FROM THE BLOGS
Parkour and Architecture Jun 8 2015

by Daniel Pavlovits In recent decades a new form of urban exercise and competitive sport has emerged, which bases itself upon the practitioner moving and finding their way through a built environ...

Who’s Right about whose Right?  Jun 5 2015

by Jack E. Brush Once again, we are observing the failure of “rights talk” to resolve the most pressing social issues of our day. In an interview last Saturday on the Christian Broadcasting Net...

AFTER THE FALL: THE ROOTS OF PSYCHIC PATHOLOGY AND ALIENATION FROM NATURE May 26 2015

Part One by Steve Taylor, author of The Fall (Iff Books) Since Europeans first arrived on the shores of the ‘New World,’ one of the greatest sources of culture clash between European colonists ...

Citizens of the Broken Compass by Jack E. Brush May 1 2015

Why Is Darwin Still a Topic of Debate? When we consider that it has been over 150 years since the publication of Darwin’s groundbreaking work On the Origin of Species, we have to ask ourselves wh...

An Argument for Polytheism by Steven Dillon Apr 2 2015

Extracted from The Case for Polytheism by Steven Dillon An Argument for Polytheism If gods have been perceived, then polytheism is true. Gods have been perceived. Therefore, polytheism ...

The Illusion of Reality - Bernardo Kastrop Apr 1 2015

The illusion of reality Following up on my previous essay summarizing the main points of my book Why Materialism Is Baloney, I'd like to explore here another topic covered much more extensively...

NEW BOOKS

Citizens of the Broken Compass

Ethical and Religious Disorientation in the Age of Technology

Jack E. Brush

Brief Peeks Beyond

Critical essays on metaphysics, neuroscience, free will, skepticism and culture

Bernardo Kastrup

Case for Polytheism, The

Steven Dillon

Framespotting

Changing how you look at things changes how you see them

Laurence & Alison Matthews

Atheism Reclaimed

Patrick O'Connor

Escape from Quantopia

Collective Insanity in Science and Society

Ted Dace

Why Materialism Is Baloney

How true skeptics know there is no death and fathom answers to life, the universe, and everything

Bernardo Kastrup