Tag Archives: Religion

Religion, Science and Perspective: Let the Games Begin

I actually had a different post in my queue, but this conversation got so interesting that I thought that I would throw my two cents in and bring it front and center before continuing with my own modest critique of science and introducing the phenomenology of Charles Sanders Peirce as planned. Tom, I haven’t as […]

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the 20th Century

First of all I want to thank everyone for keeping the level of this virtual conversation so high and so philosophically minded. Now that we have opened up a discussion about Science and Spirituality I would like to add a little more historical context to frame it. During the time of the Middle Ages Christianity […]

Are we a Self or a Self-Concept?

Pragmatism was a philosophy that emerged directly out of The Enlightenment that initiated the “modern revolution” and it helps when thinking about Pragmatism to think about it in relationship to The Enlightenment and the new ways of thinking that emerged from it. Prior to The Enlightenment human beings lived in a largely inexplicable world. Things happened […]