What happens to letters when we *Backspace* them? Are they annihilated? Are they sent to typographical purgatory to await reentry into reality? If we re-type the same letter, are we resurrecting it, or are we just replacing it with a copy--the original doomed forever to wander in a formless, quantum nether-realm? When I type the … Continue reading Shower Thoughts: Where Typos Go When They Die
Inverse recently published an article advocating for consensual non-monogamy. It was a response to a body of research that says almost all married people experience longing for someone they're not married to, at least to some degree. Here's what I think is great about the article: It acknowledges the simple reality that attraction doesn't fit … Continue reading Are We Wired For Monogamy Or Polygamy?
I was thinking tonight about why I'm a Christian. I think you have to acknowledge that, one way or another, any philosophy or way of life can be justified rationally. You can construct a cohesive, internally consistent structure out of virtually any set of beliefs. In that sense, Christianity is no better or worse than … Continue reading Christianity as Abstract Art: Epistemological Resonance