A New Way of Seeing (Pt. 5): Christianity in America

Christianity in American has been co-opted by the rich, powerful and unlearned. Not totally, but enough to form an unnatural and unnecessary barrier between the average American Christian and God. Unnatural and unnecessary in its avoidability even among broken and evil people. This co-opting could only have taken place given a tearing of congregants from... Continue Reading →

A New Way of Seeing (Pt. 2): Taking on an External Point of View

In this lecture, I briefly describe a way of seeing which philosophers have discussed, but which remains, within philosophy, an abstraction, and not something internalized and lived. I attempt to bring the results of theoretical work on the foundations of ethics down to a popular audience, and persuade them that we must work to adopt... Continue Reading →

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