Monthly Archives: January 2015

Systems and Ethics

Just a few thoughts here… Really on the fringe of philosophy, math, and political science. It’s a great question, and there are probably several good answers to it. Systems that are dominant to the point of exclusion, can they be … Continue reading

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In The Spirit of (Dr.) King

A Call for the separation of the right to medical care from access to money. Most notably, with animals, who are routinely euthanized when their providers do not have enough money for a medical procedure, or for medicine. It is … Continue reading

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In the Spirit of Religious Tolerance

Reading Havelock’s “The Muse Learns to Write” .  A couple of extracts: Havelock asks: “What’s different about the Old Testament (implicitly prelogical) from other Greek texts (logical)?  He makes the proposition that it might be just that the Hebrew writing … Continue reading

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