The Mauhaus Project
Note: this is a long letter written after a long hiatus so forgive me if it’s a grab bag of ideas. I will parcel them out in more coherent chunks in th…
The trickle before the flood
Back after a ten day break. This new avatar has weekly rather than daily updates - the topic is too weighty for a daily barrage. Human beings are hardw…
We are barely a few feet into Nagarjuna and Kant’s territories and the depth of their presentations is making my task harder. I am finding that these d…
Preparing the Truth
Nagarjuna and Kant in Parallel
A weekend bonus: I cleaned up the updates from last week, adding a few stray thoughts and front matter. It’s now an official project, ‘The Essence of t…
Video Version The Kantian Middle Way Ambition is often best achieved by accepting constraints. In fact, I am more impressive if I say I will climb Mt. …
Video Version Border Patrol In reading a two hundred and fifty year old author, however relevant, we have to learn to discern themes that were raging c…
The fairy tale begins
There’s a myth that with the European enlightenment, some humans matured into adults, abandoning both the fears and the dreams of childhood for the cer…