Let me be brief.
John Maus said something about Being which seems Catholic. ‘Human being continues to exist after the triumph of spectacle’. John Maus exists before and…
As with everything, sleep paralysis is most unbearable in its incipience. You feel a terrible proximal dread shortly before your body seizes up. After…
Sentences which are good because they lift the veil, as Schopenhauer says, and remind us of knowledge we didn't know we had, as Plato says, and access…
Of the great Catholic poet who had trouble sleeping.
'The old Atheistick Cabal': Lucretius, Hobbes, and the Satires of the Earl of Rochester
once again I am writing about belief in God
Meditation on Plato and Percy Shelley
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