philosophy Archive

Review: Philosophy of Magic, by Arthur Versluis

By Taylor Ellwood
Philosophy of Magic, by Arthur Versluis 168 pp, 1986 This is a quick and

Chaotic Identity

By Chirotus Infinitum
Peter Carroll’s psycho-historic model of aeonics provides a useful tool with which to evaluate

Review: email to the universe, by Robert Anton Wilson

By Psyche
email to the universe, by Robert Anton Wilson New Falcon Publications, 1561841943, 252 (+1)

Ethics: More than just right and wrong

By Punkerslut
It is not an uncommon incident to hear a person attempt to justify their

The Nature of Spirits

By Punkerslut
Whenever we read the great tales of ghosts and goblins, of gods and their

What is Anarchy?

By Spiral Nature
“Today, dictionary definitions still define anarchism as the absence of government…Although the word anarchism

The Origins of Anarchy

By Punkerslut
“When, in some obscure country town, the farmers come together to a special town

What is Philosophy?

By Spiral Nature
The men sat sipping their tea in silence. After a while the klutz said,

The Psychopath’s Bible, by Christopher S. Hyatt

By Psyche
The Psychopath’s Bible opens with a disclaimer warning the reader about the hazards of

Agnosticism: The Basics

By Psyche
The word ‘agnostic’ comes from the Greek agnostos meaning 'unknown, unknowable' (‘a' meaning 'without’,

Atheism: The Basics

By Psyche
At its simplest theism can be defined as the belief in the existence of

Review: The Trickster and the Paranormal, by George P. Hansen

By Terry McCombs
The Trickster and the Paranormal, by George P. Hansen Hansen spent eight years working