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“Historically, many of the greatest philosophers have argued that homosexual acts are morally objectionable.”
I haven’t posted for a while, because for the past month I’ve been deeply immersed in my dissertation. And it looks like I’ll be at that for a couple more months still. But something happened that I thought I needed … Continue reading
This week I finally saw the anime movie of Steamboy (Ôtomo, 2004). Philosophically, it isn’t all that deep. (It seems to be recyling Ôtomo’s same old Japanese nuclear bomb obsession exhibited more interestingly in 1988′s Akira.) But what it does … Continue reading
Since I finished my one year teaching gig at Azusa Pacific University, I had to turn in my beautiful MacBook Pro yesterday. It was such a sad day that I listened to Jeff Buckley’s “Last Goodbye” all day.