The truth of it all becomes clearer by the day, and yet ironically and disturbingly, those that can fully grasp it diminish as creation.
How can we know what is real? How can we parse wild-eyed theories from deception and then segregate both of those into a far.
Truth, well it is a valuable commodity, rare, precious, difficult to come by, and easy to pollute. Truth can also be dangerous, as any.
In a recent Newsweek piece, an article typical of so many, left and right, that incorrectly view the philosophical questions related to Coronavirus. Painting.
A Philosophical Question Last evening a new acquaintance, and perhaps someday a friend, responded to one of my Twitter posts with a question that.
Much of modern political theory is a result of or a reaction to the theories of Locke and Hobbes and their individual views of.
Apparently, Twitter just banned Zero Hedge for proposing a Coronavirus theory similar to what Josh Clark talks about in episode # six of his.
We often view the world through a limited perspective and fail to see the larger narrative, the foundational differences in world views. A liberally.
Today I was listening to Mike Church on his network Veritas and was struck by a topic he covered. I have heard Mike talk.
I feel more and more as if I understand Ayn Rand’s objectivism. I feel increasingly compelled to join with John Gault. I need to.