Nice Day for a Lynching
The Lord of the Dance
On wignats and jews
Heretical musings on varied religions
On yearning for Eden
Fist-fighting with the wuflu
Janus as the principle of distinction
What would Jesus do?
On womb envy
The Joy of Handles, or Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Me But Have No Right to Ask (1992)
On talking heads
On natural law
On writing the sublime
Peterson (Jung) and Marx
Architecture and accounting
On sex and the originary dialectic
Epstein and the scientists
God is dead. And we have killed him.
'René Guénon and the metaphysics of society' (1942) by Béla Hamvas
Further reflections of an amateur stylite
Reflections of an amateur stylite
I don't remember her
On the historians of philosophy
It's all fake news and false flags
Possession is our normal condition
The elephant as haptic form
A brief metaphor concerning bees
Cosmos as presence and representation
On thinking oneself and other things
China's century of humiliation and its consequences have been a disaster for the human race
What is materialism?
What cosmos is this in which we live?
What was the Enlightenment?
A brief history of the Encyclopedia
Some monetary aspects of the Butlerian Jihad
Ahriman—or, Robert Franklin Stroud
On the act of killing
The word as text and song
The world as act and process
The science of the soul as spiritual vivisection
Left, right, and other fairy tales
I will graduate with muddy feet,
Scoff not at sincerity, that is His face
What do you mean by teal?
On having forgotten how to swim
On the evolution of language
Fragments on language and architecture
Notes on standardisation (of parts and people)
Tools and machines
William James—The Laws of Habit
Understanding and experience
The many faces of time
Time as rhythm and structure
The blind men and the elephant
Metaphors and many-sidedness
Language twists to see itself
Rationalism and the difficulty with definition by equation
Return to tradition; or, the only way out is through
On the sublimity of original myth
Based on what?
What is the point?
VOX POPULI, VOX DEI