Author Archives: Neo-Pelagius

sunset at the grand canyon

Originally posted on islinya:
In olden times, the Native American tribes prayed to deer. So when I saw a doe timidly crossing our path that noon, I didn’t just think of her innocence, or the way her eyes reminded me of your own gentle ones – I prayed to her silently. That was the first…

Populism, Nationalism, Globalization, and Imperialism: A Thick Review of 2017

Originally posted on ZERO ANTHROPOLOGY:
Worth the effort … ZERO ANTHROPOLOGY In memory of Edward S. Hermanb. April 7, 1926, d. November 11, 2017An inspiration that lives on, may he rest in eternal peace. From provoking potential war with North Korea, to the fabricated US hysteria and fear-mongering about Russia, to the deluge of identity politics, and the escalated neoliberal […]

sea of mists

Originally posted on islinya:
Here’s one from the bucket list. Despite the sea of mists, we were drawn across the snow scattered paths and straight to the edge of the canyon. We knew that we wouldn’t be able to see anything, but somehow the mystery surrounded us as heavily as the fog. Leaning trees –…

WATCH: The President, a profile of Vladimir Putin from Russian TV

Definitely worth a watch … OffGuardian As a counterpoint to PBS’s recent “documentary” PUTIN’S REVENGE, in which complete lies are employed in a sub-intelligent attempt to present the Russian president as a pasteboard super-villain, we now offer you THE PRESIDENT, a two-hour Russian TV feature on the man’s life and work. We don’t suggest this […]

►Greek Mythology: “Pandora and Helen of Troy” / “Collaboration with Carolee Croft”🍎.-

Originally posted on ⚡️La Audacia de Aquiles⚡️:
►Greek Mythology: “Pandora and Helen of Troy, Misogynistic Stereotypes” / “Collaboration with Carolee Croft”🍎: “Pandora” by John William Waterhouse. 1896. ______________________________________________________________ “With the curse, comes a blessing. Zeus wanted to punish humanity by creating you, the first woman, and by giving you that box filled with curses such as illness,…

Hegel and the Platonic Leap Down

Originally posted on Eurasianist Internet Archive:
Author: Alexander Dugin Translator: Jafe Arnold  Geopolitica.ru  ? On November 14th, 1831 the greatest romantic philosopher in the world history of thought, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1770-1831), died. Heidegger, along with Nietzsche, believed Hegel to be the one who completed the history of the philosophy of the Western Logos…

Christianity in the Garden of Gethsemane 1997

The implication of this line of Milbank’s argument is that by arguing for Aristotle against Nietzsche, MacIntyre has only attempted to suppress violence with violence. On the other hand, a supposedly uncompromising anti-traditional stance on the part of Derrida makes his strategy appear as nothing more than an insane celebration of violence that has abandoned any hope of achieving a lasting resolution to this conflict.

Gavin Ashenden

Restoring Orthodox Christianity as an Anglican

pseudepigraphus

Deniable plausibility.

The Lying Pen of Scribes

Manuscript Forgeries and Counterfeiting Scripture in the Twenty-First Century

PSALMISTICE

Mystic Motorcycling

Marianne Talbot Philosophy

Marianne is Director Of Studies in Philosophy at the University of Oxford's Department for Continuing Education

St Paul's Fellowship of the Secret

Unravelling the mystery of divine providence and the resolution of Scripture

Theology Everywhere

Discuss theology today to transform tomorrow

News Toad

The news 'they' don't want you to hear. Because it isn't true.

Fierce Writing

Not so much Rage Against the Machine as Slightly Peeved the Taps Won't Work

The SKWAWKBOX

News, politics, insights, inside information from the left

Real-World Economics Review Blog

Posts are by authors of papers published in the RWER. Anyone may comment.

The Slog.

An incorrigible Cognitive Dissident