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I have friends who are religious (either culturally or in practice), friends who identify as agnostic, and friends who identify as atheist.  I enjoy the company of each one of them for various reasons specific to the individual person, and each of them is more or less benevolent. My friends who enjoy philosophy, religious or […]


I have discovered a website and podcast that I really like called The History of Philosophy without any gaps. It is a product of King’s College London and Prof. Dr. Peter Adamson of LMU Munich. Here are two of the over 300 audio clips that are free to listen to and download. Aristotle’s Ethics Part […]

The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand My rating: 4 of 5 stars Overall I enjoyed the plot of this novel, and the story moves quickly. However, I think it is the sort of bad fiction that tries too hard to awkwardly wedge philosophical concepts into the dialog instead of accurately describing human nature through the choices […]