Exploratory thinking: Individual and social ethics & morals for the Godless

“Man is no Aristotelian god contemplating all of existence at one glance.” – Walter Lippman Part of the difficulty of going breadth-first over depth-first – being a fox over a hedgehog? – is that the usual societal-soup-available categories don’t precisely fit to the things you care about. Hence “thinking around” and not “about”. Philosophers have […]

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Starving for Worldviews

I have before talked about how to use monsters to advance worldviews and have suggested using ancient worldviews as scaffold for modern ones. I have also made attempts to figure out how worldviews evolve (although I think the previous analysis missed some crucial points). In this essay I redefined worldview, and explain the modern problem […]

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