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The old philosophical problem of Theseus’ Ship goes something like this: Theseus sets sail on his ship (ship A). This ship carries replacement parts that are identical to the original ship, enough to make a second ship (ship B). As the journey goes on, Theseus gradually replaces pieces of his… Read More
A conversation between a believer and a nonbeliever, on the topic of "something from nothing". Read More
In this essay I discuss traditional educational values versus Rogerian education values (Carl Rogers) otherwise known as person-centered values, and argue that Carl Rogers, in his book, "A Way of Being," is mistaken on almost every point he makes concerning traditional education. Read More
An essay in which I argue that, among other reasons, Nelson Goodman's Grue Paradox is uncessarily complex, that we have universal cognitive principles gifted to us by evolution that provide a benchmark for rejecting grue predicates, and that our reasoning is not inductive, but is speculative conjecturalism. Read More
Young Philip is living an amazing life in New France, Quebec, and family he has never met before is coming to live abreast their own house. Philip learns lessons and makes friends in the atmosphere of freezing Quebec. Read More
What happens when a young aspiring hippy and hill billy go on a qwest to do right and bring justice to a secret slave orginazation all the while finding themsevles stuck in crappy situations with a mafia family, purple buffalos, and french accented catterpilars? If you don't even know, give… Read More

Poem / Poetry

December 23, 2008

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The Booksie Classic House

Something to think about, or not, it's up to you. Read More
Tickle My Funny Bone Comedy Writing Contest 2018

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