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A Quote by Marina Tsvetaeva

Here’s a great little quote that I found while reading an old issue of “Poetry: Volume 199, Number 6 (March 2012).” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ To love – is to see a man as God intended him, and his parents failed to make … Continue reading

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The True Moral Theory: Comparison and Analysis

Alright, this is going to be very long. Like, extremely long. It’s about 9500 words worth of long. I’m going to post it all at once simply as a useful reference to all of those philosophers out there that use … Continue reading

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A quote on free will, and God’s abandonment…

“Living life under the pretense of free will is a heart breaking, and mistaken way to cope in vain with the persistent betrayals of our cold, distant, and silent God” –K.W. Richardson

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Euthyphro: Evaluation and Implications for Divine Command Theory

In Euthyphro,Socrates and Euthyphro, a self-proclaimed pious man, debate the question of whether an act is pious because it is loved by the gods (theory A), or if the gods love certain acts because they are pious (theory B). Supposing … Continue reading

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Happiness v. Virtue: A Quote by Henry Sidgwick

It’s been a week since my last post, and I apologize. In fact, my last post wasn’t that great. It was a drunk and delirious tirade that didn’t deserve to stay up, so I shit canned it. Needless to say … Continue reading

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White Privilege: A Brief Inspection

My Dear Readers, The following is a brief inspection of the theory of white privilege. I was forced by a terrible professor of mine to write a piece on white privilege as a way of making amends for offending her … Continue reading

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The Problem With the World

“The problem with the world is that the intelligent people are full of doubts, while the stupid ones are full of confidence.” ― Charles Bukowski

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Whiskey at 4am

It never seems to matter how much whiskey you drink, there’s never a good enough reason to go to bed… And there’s never, ever a reason to wake up. I wonder how long things are meant to hurt for…

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My New Life

Most people haven’t yet read what I’m about to post, so I’m posting it here on the primary page of my blog. I didn’t think to post it here until this morning when a beautiful and intelligent writer friend of … Continue reading

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Update on yesterday’s post, and something in the works

I’ve updated my post from yesterday. Actually it’s more like I added something to the end, and fixed some errors. I’m contemplating posting a piece I wrote 8 months ago titled, “A Supplication to the Devil.” It’s a very personal … Continue reading

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