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I cook therefore I am: The Aesthetics of Food

On special occasions, I cook a favorite dish that I call Pastelero Pasta, which my wife serves to her friends after they whip out an afternoon of pastel painting. 1.230 palabras más

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The Ontological Argument - Does the Greatest Imaginable Being Exist?

Ontology is a branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of being. Questions posed by ontology include what kind of entities exist and how they might relate or be hierarchically structured. 509 palabras más


UNTITLED POLITICAL POST (not sure if it’s a rant… yet)

I DON’T MEAN to brag.

Trust me, I absolutely am not bragging when I say this.

My first college degree wasn’t in philosophy.
My first bachelors degree was in political science. 1.669 palabras más


Christian Worldview Series #4: Theistic Arguments

In the series so far, we’ve talked about a Christian approach to God and the world. In the most recent installment, we discussed an approach which rejects God and views the world alternatively: atheism. 10.327 palabras más


Heidegger's Das Man and authentic being-towards-death. (video)

An essay on Heidegger’s view of the ‘they’ and living an authentic being-towards-death. :)


Written version of the essay:

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He Said That? 1/19/21

From René Descartes (1596–1650), French philosopher, mathematician, and scientist Meditations on First Philosophy (1641):

It is only prudent never to place complete confidence in that by which we have even once been deceived.


Quote of the Day

Veritatem inquirenti, semel in vita de omnibus, quantum fieri potest, esse dubitandum. In order to seek truth, it is necessary once in the course of our life, to doubt, as far as possible, of all things.

—René Descartes