Browsing All posts tagged under »materialism«

How Come You’re Poor?

September 1, 2012


By Phil Ingram Many influential voices nowadays are foolishly proclaiming that the predicament of our times is that we don’t know what to revolt against in a concrete way.  Actually most people are almost universally agreed that society is completely fucked, i.e. that sooner or later the whole world will be Easter Island. Question 1: […]

The Higgs Boson, or the God Particle: Why all this Theology amidst Science?

July 3, 2012


By Bruno Fournier Within the upcoming hours, scientists from CERN are expected to announce the discovery of the Higgs boson, for which they have long been searching at the Large Hadron Collider on the French-Swiss border.  We leave it to more qualified voices —  such as Prof. Jim al-Khalili, who recently spoke to the BBC […]

Conservative values evoke one-sided materialism, Tim Tebow’s theological trickery

January 14, 2012


By Frank W. Strauch Many people often make the mistake of asserting that Man is created in the image of God, but, in fact, it works the other way around.  Since the supersensual world of the Idea is nothing more than the reflection and externalization of the sensual world of Matter, then why does Tim […]

Struggle or Extinction? And Other Inexorable Questions

May 1, 2011


By Phil Ingram It has been said that any thinker who is proceeding along the philosophical road must eventually cross the bridge known as the most basic question of philosophy – materialism or idealism: the relationship of being and consciousness – before he or she can seriously begin delving into those “general theoretical, world-view questions […]


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