ben Thomas

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