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Kurt Gödel

Kurt Gödel (1906-1978) was a mathematician and philosopher born in Brünn, Austria-Hungary (currently Brno, Czech Republic). Gödel’s “Undecidability Theorem” demonstrated that at some point a mathematical system based on axioms and operational rules becomes self-referential. This means that the mathematical … Continue reading


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NeoPaganism – Re-imagining the past for contemporary needs

NeoPaganism is an umbrella term for diverse spiritual movements that reimagine beliefs and practices from the Middle Ages and pre-Christian era. The overall purpose is to restore and develop apparently lost and repressed forms of spiritual knowledge and practice. Goddess … Continue reading


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The Numinous and Numinosity – Seeing The Light Beyond All Lights

I can’t remember when I first encountered the English term numinous; most likely while reading a Jungian work or something by Carl Jung himself. Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875 – 1961), the founder of analytical psychology, circa 1960. The … Continue reading


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The Ontological Argument – Does the Greatest Imaginable Being Exist?

Ontology is a branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of being. Questions posed by ontology include what kind of entities exist and how they might relate or be hierarchically structured. What we call the ontological argument sounds rather daunting. … Continue reading


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A Look at Fate, Chance and Providence… From a Humble i3

In the early 1990s while thinking about converting to Catholicism I met with a Monsignor in the Church. Monsignor is an honorary title with no real power, basically for smart guys aware of ecclesiastical problems but not actively involved in … Continue reading