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Category Archives: Philosophy
A Sermon Preached At The Anglican Church of St. Thomas the Apostle, Kefalas, Crete, Greece The Diocese in Europe | The Church of England October 27, 2019, 11:00 am [Expanded considerably for this blog] Key Questions: What has been your … Continue reading
On this International Woman’s Day (March 8, 2019) I would refer my male friends to the book, Women’s Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice, and Mind. I read it back in the ’80s, and if I was not … Continue reading
What Happens When Queer Theory is Applied to Scripture? A talk given on March 21, 2018 at the Anglican Parish of St. George the Martyr, Cadboro Bay, in the Municipal District of Saanich, a suburb within Greater Victoria, BC, as … Continue reading
Presence Note: This is the first half of the sixth part in an ongoing commentary on Emmanuel Levinas’s essay “God and Philosophy” (1974). a) In this section Levinas draws on Husserl and Heidegger to describe “consciousness of . . .”. … Continue reading
Insomnia Note: This is the second half of the fifth part in an ongoing commentary on Emmanuel Levinas’s essay “God and Philosophy” (1974). It’s longer than usual. This next paragraph is even more dense than usual, so I will take … Continue reading
Beyond the Polarity of Faith and Reason Note: This is the fourth part in an ongoing commentary on Emmanuel Levinas’s essay “God and Philosophy” (1974). 4. One can, to be sure, also claim that the God of the Bible has … Continue reading